Basics of acupuncture
Basics of Acupuncture reviews the philosophy and theory of traditional Chinese medicine, including a detailed account of diagnosis, acupuncture points, and treatment. The book explains the scientific basis and current research of acupuncture and contains crisp illustrations.
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Introduction B Pomeranz
Background and Theory
Channels Organs and Points G Stux
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