Ear Acupuncture: A Precise Pocket Atlas Based on the Works of Nogier/Bahr

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Thieme, Jan 12, 2011 - Medical - 440 pages
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Praise for the First Edition:This book is an excellent reference for acupuncturists...The illustrations are clear and anatomically precise.--acupuncture.comWritten by one of the world's leading experts on Western auriculotherapy, Ear Acupuncture -- now in a fully updated Second Edition -- provides readers with succinct descriptions of acupuncture points and practical advice on how to incorporate ear acupuncture treatment strategies and techniques into daily practice.Based on the work of auriculotherapy masters Nogier and Bahr, each practical two-page unit is comprised of concise text on the left-hand side supplemented by clearly labeled line drawings on the right. Localization points indicated in color depict each specific reflex zone. In cases where localization is particularly difficult, helpful enlargements of the region in question allow for easy identification.Features
  • 360 high-quality drawings demonstrate key points and treatment options
  • Detailed coverage of nine new points, including the anger point, shen men point, super omega point, and more
  • Numerous cross-referenced indications tables allow quick access to needed information
  • This user-friendly guide is the ideal choice for students or teachers of acupuncture and pain management or for anyone involved in the practice of complementary medicine.
     

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    Contents

    Entire Vertebral Column
    2-1
    Structures of the Vertebral Column
    2-2
    Cervical Spine
    2-4
    Lumbar Spine
    2-6
    C7T1
    2-8
    L5S1 Lumbosacral Transition
    2-9
    Sacral Spine
    2-11
    ThoraxOverview
    2-12
    Hormone and Metabolic PointsOverview
    5-73
    Progesterone Point
    5-75
    Gonadotropin Point
    5-76
    ACTH Point
    6-1
    TSH Point
    6-2
    Prolactin Point
    6-4
    Endocrine Parathyroid Gland Point
    6-5
    Thyroid Gland Point
    6-7

    Sternum
    2-14
    Clavicle
    2-15
    Trunk Muscles
    2-16
    PelvisOverview
    2-17
    Pubic Bone
    2-18
    Sacroiliac Joint
    2-19
    Perineum
    2-20
    Entire Lower Limb
    2-22
    Knee Joint
    2-24
    Buttock
    2-26
    Lower Leg
    2-28
    Foot
    2-29
    Heel
    2-30
    Achilles Tendon
    2-31
    Toes
    2-32
    Upper LimbOverview
    2-33
    Large JointsOverview
    2-35
    Acromioclavicular Joint
    2-36
    Wrist
    2-38
    Upper Arm
    2-39
    Forearm
    2-40
    Finger
    2-41
    Metacarpophalangeal Joint of Thumb
    2-42
    Carpometacarpal Joint of Thumb
    2-43
    Internal OrgansOverview
    2-45
    Heart
    2-46
    Blood Vessels
    3-1
    Respiratory SystemOverview
    3-3
    Lung
    3-4
    Bronchi
    3-5
    Trachea
    3-6
    Throat Pharynx
    3-7
    Gastrointestinal SystemOverview
    3-8
    Esophagus
    3-9
    Stomach
    3-10
    Duodenum
    3-11
    JejunumIleum Small Intestine
    3-12
    Colon Large Intestine
    3-13
    Appendix
    3-14
    Rectum
    3-14
    Anus
    3-16
    Gall Bladder
    3-18
    Spleen
    3-20
    Tonsils
    3-21
    Lymph Nodes
    3-22
    Urogenital SystemOverview
    3-24
    Ureter
    3-26
    Urinary Bladder
    3-27
    Urethra
    3-28
    Uterus
    3-29
    OvaryTestis
    3-30
    Vagina
    3-31
    ProstateFallopian Tube
    3-32
    Endocrine SystemOverview
    3-34
    Thyroid Gland
    3-35
    Parathyroid Gland
    3-37
    Thymus Gland
    3-38
    Pancreas
    3-40
    Adrenal Gland Cortisone Point
    3-41
    HeadOverview
    3-44
    Temporomandibular Joint
    4-1
    Upper and Lower Jaws Teeth
    4-3
    Lips
    4-4
    Oral Cavity Tongue
    4-5
    Tonsils
    4-6
    Throat Pharynx
    4-7
    Eye
    4-8
    Nose
    4-9
    Paranasal Sinuses
    4-10
    Ear
    4-11
    Facial Muscles
    4-12
    Parotid Gland
    4-13
    Occipital Trigger Points
    4-14
    Central Nervous SystemOverview
    4-16
    Cerebral LobesOverview
    4-18
    Frontal Lobe
    5-1
    Parietal Lobe
    5-3
    Temporal Lobe
    5-4
    Auditory Line
    5-5
    Occipital Lobe
    5-7
    Thalamus
    5-9
    Hypothalamus
    5-10
    Pituitary Gland
    5-12
    Pituitary Gland Points
    5-14
    Limbic System
    5-17
    Cerebellum
    5-18
    Brain Stem
    5-20
    Reticular Formation
    5-22
    Spinal Cord
    5-24
    Cranial NervesOverview
    5-25
    Olfactory Nerve CN I
    5-27
    Oculomotor Nerve CN III
    5-29
    Trochlear Nerve CN IV
    5-30
    Trigeminal Nerve CN V
    5-32
    Abducens Nerve CN VI
    5-33
    Facial Nerve CN VII
    5-35
    Vestibulocochlear Nerve CN VIII
    5-36
    Glossopharyngeal Nerve CN IX
    5-38
    Vagus Nerve CN X
    5-39
    Accessory Nerve CN XI
    5-41
    Hypoglossal Nerve CN XII
    5-42
    Autonomic Nervous SystemOverview
    5-43
    Sympathetic Nervous SystemOverview
    5-45
    Parasympathetic Nervous SystemOverview
    5-47
    Sympathetic Nuclei of Origin Preganglionic Sympathetic Nerves
    5-49
    Sympathetic Trunk Paravertebral Chain of Sympathetic Ganglia Postganglionic Sympathetic Nerves
    5-50
    Superior Cervical Ganglion
    5-52
    Middle Cervical Ganglion
    5-53
    Inferior Cervical Ganglion Stellate Ganglion
    5-54
    Nervous Organ Points
    5-56
    Parasympathetic Nuclei of Origin
    5-57
    Prevertebral GanglionsOverview
    5-58
    Bronchopulmonary Plexus
    5-60
    Cardiac Plexus
    5-61
    Celiac Plexus Solar Plexus
    5-63
    Superior Mesenteric Plexus
    5-64
    Inferior Mesenteric Plexus
    5-65
    Hypogastric Plexus
    5-67
    Peripheral Nervous System
    5-68
    Functional PointsOverview
    5-71
    Thymus Gland Point
    6-8
    Endocrine Pancreas Point Insulin Point
    6-10
    Adrenal Gland Point Cortisone Point
    6-11
    Histamine Point Allergy Point 1
    6-12
    Prostaglandin E1 Point PGE1 Point
    6-13
    Prostaglandin E2 Point PGE2 Point
    6-14
    Interferon Point
    6-14
    ReninAngiotensin Point
    6-15
    Beta1Receptor Point BetaBlocker Point According to Bahr
    6-16
    Beta2Receptor Point BetaMimetic Point According to Bahr
    6-18
    Diazepam Analogue Point Valium Point According to Bahr
    6-19
    Barbiturate Analogue Point
    6-19
    Caffeine Analogue Point
    6-21
    Nervous Organ PointsOverview
    6-22
    Anger Point Syn Nervous Liver Point
    6-22
    Psychotropic PointsOverview
    6-22
    Master Omega Point Bromazepam Analogue Point
    6-23
    Omega Point I
    6-25
    Omega Point II
    6-26
    Depression Point
    6-28
    Anxiety Point
    6-29
    Worry Point
    6-30
    Anger Point
    6-30
    Nicotine Analogue Point According to Bahr
    6-31
    Aggression Point
    6-32
    Bridging Point According to Bahr
    6-32
    Frustration Point
    6-34
    Thalamus Point
    6-36
    Laterality Point According to Bahr
    6-38
    Shen Men Point
    6-40
    Pain Memory Points According to Bahr
    6-41
    Cardinal PointsOverview
    6-42
    Prostaglandin E1 Point PGE1 PointCorresponds to Cardinal Point GB41 of Body Acupuncture
    6-43
    Thymus Gland PointCorresponds to Cardinal Point TB5 of Body Acupuncture
    6-44
    Lung ZoneCorresponds to Cardinal Point LU7 of Body Acupuncture
    6-44
    Diazepam Analogue Point Valium Point According to Bahr Corresponds to Cardinal Point KI6 of Body Acupuncture
    6-44
    Stellate Ganglion PointCorresponds to Cardinal Point PC6 of Body Acupuncture
    6-45
    Interferon PointCorresponds to Cardinal Point SP4 of Body Acupuncture
    6-47
    RetroCeliac Plexus Point RetroSolar Plexus Point RetroPoint ZeroCorresponds to Cardinal Point SI3 of Body Acupuncture
    6-48
    Pineal Gland PointCorresponds to Cardinal Point BL62 of Body Acupuncture
    6-50
    Master Point of Oscillation According to Bahr
    6-50
    Master Point of Regulation According to Bahr
    6-50
    Super Omega Point According to Bahr
    6-51
    Point Zero
    6-52
    Point GV4
    6-53
    Focus Indicator Points According to BahrOverview
    6-54
    Histamine Point Allergy Point 1
    6-54
    Cyclophosphamide Analogue Point Endoxan Point According to Bahr Allergy Point 2
    6-56
    Prostaglandin E1 Point PGE1 Point
    6-57
    Vitamin C Point
    6-58
    Laterality Point According to Bahr
    6-59
    Tissue Layer Control PointsOverview
    6-60
    Indicator Points for Vitamins According to BahrOverview
    6-62
    Important Silver Points on the Dominant Ear
    6-64
    ZoneDominating PointsOverview
    6-66
    Points Dominating Zone A ZA Points
    6-66
    Points Dominating Zone B ZB Points
    6-66
    Points Dominating Zone C ZC Points
    6-68
    Points Dominating Zone E ZE Points
    6-70
    Points Dominating Zone F ZF Points
    6-71
    Points Dominating Zone G ZG Points
    6-73
    Auxiliary Lines of Ear Acupuncture
    6-75
    Omega Points
    6-77
    Hormone Points
    7-1
    Cortisone Point ACTH Point
    7-2
    Thymus Gland Point Interferon Point Laterality Point
    7-4
    Spleen Point Diazepam Analogue Point
    7-5
    Depression Point Tonsil Point TMJ Point
    7-6
    Trigeminal Nerve
    7-7
    First Rib Point
    7-9
    First Rib Point Stellate Ganglion Point
    7-10
    Beta1Receptor Point
    7-11
    Endocrine Thyroid Gland Point
    7-12
    Diazepam Analogue Point
    7-13
    Phosphate Analogue Point
    7-14
    Nicotine Analogue Point Pineal Gland Point
    7-15
    Frustration Point
    7-16
    Interferon Point
    7-17
    Nose Point
    7-17
    Aggression Point
    7-19
    ACTH Point
    7-19
    Points of the Pituitary Gland Zone
    7-20
    Gonadotropin Point
    7-21
    Points of the Hip Joint Knee Joint Ankle Joint
    7-23
    Wrist Point Knee Joint Point
    7-24
    Points of the Shoulder Joint Elbow Joint Wrist
    7-25
    Kidney Point
    7-26
    Laterality Point
    7-27
    Cyclophosphamide Analogue Point Allergy Point 2
    7-28
    Histamine Point Allergy Point 1 Vitamin C Point
    7-29
    Meridians on the Ear
    7-31
    Lung Meridian
    7-33
    Stomach Meridian
    8-1
    Spleen Meridian
    8-2
    Heart Meridian
    8-4
    Small Intestine Meridian
    8-5
    Bladder Meridian
    8-6
    Kidney Meridian
    8-7
    Pericardium Meridian
    8-7
    Triple Burner Meridian
    8-8
    Gall Bladder Meridian
    8-10
    Conception Vessel Ren Mai
    8-12
    Governor Vessel Du Mai
    9
    Disorders of the Locomotor System
    14
    Headaches and Facial Pain
    41
    Allergic Disorders
    51
    Respiratory Disorders
    56
    Gastrointestinal Disorders
    59
    Inflammatory and Functional Intestinal Disorders
    61
    Cardiovascular Diseases
    63
    Disorders of the Urogenital System
    68
    Hormonal Disorders
    71
    Autonomic Symptoms
    75
    Mental Health Disorders
    79
    Addictions
    82
    Permanent Needles
    87
    Ear Topography
    89
    Indications
    118
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