Acupuncture: A Comprehensive Text
John O'Connor, Dan Bensky
Eastland Press, Jan 1, 1981 - Medical - 741 pages
Authoritative work. Descriptions of more than 1,000 acupuncture points, discussion of techniques etc. 741 p. B/W illus.
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A Summary of Channel Theory
Root and Branch Origin and End and Path of Qi
The Eight Miscellaneous and Twelve Divergent Channels
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abdomen acupuncture Points Anatomy artery and vein B-23 Shenshu B-54 Weizhong Barefoot Doctor body branch chest Chinese medicine chronic Classical combinations CNLAM Co-12 Zhongwan Co-3 Zhongji Co-4 Guanyuan Co-6 Qihai Connecting channels constitute one course cutaneous deep position Deficient diseases distension and soreness electro-acupuncture Excess Gall Bladder GB-20 Fengchi GB-34 Yanglingquan GCAM Guanyuan Gv-14 Dazhui headache Heat Illustrative combinations Inject intercostal Intestine channel Kidney Large Intestine LI-11 Quchi Li-3 Taichong LI-4 Hegu Liver Location low back pain lower limb lumbar lumbar vertebra Lung medial Method Slanted insertion Method Straight insertion moxa moxibustion Muscle channels Needling method Straight nerve Organs P-6 Neiguan paralysis patient Pericardium posterior prescriptions Primary channels Qi and Blood S-36 Zusanli sciatica skin Small Intestine Source Sp-6 Sanyinjiao spinous process Spleen strong stimulation Subcortex Supplementary points Taichong therapy thoracic vertebra tinnitus tissues Traditional functions Traditional indications Traditional Medicine treatments constitute Triple Burner units lateral Weishu