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Acupuncture and Moxibustion For Herpes Zoster

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Language: English
Page: 88
Publication Date: 07/2010
ISBN: 7117128445
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This book is part of an extensive clinical series for Chinese clinical practitioners. It includes detailed Chinese medical differentiation methods according to the traditional theories of TCM, and also a full description of the Western medical etiology and pathology. The clinician is provided with appropriate treatment methods including: acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, tuina and Chinese medicinal formulas as well as detailed clinical case studies and scientific research data.Acupuncture can treat herpes zoster by eliminating blisters and erythema and by preventing neuralgia. With acupuncture and moxibustion, the course of treatment can be shortened with no adverse side effects.

About Author
Professor Zhao Ji-ping graduated from the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and has worked in the Acupuncture and Moxibustion Department of the affiliated Dongzhimen hospital since July 1983. She was promoted to associate professor in 1993 and to full professor in 1999, presently acting as a supervisor for doctoral candidates. The State Administration of TCM includes her in their esteemed group of"Excellent Clinicians in TCM". Professor Zhao was appointed Director of Acupuncture and Moxibustion in 1997, as well as being the Executive Director and Vice Chair of the Chinese Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, and the Executive Director of the Beijing Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Zhao'has contributed to and edited ten other TCM books, has published over 40 academic papers and more than twenty research projects.
Her clinical approach emphasizes precise syndrome differentiation, and she personally advocates the concept of "treating the spirit" with acupuncture. Prof. Zhao believes that her greatest strength lies in the treatment of nervous system diseases and stubborn allergic conditions.

Wang Jun was born in 1976 in Shandong Province. He now serves as-an attending physician at the
Acupuncture and Moxibustion Department of the Dongzhimen hospital affiliated to Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). He serves as Secretary of the External Medicine branch of the Chinese Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. He has published 2 books and 12 academic papers, with current work focusing on clinical acupuncture and its mechanism of action.Contributors:
Wang Yan-ping,-Ph.D. TCM, Associate Professor, Acupuncture and Moxibustion College, Beijing University of TCM
Guo Sheng-nan, M.S. TCM, Acupuncture and Moxibustion College, Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Western Medical Perspective
Brief Description
Etiology and Pathology
Differential Diagnosis
Standard Medical Treatment
Advantages of Chinese Medicine

Chapter 2 Chinese Medical Perspectives
Brief Description
Etiology and Pathology
Differential Diagnosis

Chapter 3 Syndrome Differentiation
Syndrome Differentiation
Treatment.
Standard Acupuncture and Moxibustion Treatment
Related Therapies
Tuina Therapy
Chinese Medicinal Formulas
Additional Treatment Modalities: Simple
Prescriptions and Empirical Formulas
Case Studies

Chapter 5 Preventive Healthcare
Prevention and Early Diagnosis
Nursing and Early Recovery
Dietary Recommendations.
Emotional and Mental Health

Chapter 6 Clinical Experiences of Renowned Acupuncturists
Shi Xue-min - Acupuncture, Collateral
Bloodletting and Cupping
He Pu-ren - Fire Needling for Herpes Zoster

Chapter 7 Perspectives of Integrative Medicine
Challenges and Solutions
Insights from Empirical Wisdom
Summary

Chapter 8 Selected Quotes from Classical Texts

Chapter 9 Modern Research
Acupuncture Treatment For Herpes Zoster
Clinical Research
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An individual may experience cold, fever, and general feeling of malaise before the rash appears. The symptoms manifest as a mild fever, weakness and fatigue, poor appetite, as well as a burning feeling in the affected area or neuralgia. The affected area may become overly sensitive in response to even a gentle touch. In some cases, a rash can occur with no other presenting symptoms. In the early stages the main symptoms are skin rash and pain.
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