English for Acupuncture and Moxibustion

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  • Language: English
  • Format: 25.8 x 18 x 2.4 cm
  • Page: 400
  • Publication Date: 10/2015
  • ISBN: 9787519203696, 7519203697
  • Publisher: World Publishing Corporation
Table of Contents
Unit 1 Introduction
Text A Huang Di Nei Jing and Acupuncture & Moxibustion
Text B A Brief History of Acupuncture
Supplementary Reading Doctors support acupuncture
Unit 2 Meridians
Text A Part Ⅰ The Channels and Collaterals
Part Ⅱ The Conception Vessel and the Governing Vessel
Text B Practical Application
Supplementary Reading An approach to understanding the channel divergences
Unit 3 Points
Text A Rules for Selecting Points
Text B Energy—balancing Points
Supplementary Reading Effect of acupuncture depth on muscle pain
Uriit 4 The Eight Extra Meridians
Text A The Eight Extraordinary Channels (Qi Jing Ba Mai) Trajectory,Symptomatology and Treatment
Text B The Eight Extraordinary Vessels
Supplementary Reading An Introduction to Li Shi—Zhen's Exposition on the Eight Extraordinary Vessels
Unit s Needling Methods
Text A Principles of Acupuncture Treatment
Text B Technique of Acupuncture
Supplementary Reading New Method of Acupuncture Needling
Unit 6 Methods of Moxibustion
Text A A Brief Introduction to Moxibustion and Cupping
Text B Moxibustion: Classification and Application
Supplementary Reading Halt Allergies with Moxibustion Therapy
Unit 7 Diacgnosis and Treatment of Internal Medicine
Text A Acupuncture in primary headache treatment
Text B Abdominal Pain
Supplementary Reading Intense Acupuncture Benefits Bell's Palsy
Unit 8 Diagnosis&Treatment of Gynecology&Pediatrics
Text A The Treatment of Breast Pain with Acupuncture
Text B The Treatment of Children's Pain in the Entire Body with Acupuncture
Supplementary Reading Acupuncture for Menopausal Problems
Unit 9 Diagnosis&Treatmet of Traumatic Injury&Dermatology
Text A Clinical Practice Guideline of Acupuncture for Herpes Zoster (Ⅰ)
Text B Clinical Practice Guideline of Acupuncture for Herpes Zoster (Ⅱ)
Supplementary Reading Impact of Acupunctre on Medicine in the United States
Unit 10 Diagnosis&Treatmet of E.N.T.
Text A Tinnitus
Text B Allergic Rhinitis
Supplementary Reading Acupuncture for glaucoma
Key to Exevcises
Appendix 1—3
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The Organ Affects the Meridian and the Meridian Affects the Organ
10 The meridians are,as it were, the threads linking the various phenomena observable inacupuncture both in diagnosis and treatment.
11 A patient may have a disease of the heart.Amongst other things, this is usuallyaccompanied by pain down the inside of the arm roughly along the course of the heartmeridian.There may also be pain going up the throat to the eye, or over the chest to themiddle of the abdomen, these pains following the course of the branches of the main heartmeridian or of the muscle or connecting or divergent heart meridian.If an acupuncture point on the heart meridian is stimulated in this type of case, the disease of the heart(provided it is the type of cardiac disease treatable by acupuncture) will be cured, or atleast ameliorated.
12 These events may be reversed in a patient who has sprained or fractured his wrist in sucha way as to produce a particularly tender place over the meridian of the heart.Withouthaving had any previous cardiac symptoms, he may suddenly develop palpitations or afeeling of constriction in his chest or a difficulty in breathing after exertion.This patient,too, may be cured by the stimulation of an acupuncture point on the meridian of the heart,using the meridian either on both sides, or on the same side as the injury, or preferablyonly the opposite side.
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