Acupuncture and Tuina for Hyperactive Children

Elisa Rossi

This article discusses the Chinese medical treatment of ‘hyperactive’, ‘hyperkinetic’ or ‘inattentive’ children, who may have been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The pathogenesis, main patterns and treatment of the condition are explained, and illustrated with case studies taken from an ongoing pilot study at the Xiaoxiao children’s centre in Milan, Italy.

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AuthorElisa Rossi

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