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Each of these books is one we consider especially valuable in the study and practice of Chinese medicine and related activities. Wherever possible we include contents pages, reviews and sample text.
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This DVD program demonstrates a wide range of acupuncture techniques. As a basic video covering virtually all the major acupuncture methods, this video is not only an essential foundation for any student, but also an important teaching tool for advanced practitioners.
This DVD program demonstrates a wide range of supplementary acupuncture needling techniques, such as the use of three-edged needles, cutaneous needles, intradermal needles, electro-acupuncture and point injection therapy.
Set of four acupuncture charts each measuring 53.0cm x 112.0cm, depicting the anterior, posterior and lateral aspects of the human body. Smaller illustrations show the points and channels on the top of the head, ear and under the foot.
Made of high quality heavy bond paper in full colour. Alphanumeric and Chinese names are both presented.
A student and practitioner-level practical text on the use of trigger point needling for the relief of musculoskeletal pain.
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Comparing the medical systems of China, India and the West - both mainstream and alternative - Roberta Bivins shows how medical expertise has migrated from one culture to another. From acupuncture in Regency England to homoeopathy in the 'Wild West', Bivins unearths the roots of today's distinctions between alternative, complementary and orthodox medicine, and shows how popular interest in medical alternatives - often of exotic origin - is a phenomenon with a long and fascinating pedigree.
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The Qi jing ba mai kao is among the most remarkable of texts in the Chinese medical literature. Bringing together writings on acupuncture, herbal medicine and internal cultivation (nei dan), it argues that aspiring adepts and physicians alike must understand the full scope of the extraordinary vessels.
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The medicinals are categorised according to the alphabetical order of herbs' pinyin names