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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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Based on the author’s 50 years of clinical experience in treating autoimmune disease patients, this book highlights the many advantages of integrating Chinese medicine into the management of these generally chronic and often distressing conditions.
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Full colour acupuncture wall chart, including 12 regular channels and the Ren and Du vessels and their points. Extra points and a small auricular point illustration are also included. Alphanumeric designations and traditional Chinese characters are both presented. The three charts depict anterior, posterior, and lateral views. These are ideal for study or clinic decoration.
Set of 3 charts.
This three page scalp acupuncture chart includes eighteen full colour illustrations and depicts locations of both the Chinese national standard scalp lines as well as Dr. Jiao Shun-fa’s scalp lines. Illustrations include scalp lines overlaid on scalp surface anatomy and over corresponding motor and sensory regions of the brain. Additional images display regional brain anatomy. Major arteries, nerves, correct and incorrect angle of needle insertion, and anatomical layers of the scalp are also shown. Includes: English, alphanumeric codes, and traditional Chinese characters. Ideal for clinical reference or student study guide.
Set of 3 charts.
This full colour acupuncture wall chart describes 12 regular channels, the Ren and Du vessels and their points, as well as standard extra points. Alphanumeric designations and traditional Chinese characters are both presented. Three charts depict anterior, posterior, lateral views, and are identical to PMPH’s Acupuncture Point Wall Chart. The fourth and fifth charts are entirely devoted to Microsystems: scalp, foot, face, ear, and wrist and ankle.
Set of 5 charts.