"Shudo writes in a very humane and open style, which is a pleasure to read. The book is an intimate and friendly read, as if he is there with you, chatting away. ... This book is his legacy, and is a magnificent contribution to our understanding of acupuncture and the nature of point location."
—Journal of Chinese Medicine
"Shudo Denmei has done it again! He has written a book that is easy to read, easy to understand, packed full of information, and clinically invaluable . . . His work has been, and continues to be, seminal. His clarity, honesty, and openness are refreshing and invigorating."
—Stephen Birch, Foreword
Chapter 1: Acupuncture Points and Palpation
How Were Acupuncture Points Discovered?
What are Acupuncture Points?
How to Find Active Acupuncture Points
Chapter 2: The Acupuncture Points I Use
How to Use This Point Location Guide
Points on the Cranium
Points on the Neck and Shoulders
Points on the Back and Hip
Points on the Chest and Abdomen
Points on the Hand and Arm
Points on the Leg and Foot
Chapter 3: Effectively Treating Acupuncture Points
My Approach to Treatment
Needles and Techniques
The Arrival of Qi
|Author||Shudo Denmei, translated by Stephen Brown|
|Number Of Pages||274|