Auriculotherapy - The Practitoners Gude
Auriculotherapy, Ear Acupuncture - The Practitioner's Guide stands alone as the first textbook in English to describe in detail, stage-by-stage, the protocols necessary to become proficient and achieve consistent clinical success with auriculotherpay.
It integrates the most important discoveries of Dr Paul Nogier (the man described by the Chinese as the Father of Modern Ear Acupuncture) with traditional aspects of Chinese Medicine, allowing practitioners to discover highly effective, functional approaches that are not generally taught in TCM colleges.
These approaches include detailed descriptions of how to identify active auricular points by sensing changes in the pulse and protocols to address blockages to healing. Understanding auricular point hierarchy (described in Chapter 16) allows practitioners to achieve powerful results with minimal needles. Integrating these modern discoveries with TCM creates a powerful synergy and affords a deeper understanding of the European patho-physiological system of auriculotherapy.
It provides an opportunity for practitioners to make auriculotherapy a first-line stand-alone treatment and/or incorporate highly functional aspects of ear acupuncture to support a TCM body treatment.
With over a 100 detailed charts and illustrations this 296-page book fills a long awaited demand. The text is supported with a number of interesting anecdotes of patient/practitioner experiences.
|Publication Date||1 Jan 2014|
|Number of Pages||300|
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