- Author: 陈德成博士
- Publishing by: Trafford in 2009
- Version: 英文
- Pages: 266
- ISBN: 1-4251-6962-7
- Price: $ 58.90
The Clinical Application of Double-Point Acupuncture and Moxibustion Therapy
The book includes 150 kinds of diseases treated by double-point of acupuncture, which consists of an introduction, the double-point selected, detailed needle technique, treatment results, case analysis and discussion. offers a thorough description of the clinical application of double-point acupuncture and moxibustion. Double-point acupuncture and moxibustion therapy is defined by selecting two points during each acupuncture session to treat and prevent certain diseases. Double-point acupuncture and moxibustion therapy is noted for its fewer selected points, quick responses, and exceptional results. It is practiced with ease by acupuncturists and readily accepted by patients.
This book was been structured for the clinical application of acupuncture and consists of ten chapters, which are as follows: infectious diseases, parasitic infestations, internal medicine, surgical applications, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatric, ophthalmic, E.N.T. disorders, oral diseases, and dermatitis. Within these chapters are about 150 other kinds of common clinical presentations, including high fever, arrhythmia, hypertension, common cold, bronchitis, abdominal pain, neck pain, headache, sciatica, irregular menstruation, infertility, bronchial-asthma in children, infantile diarrhea, eczema, urticaria, stye, glaucoma, deafness, toothache, smoking cessation, and weight loss. All of the diseases are listed by their western medicine disease names and most are explained in both western medical and TCM theories. Every chapter of this book is consistent with each other in its simple and clear style and format. Each section consists of an introduction to the pathology, the two-points selected, detailed needle techniques, treatment efficacy, case studies, and discussion.
There is a special emphasis in this book on the acupuncture methods and needle techniques. When applying these treatments in practice, the practitioner should follow the instructions step by step and repeat the recommended methods and techniques each time. In the end, the practitioner and patient should notice the same results mentioned in the book.