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Acupuncture and Acupressure Guide
Acupuncture and Acupressure Guide

Acupuncture and Acupressure Guide

by Satish Goel

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Language

English

Publisher

Diamond

ISBN

8171820255 - Year: 2005 - Pages: 218

Binding

Paperback

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Author: Satish Goel
Publisher: Diamond
Year: 2005
Language: English
Pages: 218
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171820255

Description

In the technique of acupressure the pressure should be applied directly over it and any massaging of the site should be achieved by rotating the finger over the site while maintaining the pressure unabatedly. Even the layman must have experienced relief by slightly rubbing or caressing the injured part. It is because of the mild pressure exerted against the acupuncture site in the region of the injury. By exerting pressure and imparting rotational massage over the principal sites after the first general rubbing, even more relief could be experienced.

The pressure may also very from person to person because the strength a person can persist also vary drastically. And one must be cautious in selecting these sites as they could be very sensitive points overlying the nerves. When a tingling feeling of electricity passes down the course of the nerve which has an acupuncture site, it gets stimulated and a beneficial result should be obtained.

Contents

ACUPRESSURE & ACUPUNCTURE: The Therapies Par Excellence

BOOK ONE: ACUPRESSURE THERAPY

The Principles of Acupressure Technique
The Pressure (Reflex) Points And Their Corresponding Body Organs
Acupressure and the Treatment of Our Body System
Glossary of Acupressure Terms

BOOK TWO: ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY

Acupuncture: A Miraculous Therapy
Acupuncture: Origin, History & Concept
Acupuncture Philosophy
The Governing Laws of Acupuncture Treatment
Qi, Organs, Meridians & Acupuncture Points
Formulation of The Treatment
The Acupuncture Needles
The Scientific Basis of Acupuncture Therapy
The Methods of Moxibustion, Cupping & Massage
Introduction of the Latest Technology in Acupuncture Treatment
Some Typical Case Histories
The Possible Dangers & Pit Falls in Acupuncture Treatment
Glossary of the Acupuncture Terms

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