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Clinical Acupuncture - With Colored Acupunture Charts

by Anton Jayasuriya

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B Jain Pub.


9788131902677 - Year: 2012 - Pages: 1046



Anton Jayasuriya
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Author: Anton Jayasuriya
Publisher: B Jain Pub.
Year: 2012
Language: English
Pages: 1046
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788131902677


Years of clinical practice has positively identified that acupuncture has a definite place in the health care of all people of the world, both in the east and west, and it can be integrated successful with modern medical practice.

In properly trained hands it is inexpensive, harmless-but essentially effective over a large range of common disorders, and can be used, together with modern diagnostic methods, to help reduce the increasing upsurge of side effects (some serious) produced by so many of our potent modern chemotherapeutic agents.

This new edition of Clinical Acupuncture, now translated to five languages, again flowing from the voluminous and seemingly never ending pen of Professor Anton Jayasuriya, is a further meaningful step in keeping students of this ancient art up to date with clear, concise information which should help them develop, with time, as well-qualified acupuncturist. In doing so, Professor Jayasuriya is making available to the world at large valuable material for the benefit of the whole of mankind.


A Brief History
Modern Scientific Views
Materials and Techniques
Anatomy of Acupuncture
The System of Channels and Collaterals
Lung Channel (Lu)
Large Intestine Chennel (LI)
Stomach Channel (St)
Spleen Channel (Sp)
Heart Channel (H)
Small Intestine
Channel (S I)
Urinary Bladder
Channel (U B)
Kidney Channel (K)
Pericardium Channel (P)
Sanjiao Channel (S J)
Gall Bladder Channel (G B)
Liver Channel (Liv)
Du Channel (Du)
Ren Channel (Ren)
The Extraordinary Points (EX)
The Un-numbered Extraordinary Points (U Ex)
Philosophical Concepts
Traditional Chinese Diagnosis
The Circulation of Vital Energy (Qi)
The Principles of Acupuncture Point Selection
Stematic Therapy
Diseases of the Nervous System
Respiratory Disorders
Cardiovascular Disorders
Blood Disorders
Disorders of the Gastrointestinal System
Hepatic, Biliary, Splenic and Pancreatic disorders
Genitourinary Disorders
Disorders of Women
Locomotor disorders-Diseases of Soft Tissues, Muscles, Bones and Joints
Skin Disorders
Ear Disorders
Ear Disorders
Eye Disorders
Endocrine Disorders
Psychiaric Disorders
Disorders of Children
Acute Discorders
Traditional Chinese Therapeutics
The Ancillary Techniques Of Acupuncture
Acupuncture Analgesia in Childbirth
Prognosis of Diseases with Acupuncture
Scalp Acupuncture
Locations of All Acupuncture Pointe of the 14 Channels
Glossary of Common Terms used in Acupuncture Practice
Appendix on Complications
Tai Yun-The Great 60 Year Chinese Calender
Some Common Western Medical (Allopathic ) Disorders with their Traditional Chinese and Homoeopathic Equivalents
The Chinese Language
Some Common Ideograms and their Meanings
Correspondense of the 5 Elements
Health Care/ Medicine

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