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Acupuncture in general practice, a radical view

Nicola Robinson

Acupuncture in general practice, a radical view

by Nicola Robinson

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Published by East Asia Co. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Nicola Robinson and Monty Berman.
ContributionsBerman, Monty.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 69p. ;
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21374823M
ISBN 100906188350
OCLC/WorldCa60010976

Acupuncture is an increasingly popular complementary therapy. Acupuncture research, however, leaves uncertainty as to its effectiveness and raises question about what traditional acupuncture (TA) is. This thesis aims to examine what acupuncture is, by using the Theory of Change (ToC) as a novel approach to elucidate the pathways for change. Diamond Mind Acupuncture provides fast and effective relief for a variety of pain and injury, psycho emotional health, pregnancy, and addiction concerns. An overall wellness approach is used to bring the body and mind back to health and happiness.

The work of the Board has been helping the acupuncture profession to move purposefully towards a sophisticated framework of educational practice that is marked by the same holistic world view as the practice of acupuncture itself. In the main acupuncture traditions, holism is the starting point for all theory and for all practice. to speak of Acupuncture Treatment Areas (ATAs), a theory-neutral term. ATAs An ATA is a site anywhere in the body where an acupuncture needle can be inserted to influence symptoms. • ATAs may or may not be tender. Thus the definition includes TPs but is wider in scope. The illustrations in this book are mainly of ATAs, although where they are.

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Written by THE leading lights in the field of integrating acupuncture into a Western medical system, this book bridges the gap between the theoretical foundations of acupuncture and its application in a modern Western clinical context/5(3).

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Acupuncture Patterns & Practice is a practical, clinically oriented exposition of traditional Chinese diagnosis and acupuncture therapy. The book consists of nine series of cases, each devoted to a type of disorder that is commonly seen in the acupuncture clinic: common cold, cough, dizziness, headache, lower back pain, painful obstruction (bi), wind-stroke, insomnia/5(9).

How Does Acupuncture Work. Points, Benefits & Needles. Acupuncture is now widely used in both private and National Health Service (NHS) settings, 2. Based on Taoist philosophy, it is part of the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and involves the stimulation of specific points on the skin, usually by the insertion of by: 6.

Forty-four states and the District of Columbia regulated acupuncture practice by law at the time of data collection. Acupuncture continues to be a quickly growing profession in the U.S. View. It will also lead to a better understanding of acupuncture mechanisms in order to optimize its clinical efficacy for a range of diseases and syndromes.

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with unrivaled selection, unbeatable prices, and unmatched service. Acupuncture is growing in popularity world-wide. Acupuncture and related techniques are useful tools for treating a spectrum of diseases.

However, there are still many areas of controversy connected to it due to the fact that mechanisms of action of acupuncture are not entirely clear. Another debilitating element is the absence of a convincing model of sham acupuncture for a control group in Cited by: 2.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Although acupuncture theory is a fundamental part of the Huangdi Neijing, the clinical application of the needle therapy in ancient China was always a limited one.

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This gave rise to a flood of letters to the British Journal of General Practice 16 and much criticism on the Internet. From the intellectual point of view, it would be interesting to know whether the small difference between real and sham acupuncture found in some recent studies is a genuine effect of acupuncture or whether it is a result.

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to practice acupuncture and which method to use will depend on the practitioner's theoretical assumptions, in traditional acupuncture needles are inserted into the body in accordance with the TCM framework (1, 5).

Neoclassical acupuncture refers to a variety of methods that have arisen over the last few decades. Trigger.Acupuncture is a component of the health care system of China that can be traced back at least 2, years.

The general theory of acupuncture is based on the premise that there are patterns of energy flow (Qi) through the body that are essential for health.

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