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AuthorStux, Gabriel. author
TitleBasics of Acupuncture [electronic resource] / by Gabriel Stux, Bruce Pomeranz
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 1998
Edition Fourth, Revised Edition
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-51433-3
Descript XIV, 324 p. 64 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

In 1987, our first book Acupuncture: Textbook and Atlas received rave reviews (e.g., in New England Journal of Medicine). This prompted us to write this smaller, affordable version in order to reach a wider audience. The smaller format has been so successful that we are now into our fourth revised edition. This has given us the opportunity to update and improve the book. For example, nuยญ merous new references to scientific advances have been added. Also the section on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) was adยญ ded because it gives a more complete picture of the current pracยญ tice of acupuncture. Acupuncture has come a long way since our first book in 1987. There has been a surge of interest in treating drug addictions by ear acupuncture in 450 centers world wide. The treatment of nauยญ sea and vomiting has been so well tested (scientifically) that the FDA (USA) is considering making this the major indication for acupuncture in America. Research into its efficacy for neurologiยญ cal and pulmonary diseases is also gaining credibility. No longer is chronic pain the only scientifically acceptable use for acupuncture (based on the endorphin mechanism)


CONTENT

1 Introduction -- 2 Scientific Basis of Acupuncture -- 3 Background and Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine -- 4 Channels, Organs, and Points -- 5 Technique of Acupuncture -- 6 Acupuncture Treatment -- 7 Electroacnpuncture and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation -- 8 Traditional Chinese Syndromes: The Diagnosis of Chinese Medicine -- 9 Additional Methods of Treatment -- Appendixes A-D (G.Stux) -- A. World Health Organization List of Indications for Acupuncture -- B. Nomenclature and Abbreviations for Channels and Points -- C. Glossary of Chinese Terms -- D. Alphabetic List of Chinese Point Names


Medicine Anesthesiology Chiropractic Acupuncture General practice (Medicine) Pain medicine Medicine & Public Health Acupuncture Pain Medicine General Practice / Family Medicine Chiropractic Medicine Anesthesiology



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