Master Tung Acupuncture Book Acupuncture Book

Master Tung Acupuncture Book  Acupuncture Book
Author: Calvin Chien
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 158
Release: 2019-08-29
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 0578415984

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For the first time Calvin has published his Clinical Acupuncture Case Study book in English for clinicians and acupuncture students, 30 YEARS OF CLINICAL STUDIES This book is absolutely beautiful. It's easy for the beginner to read, understand, and follow.....the PERFECT pictorial atlas of acupuncture points. Not only has a description of each acu-point, but also has 3 different illustrations: graphic, overview of channels, and a photograph showing the acupuncture needle in position. I cannot say enough about this book." Chien AcupunctureAs a 3rd generation acupuncturist Calvin Chien has a lifetime of knowledge he utilyzes in his acupuncture clinic daily. Chien's Acupuncture Clinic in Colorado Springs, CO continues to treat a variety of health concerns using traditional Chinese Medicine techniques including acupuncture, cupping, and herbal treatments.Calvin Chien diagnoses and treats his patients who suffer from numerous health concerns including chronic pain and the only practitioner and master in the fine art of "Master Tung's Acupuncture" in Colorado. Provided patients with the highest level of care since opening his own practice in 1997.Master Tung's Points are fondly referred to as 'magic' because in most cases, these points deliver instant and lasting results. Less needling and long lasting results are not only preferable but also more effective. Since 2003 Calvin continues to teach at Master Tung's Acupuncture Association in TaiwanSpecial Instructor to Team USA Olympic medical staff, Colorado Springs, COTeam acupuncturist to MLB Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles, CA Awards & Acknowledgements Authored three different books - "Clinical Acupuncture Case Study" that were published in Taiwan*USA patent holder and inventor of the acupuncture device, Bio-Acueye Mechanic, in 2000

Social Acupuncture

Social Acupuncture
Author: Darren O'Donnell
Publsiher: Coach House Books
Total Pages: 168
Release: 2006
Genre: Drama
ISBN: 1552451704

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College and Lansdowne in Toronto? That's where I live. Honestly, I don't really like it. At Lansdowne you have the first evidence of suburbia; I live above a small proto-stripmall which houses a Harvey's, a Domino's Pizza and a 7-11. I buy cream and newspapers at the 7-11, the occasional veggie burger at Harvey's and the very very occasional pizza from Domino's. For some reason, pizza just doesn't hold the thrill it used to. Nothing does. Theatre doesn't have much relevance anymore. Or so acclaimed playwright Darren O'Donnell tells us. The dynamics of unplanned social interaction, he says, are far more compelling than any play he could produce. So his latest show, A Suicide-Site Guide to the City , isn't really a show; it's an interactive chitchat about memory, about depression, about 9/11. And it's hilarious. O'Donnell's artistic practice has evolved into 'something as close to hanging out as you can come and still charge admission.' With his theatre company, Mammalian Diving Reflex, O'Donnell has generated a series of ongoing events that induce interactions between strangers in public; the Talking Creature, Q&A, Home Tours, the Toronto Strategy Meetings and Diplomatic Immunities bring people together in odd configurations, ask revealing questions and prove the generosity, abundance and power of the social sphere. Social Acupuncture includes the full text of A Suicide-Site Guide to the City and an extensive essay on the waning significance of theatre and the notion of civic engagement and social interaction as an aesthetic. 'No other playwright working in Toronto right now has O'Donnell's talent for synthesizing psychosocial, artistic and political random thoughts and reflections into compelling analyses ... The world (not to mention the theatre world) could use more of this, if only to get us talking and debating.' - The Globe and Mail

Acupuncture in Manual Therapy

Acupuncture in Manual Therapy
Author: Jennie Longbottom
Publsiher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2010-04-30
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9780702049187

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Acupuncture in Manual Therapy is a comprehensive overview of manual therapy interventions combined with acupuncture management of musculoskeletal disorders covering all major joints of the body. The book is intended to offer physiotherapists and students of acupuncture a clinical reasoning model, whilst supporting suggested interventions with the relevant evidence base in order to alleviate pain, restore function and facilitate rehabilitation within musculoskeletal management. It places an emphasis on the neurophysiological processes of pain management stressing the importance of using the correct intervention for the relevant presenting pain mechanism. Each chapter discusses suggested manual intervention, acupuncture evidence and physiological processes underpinning this combined approach to musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction including meridian acupuncture, auricular acupuncture, electroacupuncture, tens and trigger point acupuncture as a means of addressing the varying pain patterns presented within musculoskeletal rehabilitation. This book provides knowledge from distinctive and prominent contributors from the world of manual therapy and acupuncture whilst this expertise is further supported by the provision of student case studies to offer support and enhance learning.

Urban Acupuncture

Urban Acupuncture
Author: Jaime Lerner
Publsiher: Island Press
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2016-02-02
Genre: Architecture
ISBN: 1610917278

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During his three terms as mayor of Curitiba, Brazil in the 1970s and ‘80s, architect and urbanist Jaime Lerner transformed his city into a global model of the sustainable and livable community. From the pioneering Bus Rapid Transit system to parks designed to catch runoff and reduce flooding, and the creation of pedestrian-only zones, Lerner has been the driving force behind a host of innovative urban projects. In more than forty years of work in cities around the globe, Lerner has found that changes to a community don’t need to be large-scale and expensive to have a transformative impact—in fact, one block, park, or a single person can have an outsized effect on life in the surrounding city. In Urban Acupuncture, Lerner celebrates these “pinpricks” of urbanism—projects, people, and initiatives from around the world that ripple through their communities to uplift city life. With meditative and descriptive prose, Lerner brings readers around the world to streets and neighborhoods where urban acupuncture has been practiced best, from the bustling La Boqueria market in Barcelona to the revitalization of the Cheonggyecheon River in Seoul, South Korea. Through this journey, Lerner invites us to re-examine the true building blocks of vibrant communities—the tree-lined avenues, night vendors, and songs and traditions that connect us to our cities and to one another. Urban Acupuncture is the first of Jaime Lerner’s visionary work to be published in English. It is a love letter to the elements that make a street hum with life or a neighborhood feel like home, penned by one of the world’s most successful advocates for sustainable and livable urbanism.

Acupuncture Research

Acupuncture Research
Author: Hugh MacPherson,Richard Hammerschlag,George Thomas Lewith,Rosa N. Schnyer
Publsiher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2007-10-12
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9780443100291

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This is the first book to set out a full range of research strategies for evaluating the clinical practice of acupuncture. Leading acupuncturists and researchers with international reputations share their expertise. They illustrate their descriptions with practical examples of what has worked and what has not. It outlines many of the key challenges in the field. These challenges relate to the nature of acupuncture and the gap between current research evidence and the actual experiences of acupuncturists in the field. By focusing the chapters on key research questions, rather than methods, the book has a user-friendly feel. Each chapter is easily accessible with brief explanations of research designs as well as vignettes of relevant past research. The book is based on a deep understanding of acupuncture, with its inherent complexity in practice, whether based on traditional principles or more modern concepts. By incorporating a more sophisticated understanding of the field, this book details a range of strategies aiming to develop the evidence base with the utmost rigour. It is the first book on acupuncture research to take this unique view, integrating the very best of evidence-based medicine with a genuine sensitivity to the discipline of acupuncture, from its traditional and holistic roots to its more modern interpretations.

Interactive Medical Acupuncture Anatomy

Interactive Medical Acupuncture Anatomy
Author: Narda G. Robinson
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 1215
Release: 2016-02-22
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781498774857

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This presentation uses anatomically precise, computer-generated reconstructed images of the human body for three-dimensional presentation of acupuncture points and channels. The CD component is fully interactive and allows the user to see through tissue layers, remove tissue layers, and rotate structures so that specific acupuncture points can be v

Acupuncture

Acupuncture
Author: John O'Connor,Dan Bensky
Publsiher: Editora Roca
Total Pages: 772
Release: 1981
Genre: Acupuncture
ISBN: UOM:39015042926363

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Authoritative work. Descriptions of more than 1,000 acupuncture points, discussion of techniques etc. 741 p. B/W illus.

Five Spirits

Five Spirits
Author: Lorie Eve Dechar
Publsiher: Lantern Books
Total Pages: 452
Release: 2006
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 1590560922

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Offering a Taoist map of the human psyche, the "Five Spirits" provide a mythical view of the nervous system and form the basis of Chinese medical psychology. An understanding of these Five Spirits is the key that opens the doorway to the mysteries of Taoist psycho-spiritual alchemy.