A Manual of Acupuncture, 2nd edition (9780951054659)
Publisher: Journal of Chinese Medicine
Since its publication in 1998 this comprehensive text has rapidly become the standard acupuncture point book for students and practitioners throughout the English-speaking world. Detailed exposition of the names, locations, indications and actions of every point, it is characterised by hundreds of beautiful and anatomically exacting illustrations (one for every point), lengthy commentaries on the points, numerous point combinations drawn from classical texts and comprehensive indexes.
Now in its fifth imprint, this text has been continually updated and corrected). The latest (fifth) imprint has an added dust jacket and thumb indentations for ease of referencing the channel chapters.
Customer Reviews (view all) : Average Rating 5
Alex Yuzefovich, Rated: 5
A very good book for every Chinese medicine student or practitioner. It gives different and useful perspectives on points, and the meridian charts are very clear and helps foster a good visual perception of the meridians.
Anonymous, Rated: 5
This book is excellent.
Anonymous, Rated: 5
A must book for students and practitioners.
The best book to learn from about the acupuncture points and meridians, both functions and locations. The illustrations are exceptionally helpfully and clear and the information about the points uses and functions are taken from many sources, primary and secondary, and espouse the reader to different historical trends and aproches in Chinese medicine not be limited to one or two ways of thinking. In my opinion, this book should be a must book for all students of Chinese medicine. If they want to be taken seriously, this is one of the books that they should start with.
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