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Manual of Acupuncture Peter Deadman

Manual of Acupuncture Peter Deadman

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A
Manual
of
ACUPUNCTURE
Peter Deadman
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Mazi n Al-Khafajiwith Kevin Baker
JOURNAL OF CHINESE MEDICINE PUBLICATIONS
 
Main textPoint location textChinese translationResearch into classicalChinese texts
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commentariesPeter Deadman and Mazin Al-KhafajiKevin Baker and Peter DeadmanMazin Al-KhafajiMazin Al-KhafajiBook designBrush calligraphyOriginal illustrationsIllustration commissionand revisionIllustrations adapted byJohn Chippindale, Peter Deadmanand Simon HedgerA Hsiung ChenMarks Creative ConsultantsBarbara LoftusPeter Deadman and Kevin BakerPeter DeadmanPrinted by Sung In Printing America, Inc.
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Copyright 2001 by Journal of Chinese Medicine Publications22 Cromwell RoadHoveEast SussexBN3 3EBEnglandFax
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(+44) (0)1273-748588e-mail
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www.jcm.co.ukFirst published 1998 by Journal of Chinese Medicine PublicationsReprinted August 1998, January 1999, March2000, September 2001.ISBN 0 9510546 7 8Distributed in North America by Eastland Press,1240 Activity Drive, #D Vista, California 92083, USAAll rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, storedin a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means,electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise,without the prior permission in writing of the publishers.
The information given in this book is intended as a resource and guide totrained practitioners of acupuncture. It is not intended to substitute forsuch training and should not be considered to supplant the clinicaljudgement derivingfiom such training. Whilst eve
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effort has been madeto include cautions with regard to acupuncture treatment, the authorscannot accept responsibility for any treatment advice or informationofered.
 
CONTENTS
Chapter ContentsAcknowledgementsIntroductionThe channels and collateralsPoint categoriesPoint selection methodsPoint location and needlingThe Lung channelThe Large Intestine channelThe Stomach channelThe Spleen channelThe Heart channelThe Small Intestine channelThe Bladder channelThe Kidney channelThe Pericardium channelThe Sanjiao channelThe Gall Bladder channelThe Liver channelThe Conception vesselThe Governing vesselThe Extraordinary pointsBody area illustrationsAreas reached by the channelsChinese dynastiesBibliographyGlossary of terminologyPoint names indexPoint indications indexGeneral indexPoint numbers indexAbout the authors
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