135 Important Acupuncture Points: Acupuncture Points in English

Prof. Dr. P. Sivagnanam, ATAMA Publications
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 In this book for effective treatment, selected Important Acupuncture points are noted. Each point is identified with picture, location, indication and the respective needling pattern.  This book has a detailed note on all important acupuncture points. This book will act as a guide to Acupuncture Students, and to Acupuncture Doctors for effective and efficient treatment.
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 Prof. Dr. P.Sivagnanam. MD (Acu), P.hD. is a practicing Health Consultant and Guest Lecturer in various Corporates and Institutions. He has more interest towards Alternative Medicines and he is giving practical guidance and lectures about Health maintenance with Acupressure, Reflexology and Home Remedies without taking medicines. He has delivered speech in various topics in the International Conference and Zonal Conferences conducted by ATAMA.

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Prof. Dr. P. Sivagnanam, ATAMA Publications
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Feb 22, 2014
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110
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English
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Medical / Alternative & Complementary Medicine
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 You have the potential to relieve most ailments with your hands. Acupressure is an ancient art practiced by Chinese for over 5,000 years. This fully illustrated guide by Aaron Stein, Ph.D., distills acupressure into simple exercises that can be used to alleviate wide range of medical condition. Ailments Covered by the Acupressure Guide: Headache and Migraine: Frontal Headache * Back of the head * Side of the head * Top of the head * Pain in the eye (Migraine behind the eye) Local Pain: Jaw * Toothache * Ear * Neck * Shoulder * Wrist * Hand * Backache * Hip * Knee * Ankle * Foot Cold and Flu: Sore throat * Sinusitis * Loss of Voice * Earaches * Allergy Nervous System: Anxiety Attacks and Nervousness * Depression * Insomnia * Fainting * Hiccoughs * Memory and Concentration Improvement Cardiovascular: Angina * Palpitations * High Blood Pressure Abdominal Discomfort: Constipation * Diarrhea * Heartburn and Stomachache Women only: PMS and Painful Periods * Hot Flashes * Pregnancy Urinary Problems: Bed-wetting * Incontinence * Urinary retention Other: Nose bleeding * Allergy * Itching * Asthma * Decreased Libido * Hangover

 FEATURES:

 - Practical and fully illustrated. 

- Step-by-step guide to treatment of every condition. 

- Every step explains active point location, direction of massage, and exercise duration. 

- No previous experience necessary. 

- It is not necessary to massage active points on your own, you can ask somebody else to massage points for you. 

- Total treatment duration for most conditions is 10 to 15 minutes.

Practiced for more than 2,000 years, acupuncture was once restricted to the realm of alternative medicine. It was thought to be based on mythical elements and not easily understood by those in the scientific community. Acupuncture: An Anatomical Approach, Second Edition dispels these notions and brings this once backroom therapy into the forefront—explaining it in terms that can be easily comprehended by all medical professionals.

Presenting a scientific, anatomical approach to acupuncture, this volume discusses:

The basics of the nervous system

Acupuncture points located in the head and face, formed by the cranial nerves

The cervical plexus, which forms acupuncture points in the neck region

Acupuncture points formed by the brachial plexus in the upper limbs, spinal nerves in the body trunk, and the lumbar–sacral plexuses in the lower limbs

The anesthesia effect of biochemical substances in the nervous system

The measurement and quantification of pain

Applications of acupuncture in clinical practice, from cases easy to treat to those more challenging

Theories on the future of acupuncture

The treatment of pain, in general, is controversial, as many therapies have unintended consequences and side effects. Acupuncture provides a therapy that is quick, easy to perform, and requires no medications. This volume enables physicians, osteopaths, pain specialists, chiropractors, and other health professionals to perform this effective treatment for their patients who experience both chronic and acute pain.

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