Acupuncture in Practice
Author: Hugh MacPherson & Ted Kaptchuk
Publication Date: November 1996
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Written by THE leading lights in the field of integrating acupuncture into a Western medical system, this book bridges the gap between the theoretical foundations...
Written by THE leading lights in the field of integrating acupuncture into a Western medical system, this book bridges the gap between the theoretical foundations of acupuncture and its application in a modern Western clinical context. Each case history focuses on the complexities and dilemmas of treatment that are tackled, providing valuable insights by experienced practitioners into the management of a course of acupuncture treatment.
written by THE leading lights in the field helps bridge the difficult gap between acupucture theory from a TCM perspective, and its application in a modern context for practitioners of conventional medicine.
contains useful case histories to make the content easy to understand and to enable the reader to apply the knowledge within the book to real life clinical situations no other book of its kind has the quality and depth of information detailed here.
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