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Acupuncture Desk Reference: Your guide to Complete Knowledge (Vol.1) ADR

KUOCH David. J [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9780981563138

Acumedwest, LLC 2011 2nd Edition

AU $85.00
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Acupuncture Desk Reference, 2nd edition (2011) has been completely updated. ADR1 is a collection of information assembled to help practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine become highly effective in treatment and successful in practice. Extremely popular with acupuncturists, herbalists, and student practitioners, this 496-page clinic reference book is essential for all acupuncturists. It provides more than 315 Chinese formulas, 370 herbs, Zang Fu, acupuncture points, special categories, clinical indications, methods, practice, and food as medicine for the most common ailments. One third of this book is devoted to Western Medicine, which allows the user to check for drugs, labs, herbal interactions, botanicals, nutrients and supplements. A resource section provides the most up-to-date information for your everyday clinical practice, including insurance providers, suppliers and general health forms for your practice.

In practice, a TCM practitioner already knows the information, but needs a comprehensive but concise reference to refresh his/her memory. Acupuncturists are expected to have clinical knowledge and skills across many fields, and Acupuncture Desk Reference provides the essentials for clinical practice. As a pocket reference, its size makes it streamlined and durable. It fits in the palm of your hand or lab coat and is easy to navigate in a clinical setting.

New to this edition
> Flexibound and layflat binding (More durable than spiral bounding)
> Additional 100 new pages added to ADR (2nd edition) over previous spiral bound edition (2007)
> Updated herb and formula section to reflect changes within Bensky and John Chenas Formula Books
> Updates to California State Board 2010
> Updated cross reference for herbs and formulas
> Updated cross reference for pharmacological effects
> New illustrations for acupuncture points
> New regional acupuncture points
> New auricular points
> New Microsystems (Face and Nose)
> New Foot & Abdominal Points
> New Korean Hand Therapy
> New Reflexology Points
> New Anatomy (Internal Organs)
> New and updated and anatomy
> Updated herb interactions
> New English to Spanish translation
> New Four Pillars of Evaluation
> New Tongue & Pulse
> New Hara Diagnosis
> New Color Herb Photos
> New NADA protocols

494pp

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Acupuncture      Point Location/Names     

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