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Essentials of Acupuncture
Alternative Therapy Sequel: 3
Prof. Dr. Debasish Kundu , Dr. Choo Led Sin
Bibliography : 446pp., 13 Tables, 36 Illustrations, Demy 8vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8184541600
HB ISBN (13) : 9788184541601

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About the Book:

The ever mysterious Qi with the needling technique releases the blocked flow of energy and invigorates our body; takes pressure off our central nervous system. Our body is composed of over 700 pressure points. Its amazing how someone can live in a tremendous amount of pain daily and be so out of touch with their body that they overlook the actual reason behind tension, headaches, stress, pre-existing conditions etc. Acupuncture releases pressure off your central nervous-system and restores your energy field.

When someone is experiencing tremendous amount of pain in their body, not only is that pleasant; if you take a deeper look you are also experiencing your bodies energy field being disrupted. Acupuncture is based on a form of traditional Chinese medicine that has been practiced for at least 2,500 years. The theory of why Acupuncture tends to work so well for so many people is that it can manipulate and regulate blood and energy flow connected by 20 pathways or meridians that connect to 2,000+ acupuncture points on the human body. Tiny hair thin needles are inserted into these points providing relief from various ailments.

It is also conceived that it regulates the body temperature and assigns it back in balance and at the same time will stimulate the activity of the white blood cells.

There is no doubt that acupuncture is here to stay on as it has been for centuries.

The meridian lines are believed by the Chinese to be lines of vitality and this is where the aging procedure will commence from, hence, this is where the treatments should happen. The rationality being because of the flow of energy.

Essentials of Acupuncture is an aesthetically pleasing book, which presents up to date research in the field of acupuncture therapy. It is written in a simple language that makes it accessible and understandable to all readers, even those unfamiliar with traditional Chinese medicine. Acupuncture Anaesthesia is another segment which has been exquisitely presented by the authors.

About the Author:

Prof. Dr. Debasish Kundu, a Ph.D in Pastoral Counseling from American University, is a renowned authority on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). He is a Visiting Professor of Khulna Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital, affiliated to Ministry of Health, Peoples Republic of Bangladesh; a Vice President of American Nutritional Medical Association, CA, USA. He has authored and edited numerous books and journals on CAM, Sexology and Homeotherapeutics.

Prof. Dr. Choo Led Sin, a Ph.D in Chinese Medicine Study (China), is the First Elected World Expert of Manipulative Medicine and Traditional Therapy (2012); Vice Chairman of the World Manipulative Medical Association; Vice Chairman of TCM Diagnosis Specialty Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies; President of World Spinal Health Association of Singapore; Vice Chairman of International Fu Yang Health Association; Visiting Professor of World Spinal Health Science Research Institute. He is the Governing Council Member of American Nutritional Medical Association, CA, USA; Assistant Secretary of Singapore Acupuncture Association; a Senior Researcher of Malaysia Chinese Medical Sciences Research Center; Life Honorary President of Professional Manipulative Therapist Association (Singapore).

He is also a Manipulative Medicine Consultant of Professional Manipulative Therapist Association (Singapore); Vice Chairman of National Spinal Manipulative Therapist Academic Committee of China; Senior Researcher of Malaysia Chinese Medical Sciences Research Centre; Academic Consultant of Malaysia Acupuncture Academy; Academic Consultant of TCM Training Centre of Penang, Malaysia; Academic Consultant of Indonesia Chinese Medicine Society, Jakarta, TCM College; Life Honorary Consultant of Japan Holistic Manipulative Therapy Association.



1 Introduction
2 History of Acupuncture
3 Philosophy of Acupuncture
4 Five Elements Theory
5 Diagnosis in Traditional Chinese Medicine
6 Evaluation and Diagnosis
7 The Concept of Qi
8 Management & Research on Some Disorders
9 How Acupuncture Works
10 Acupuncture Anesthesia
11 Laser Acupuncture
12 Auriculotherapy
13 Atlas of Acupuncture Points
14 Therapeutics of Common Ailments
15 Therapeutics of Common Ailments
16 Infertility, Impotence and Acupuncture
17 Acupuncture in Hairfall
18 Does Acupuncture Hurts
19 Related Therapies
20 Explanation of Some Terms
21 Marmapuncture
22 Bibliography

Essentials of Acupuncture, by Prof. Dr. Debasish Kundu


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