Acupuncture: Textbook and Atlas by Dr. med. Gabriel Stux, Prof. Bruce Pomeranz (auth.)

By Dr. med. Gabriel Stux, Prof. Bruce Pomeranz (auth.)

Following an creation to the philosophical and theoreti- cal historical past of conventional chinese language drugs, the dia- gnostic approach is gifted: the chinese language procedure of channels and useful organs, the importance of pointsand aspect different types, tools of needling and moxibustion. there's a bankruptcy on therapy in line with western analysis.

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6. Blood vessels in the vicinity of neuromuscular attachments. 7. Along a nerve which is composed of fibres of varying sizes (diameters). This is more likely on muscular nerves than on cutaneous nerves. 22 Scientific Basis of Acupuncture 8. Bifurcation point of peripheral nerve. 9. Ligaments (muscle tendons, joint capsules, fascial sheets, collateral ligaments), as they are rich in nerve endings. 10. Suture lines of the skull. It is obvious from this list that no particular structure dominates at acupuncture points.

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