On Pins and Needles: Books About Acupuncture
Curious about acupuncture? These books can give you a good overview or offer specific suggestions for using acupuncture to deal with various health concerns.
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|The author, who practices acupuncture and osteopathy, describes in a clear and straightforward manner the complete range of acupuncture techniques, with anatomical references to the structure of the human body.|
|Bauer, Matthew D.
The Healing Power Of Acupressure And Acupuncture: A Complete Guide to Timeless Traditions and Modern Practice
|A licensed acupuncturist offers this accessible, up-to-date resource that leads readers through the foundations and techniques of acupressure and acupuncture.|
Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine
R601 .B45 1991
|Two of the foremost American educators and healers in the Chinese medical profession demystify Chinese medicine's centuries-old approach to health.|
Fundamentals of Chinese Acupuncture
RM184 .E44 1991
|Revised companion to Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine is used in many top acupuncture and post-graduate physician courses.|
The Acupuncture Handbook: How Acupuncture Works and How It Can Help You
|An accessible and fully comprehensive basic guide to acupuncture.|
The Layman's Guide to Acupuncture
|This illustrated guidebook introduces readers to the theory and practice of acupuncture and acupressure, as well as related treatment methods.|
Updated: March 5, 2008