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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.

Austin, Mary
Acupuncture Therapy
RM184 .A94
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
RM184.B38 2005
A licensed acupuncturist offers this accessible, up-to-date resource that leads readers through the foundations and techniques of acupressure and acupuncture.
 
Beinfield, Harriet
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.
 
Ellis, Andrew
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.
 
Hicks, Angela
The Acupuncture Handbook: How Acupuncture Works and How It Can Help You
RM184.H823 2005x
An accessible and fully comprehensive basic guide to acupuncture.
 
Manaka, Yoshio
The Layman's Guide to Acupuncture
RM184 .M332
This illustrated guidebook introduces readers to the theory and practice of acupuncture and acupressure, as well as related treatment methods.
 

Updated: 1/7/2010