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Chinese medicine overviews and diagnosis

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  1. Common Laboratory Tests Used by TCM Practitioners

    Common Laboratory Tests Used by TCM Practitioners

    When to Refer Patients for Lab Tests and How to Read and Interpret the Results

    Partha Banerjee MD and Christina Captain DOM

    This book is an essential reference for Traditional Chinese Medicine students and practitioners that teaches how to use and understand Western laboratory testing in the treatment and referral of patients. The book focuses on symptoms that commonly present in TCM practices and provides useful case studies, TCM perspectives, and quizzes throughout. Learn More
    2014, 128pp
  2. Children at Their Best

    Children at Their Best

    Understanding and Using the Five Elements to Develop Children's Full Potential for Parents, Teachers, and Therapists

    Karin Kalbantner-Wernicke and Bettye Jo Wray-Fears With Thomas Wernicke

    The authors describe an exciting new way of understanding a child's development by looking at how the Five Elements of Chinese thought can explain patterns of behaviour. They list the problems that can occur if a child's elements are not in balance and presents approaches and activities to help them become more balanced, happier and more resilient. Learn More
    2014, 344pp
  3. Acupuncture for Body, Mind and Spirit

    Acupuncture for Body, Mind and Spirit

    Peter Mole

    This introductory book answers questions most frequently asked by those new to acupuncture. Comparing the system of diagnosis and treatment with that of Western medicine, it also covers the history and theory of acupuncture, how it is used as preventative medicine, how a diagnosis is made, what to expect in the treatment room, and more. Learn More
    2014, 160pp
  4. Increasing IVF Success with Acupuncture

    Increasing IVF Success with Acupuncture

    An Integrated Approach

    Nick Dalton-Brewer, MSc, Lic Ac, PG Dip CHM, PG Dip Gynae, MBAcC, MRSM

    Taking an integrative approach informed by the author's cutting-edge research, this book provides the specialist knowledge required by acupuncturists to treat fertility issues effectively and presents a method of diagnosis and treatment which combines Assisted Reproductive Techniques with TCM therapies, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Learn More
    2014, 192pp
  5. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

    Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

    Roots of Modern Practice

    Charles Buck

    Drawing on his extensive experience and study in the field, Charles Buck presents an authoritative and accessible account of the history of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. The book provides an accurate overview, focussing on the key developments that are of most practical relevance to clinicians of today. Learn More
    2014, 352pp
  6. Essential Texts in Chinese Medicine

    Essential Texts in Chinese Medicine

    The Single Idea in the Mind of the Yellow Emperor

    Richard Bertschinger

    This translation of the key texts from the Huangdi Neijing, the ancient definitive textbook on Chinese medicine, selects the essential passages of vital importance to students and practitioners of acupuncture and Chinese medicine today. Bertschinger's commentary reveals the meaning of these difficult to interpret texts. Learn More
    2014, 320pp
  7. Chinese Massage Manual

    Chinese Massage Manual

    A comprehensive, step-by-step introduction to the healing art of Tui na

    Sarah Pritchard

    Written for students of Chinese and other massage techniques, and complete novices, the author provides an accessible explanation of the fundamental theory, 20 basic techniques, and the methods of treating common ailments. Learn More
    2015, 144pp
  8. Methodologies for Effectively Assessing Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

    Methodologies for Effectively Assessing Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

    Research Tools and Techniques

    Edited by Mark J. Langweiler, BA, DC, DAAPM, and Peter W. McCarthy, BSc, PhD. Foreword by Kenneth A. Leight, PhD.

    Examining the methods and criteria for assessing Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), this book highlights how CAM research must be treated differently to research in conventional medicine. Experts from a wide range of CAM modalities provide background to the therapies and suggest the most effective research methodology for each. Learn More
    2015, 296pp
  9. Tui na

    Tui na

    A Manual of Chinese Massage Therapy

    Sarah Pritchard

    The definitive handbook for students and practitioners, this book explains the roots of Tui na and provides detailed instruction on the massage techniques, their clinical applications and the principles of practice. It also includes guidance on diagnosis, and on planning and tailoring treatments. Learn More
    2015, 200pp
  10. Foundations of Theory for Ancient Chinese Medicine

    Foundations of Theory for Ancient Chinese Medicine

    Shang Han Lun and Contemporary Medical Texts

    Guohui Liu, M.Med., L.Ac., Foreword by Charles Buck

    Guohui Liu explains the key concepts of ancient Chinese medicine so that they can be better understood and put into practice by modern practitioners. With the Shang Han Lun as a basis for discussion, it includes information on Chinese culture and philosophy as well as specific issues such as the six conformations and zang-fu organ theory. Learn More
    2015, 280pp

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