Ear Acupuncture

Author: Kajsa Landgren
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0443068992
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An up-to-date guide to the principles and practice of Chinese and Western ear acupuncture, this book is aimed at both the student and practitioner. It includes chapters covering ear acupuncture used in the treatment of addiction and Western theories about how acupuncture works.

Principles Of Ear Acupuncture

Author: Dr. med. Axel Rubach
Editor: Thieme
ISBN: 3131694122
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This outstanding reference guide and textbook provides a comprehensive review of both the French (after Nogier) and Chinese schools of acupuncture. The book offers a detailed description of the anatomy and morphology of the ear, acupoints on the ear and their localizations, as well as specific points for ear acupuncture. Dr. Rubach, with over twenty years experience as a practitioner and teacher, provides valuable information in an easy-to-read, helpful format. You will learn how to use ear acupuncture safely and effectively. Large-format, graphic images are used to clearly show the location of points and the methods of auriculotherapy. The book includes answers to important everyday questions and is a treasury of practical information. Special features of An Introduction to Ear Acupuncture: A critical review of different methods of stimulation A practical compendium of the therapeutic point combinations Quick reference section on acupoints and localization A question and answer section for instant review The book includes special sections on the use of acupuncture in pregnancy, obstetrics, gynecology and dentistry. Filled with tips for daily practice and an excellent reference guide, this book is a must for students and ear acupuncturists. Axel Rubach, MD, is a naturopath and acupuncturist in private practice in Munich, Germany. He has been an acupuncturist for over twenty years and is one the most prominent lecturers in the German Society of Physicians for Acupuncture.

Auriculotherapy Manual

Author: Terry Oleson
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702035726
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Auriculotherapy Manual: Chinese and Western Systems of Ear Acupuncture provides a comprehensive guide to the practice of Chinese and Western systems of ear acupuncture. This impressive new edition utilizes 3-D models of the external ear, as well as 3-D anatomical images, to demonstrate the somatotopic relationship between particular parts of the body and specific regions of the auricle. This is the first ear acupuncture text that has incorporated 3-D technology in order to present amazing images of the auricle which precisely indicate ear acupoint positions. The book offers in-depth evaluation of the theoretical and clinical underpinnings of auriculotherapy, describing and illustrating over 200 ear acupuncture points and more than 200 auriculotherapy treatment protocols for clinical discorders ranging from chronic pain to substance abuse to visceral and neurological disorders. There are an expanded number of auricular landmarks that are utilized to guide the practitioner in accurately determining the precise location of hidden ear points on the 3-D model. These landmarks further reveal the varied depth perspectives of the external ear. The ear reflex points presented in this manual are based upon systematic research conducted at the UCLA Pain Management Center and upon the extensive clinical findings of medical doctors and acupuncturists in China and Europe over the past 50 years. Scientific and clinical information from the most recent international symposia of auricular acupuncture have been used to update the scientific and clinical knowledge presented in this fourth edition. Each chapter is organized in same basic order, beginning with an introductory overview, progressing to the main topics in the chapter, and ending with a section listing a definition of terms and a set of preparatory sample questions. The book is concise and clear enough for students yet provides provides sophisticated clinical approaches to allow the experienced practitioner to enhance and complement their existing treatment strategies.

Modern Chinese Ear Acupuncture

Author: Ping Chen
Editor: Paradigm Publications
ISBN: 9780912111704
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This useful and well-organised text presents a great deal of information that can quickly be adapted for clinical facility. It precisely lays out the indications and applications for ear acupuncture, the characteristics of point selection, and the principles of prescription formation. Using charts and descriptions, anatomical areas and points on the external anterior and posterior surface of the ear are described and depicted. Each is identified with an English name and the international standard nomenclature for point reference. The distribution patterns and classification, and standard names, locations, and indications for roughly 87 ear points are provided. The theoretical basis and methods of ear diagnosis, including inspection, palpation, and electrical detection are described. Diagnostic indicators for 100 commonly seen internal and external diseases, OB/GYN diseases, dermal diseases, and EENT disorders are delineated. A variety of therapeutic methods are covered: seed acupressure, filiform needling, intradermal needle implantation, electroacupuncture, plum blossom needling, bloodletting, medicine injection, ear moxibustion, ear massage, medicated plasters, and magnet therapy. There is an extensive section dealing with treatments for more than 132 common disorders. Each includes a treatment prescription (primary and supplementary points), therapeutic methods (listed above, and selected according to appropriate indications), and clinical notes. Case studies with commentaries, from the clinical records of Dr. Yang Yun Bi, a physician at Huang Shan Medical School in Anhui Province, PRC, have been included where they correspond to the disorders presented.

Ear Acupuncture

Author: Beate Strittmatter
Editor: Thieme
ISBN: 3131505915
Size: 13,68 MB
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Praise for the First Edition:This book is an excellent reference for acupuncturists...The illustrations are clear and anatomically precise.--acupuncture.comWritten by one of the world's leading experts on Western auriculotherapy, Ear Acupuncture -- now in a fully updated Second Edition -- provides readers with succinct descriptions of acupuncture points and practical advice on how to incorporate ear acupuncture treatment strategies and techniques into daily practice.Based on the work of auriculotherapy masters Nogier and Bahr, each practical two-page unit is comprised of concise text on the left-hand side supplemented by clearly labeled line drawings on the right. Localization points indicated in color depict each specific reflex zone. In cases where localization is particularly difficult, helpful enlargements of the region in question allow for easy identification.Features 360 high-quality drawings demonstrate key points and treatment options Detailed coverage of nine new points, including the anger point, shen men point, super omega point, and more Numerous cross-referenced indications tables allow quick access to needed information This user-friendly guide is the ideal choice for students or teachers of acupuncture and pain management or for anyone involved in the practice of complementary medicine.

Ear Acupuncture And Parkinson

Author: Lise Couture
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781468560800
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Lise Couture has been in the field of Ear Acupuncture for the last twenty seven years and her work is known in many countries including Canada, France, Argentina, Uruguay, U.S.A., Spain and many others by the token of the conferences she gave at the Lyon Symposium in 1994 and in 2006. She was also a guest speaker at the First Chinese Symposium in Toronto in May of 1986. In 2006, she heard about Dr Ulrich Werth’s method with the implants in the ears for treating Parkinson’s. It reminded her Dr Paul Nogier’s words in one of the Auricular Magazines. One day, while treating a man in his clinic, he related that he would have liked to cribble the point with many needles rather than only one: the situation was really chronic and the patient needed help. In her practice she had experienced that feeling too and she is amazed that Dr Werth came out with those micro implants inserted in different points of the ear to stop or slow down the destructive process of the Parkinson’s. D. Lise is now in her third year of practice and research in the field of Ear Acupuncture and Parkinson. At the same time, she keeps treating her regular patients, but at a lower rythm. Like Dr Paul Nogier, she is all ears to the stories of her patients. The answer of the healing is in their life experiences. That is her truth and living passion. If she can have you walk, she’ll do it! D. Lise lives in Ottawa with her son Dannie and husband Michel André Beauvolsk, since 1992.

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Auricular Acupuncture Diagnosis

Author: Marco Romoli
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702042730
Size: 16,61 MB
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Auricular Acupuncture Diagnosis

Chinese Auricular Acupuncture

Author: Skya Abbate
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0203493648
Size: 17,41 MB
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In classical Chinese medicine, the ear is considered an extraordinarily powerful nexus of energy through which the entire body can be treated. Unlike numerous texts that apply Western approaches to Eastern medicine, Chinese Auricular Acupuncture explains ear acupuncture within the framework of traditional Oriental energetics consistent with the use of the medicine. Written by an esteemed practitioner and teacher of auricular acupuncture, this modern, user-friendly guide provides students and practitioners with a concise manual on ear acupuncture. High-quality photos illustrate common ear pathology and include instruction on diagnosis. The text features Chinese clinical energetics of ear acupoints interfaced with the most common diagnostic paradigms. It also contains a detailed discussion of how to construct prescriptions tailored to the patient rather than the disease process. This unique book simplifies the art of auricular acupuncture by relying solely on the traditional Chinese ear map rather than a set of complex charts and systems. This approach explains the practical utilization of auricular therapy in a manner that is memorable, clinically useful, and based on the underpinnings of an education in traditional Chinese medicine.

Micro Acupuncture In Practice

Author: Yajuan Wang
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702036099
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Unique and comprehensive, this resource thoroughly discusses the various micro-acupuncture systems with clear and clinically useful information for practice, including styles of practice throughout the world, overviews of each system, and treatment for common disorders. All micro systems are covered, including information on point locations and functions. Treatment protocols are given for more than 50 common diseases and conditions, providing the tools necessary for the most effective treatment of patients. The books readability, evidence-based approach, excellent organization, detailed illustrations, comprehensive coverage of all micro-systems, and practical therapeutic treatment guidelines for commonly seen conditions make it an essential for anyone treating patients with acupuncture. Covers all micro-acupuncture systems, including point locations and functions, providing you with a wide variety of clinical tools - all in one reference. Treatment protocols for more than 50 conditions, listed alphabetically for quick reference. Logically organized, with consistent coverage of introductory material, micro-systems, and treatment protocols. Clear and detailed illustrations and photos that show locations of acupuncture points and each micro-system’s relationship to the body, enhancing your understanding of treatment techniques. Based on current research with evidence behind the systems to ensure you are using the most authoritative information in the field. Author Yajuan Wang, an instructor at a major naturopathic university, has more than 20 years of clinical experience.