Acupuncture: A Viable Medical Alternative

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Part 1 Basics 1
  • Introduction My Path to Acupuncture 3
  • Chapter 1: What is Acupuncture? 9
  • Chapter 2 a Visit to an Acupuncturist 19
  • References 23
  • Chapter 3 How Acupuncture Works from a Chinese View 25
  • Chapter 4 How Acupuncture Works from a Western View 37
  • References 44
  • Part 2 Acupuncture at Work 45
  • Chapter 5 Release from Pain 47
  • References 56
  • Chapter 6 Acupuncture Anesthesia 57
  • References 62
  • Chapter 7 Scalp and Ear Acupuncture: the Repair of the Brain and Nervous System 63
  • References 70
  • Chapter 8: Repair of Orthopedic Injury 71
  • Chapter 9 Internal Medicine 77
  • References 83
  • Chapter 10 Cancer 85
  • References 90
  • Chapter 11 the Immune System and Acupuncture 91
  • References 99
  • Chapter 12 Gynecology and Obstetrics 101
  • References 109
  • Chapter 13: Pediatric Medicine 111
  • Chapter 14 Veterinary Medicine 121
  • References 128
  • Chapter 15: Overcoming Addictions Through Acupuncture 129
  • Chapter 16 Acupuncture and Mental Health 137
  • References 144
  • Part 3 Acupuncture in the United States 145
  • Chapter 17 the Legal Status of Acupuncture 147
  • References 152
  • Chapter 18: The Future of Acupuncture 153
  • Appendix Acupuncture Resource Directory 165
  • Selected Bibliography 167
  • Index 171
  • About the Author 177
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