von: Montakab, H.

Acupuncture Points and Channel Energetics

Acupuncture Points and Channel Energetics

2014, 544 pages

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Acupuncture Points and Channel Energetics von Montakab, H.

According to Hamid Montakab there is a gap between the known classical texts on Chinese Medicine and different other concepts or acupuncture styles that are being practiced today. Currently two major streams dominated Chinese Medicine in the past, Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM) as opposed to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a term droped out from the early years of Communist China. Historically, when Chinese Medicine came to other neighbouring cultures and got influenced by these, they brought out a number of methods and concepts, that are not to be found in the Chinese Classics. Another source and great contribution has been the Daoist oral tradition. These concepts have got explained in many of the classical writings.
This book combines the classics, with the oral traditions and the European acupuncture, namely the French tradition, supplemented by the author's personal clinical experiences.

The book is organized in three parts:
Part I covers all of the theories pertaining to the energetic structure of the body, the channel systems and the point categories. It is a good overview of the Classical Chinese as well as the French concepts on acupuncture.
Part II explores the point functions and indications, which have been compiled from about 20 leading texts, classical as well as modern, with the reference source for each function and indication.
Part III describes the Extraordianry vessels and the Secondary Channels, the Sinew, the Connecting and the Divergent channels and their clinical applications and examples, compiling the classical texts, the French-Vietnamese school and the Daoistic oral concepts as supplied by Master J. Yuen.

Montakab, H.

Hamid Montakab
graduated from the Medical School of Paris in 1975 and did his residency in surgery and gynaecology in Poitiers, France. He concurrently completed a degree program in Acupuncture at the AFA School in Paris, after which he spent four months in intensive training at the Men Wa and ISA schools in Hong Kong. Hamid then spent some time exploring the Traditional Medicines in the Philippines and India. In India, he practiced combining TCM with Allopathic and Ayurvedic medicines.
Between 1980-85 Hamid practiced in America, obtaining the Oregon Acupuncture Board and the National Acupuncture Board (NCCA). Later, he completed trainings in Chinese Herbal Medicine, Osteopathy and Visceral Osteopathy in Europe. Since 1985 he has been practicing and lecturing in Switzerland, France and Germany. Hamid was commissioned by the Swiss National Fond to conduct a scientific research study on Acupuncture and Insomnia. He has also done a smaller study on Acupuncture in Atopic Dermatitis at the Geneva University Hospital. He is the co-founder of the Swiss Professional Organisation for TCM (SBO-TCM) and it's president from 1995 till 2000.
Hamid founded the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts in Switzerland in 1986. With his background in Eastern and Western medical practices, and his exposure to the practice of Chinese Medicine in Europe, China and America, he brings his students the combined sum of his experiences in the field of Traditional as well as Classical Chinese Medicine.

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