A Tooth from the Tiger’s Mouth
How to Treat your Injuries with Powerfull Healing Secrets
- ISBN: 9780743245517
- 2004, 364 pages
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Traditionally, Chinese martial arts masters have kept their highly prized remedies for injuries as carefully guarded secrets, calling such precious and powerful knowledge a tooth from the tiger’s mouth.
The author, a Chinese sports medicine and martial practitioner, presents a broad range of healing strategies for common injuries such as sprains, bruises, cut wounds, breaks, dislocations, tendonitis, and muscle tears. Readers will discover methods for examining and diagnosing injuries, preparing and applying herbal formulas, assembling a portable emergency kit, locating ingredients and preparations, and facilitating recuperation with strengthening exercises and healing dietary guidelines.
Tom Bisio is a world-renowned martial artist and a licensed practitioner of Chinese medicine. He heads a clinic in N.Y. City.
Tom Bisio started learning martial arts at the age of 14. He holds a Bachelor of East Asian Studies and has studied among many experts in herbal medicine, acupuncture, Qi Gong, Chinese massage and bone rehabilitation. He is a licensed practitioner of TCM and for 25 years headed a clinic specializing in Chinese trauma and sports medicine as well as orthopedic diseases. As the founder of New York Internal Arts and Internal Arts International, he now teaches Ba Gua Zhang, Xing Yi Quan and Qi Gong as well as traditional Chinese medicine. Bisio has published books on Ba Gua, Xing Yi, Chinese medicine and Daoism. He has also co-authored with the masters Song Zhi Yong and Gao Ji Wu and translated works by Master Zhao Da Yuan.