Matt Callison

Sports Medicine Acupuncture Chart

Acupuncture Motor Points & Meridians Wall Chart

  • ISBN: 9780578512130
  • 2021, full-color, lamin. 68cm x 81cm

49,95 

Delivery time: ca. 5 - 10 Tage/days

Description

Wallchart for sports medicine acupuncturists

This beautiful, full-color laminated 68cm x 81cm wall chart is an update from the original Motor Points and Acupuncture Meridians wall chart that was published in 2000. The NEW, UPDATED Motor Points and Acupuncture Meridian Wall Chart has nine new muscle motor points and has 6 modified motor point locations. This chart can be used not only for practitioner reference but also patient education. The chart comes ready to hang with two durable eyelets and thick lamination for durability.

This acupuncture chart provides the practitioner with:

  • Superficial and deep views of detailed muscle anatomy.
  • Anterior and posterior views of the body.
  • Over 110 motor point locations.
  • Easy to read, color-coded acupuncture points and meridians.
  • Muscle names and innervating spinal segment
  • Instructive needle technique diagrams specifically for motor points.

This chart can be used not only for practitioner reference but also for patient education. Additional to the chart you find elements to hang the chart with two durable eyelets. For longer durability the chart is covered with a thick lamination.
This new wall chart is an updated version of the original Motor Points and Acupuncture Meridians wall chart that was published in 2000.

Size Full-colour, laminated (68cm x 81cm), comes ready to hang with two durable eyelets.

Author

Matt Callison

Matt Callison

Matt Callison has a unique ability to combine Chinese medicine with sports medicine is reflected in his excellent reputation in this field. This is especially evident in his international certification program, Sports Medical Acupuncture. He also published several articles in the Journal of Chinese Medicine on acupuncture and tibia stress…

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