New acupuncture books and books for traditional Chinese medicine
Videos about acupuncture and Chinese medicine (TCM-Videocenter)
Our TCM Video Center is a collection of over 500 videos on acupuncture points, acupuncture techniques, Chinese herbal treatment examples and more. The videos are lectures and workshops at TCM congresses with absolute TCM experts. All lectures can be ordered online for a fee or on DVD. Here are three examples from examples of Bob Flaws on Tibetan Medicine. Jason Robertson and Ju Yi about channel palpation in individual channels and Stephen Birch on Shonishin (Japanese children’s acupuncture). >> Click here to access our TCM-videocenter
Books and videos about acupuncture and TCM
What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a broad field of TCM. Acupuncture is part of Chinese and Japanese medicine. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. Even the prehistoric man Ötzi had tattoos that corresponded exactly to the acupuncture points that would be acupuncturized if he suffered from acupuncture. There are no side effects. Acupuncture has also developed sensationally here in the west due to its healing successes and has ensured a high level of acceptance among our population. Especially acupuncture for back pain and other pains has an extremely positive effect on humans and animals. Therefore more and more doctors and alternative practitioners want to learn the art of acupuncture. We have the necessary specialist literature for acupuncture training.
Books for Acupuncture Training
If you are in acupuncture training, you will need basics and introductions to acupuncture points and meridians (acupuncture atlas) to know where each acupuncture point is located. The art of finding the right point on the body is called point localization. Background information on acupuncture points can be found primarily in acupuncture books such as Deadman’s acupuncture handbook or the acupuncture atlas by Focks or Hecker or Stux. Acupuncture books on meridian theory also provide an important approach to understanding acupuncture points, pathways and their relationship to the organs.
Ear acupuncture, Tung´s acupuncture or Japanese acupuncture – how to continue?
With increasing acupuncture practice, you will gradually become acquainted with other acupuncture methods such as acupuncture, acupressure, cupping, Gua Sha or moxibustion. Ear acupuncture in particular is an incredibly exciting field.
Authors like Bahr, Ogal and Noack are in charge here.The balance method (Tung-style acupuncture by Sulistyo/Ross and Mccann) and Japanese acupuncture (e.g. by Matsumoto/Euler) are extremely effective for pain acupuncture. There are many special segments like hand, mouth or skull acupuncture. These acupuncture books can be found in the body acupuncture section.
Books for the acupuncture practice
If you are already a professional, you will also be interested in our TCM video centre. With more than 500 congress videos from renowned experts from the leading international acupuncture and TCM congresses, such as the TCM Congress in Rothenburg, ASA Congress, TCM Congress in Denmark, Tao Congress, SMS Congress and others, you can select your area of interest via your own website (http://videocenter.naturmed.de/de). New from our publishing house are also the titles from the practice row TCM of Maimon/Englert/Montakab and Stoffman, treatment of sleep disturbances, as well as of Barbara Kirschbaum over the accompanying treatment of cancer of the breast published. We regularly include novelties in our program and also point out new publications in your field of expertise in our newsletter.
Books on Chinese Medicine
- Acupuncture is a branch of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). Other parts are:
- Herbs (Chinese and Western Herbs)
- Nutrition (Chinese Dietetics)
- Manual therapies (Tuina)
- Qigong and Taiji
You will find basic books on all these topics as well as for daily practice.