A Clinical Manual. Protocols fot the complement Channels
- ISBN: 9780983772002
- 2012, 424 pages
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The first book of its kind, the Advanced Acupuncture, A Clinic Manual, contains detailed protocols for the application of the Complement Channels of acupuncture: the Sinew, Luo, Divergent and Eight Extraordinary Vessels. The book includes over one hundred drawings, diagrams, theory of the Complement Channels, guides for diagnosis, needling techniques, and much more.
Jeffrey Yuen said about this book: „…Ann Cecil-Sterman has gone back into the vast historical teachings of the channel systems and unravl their mysterics so as to better serve our profession“.
Leon Hammer says that „this book is a neccessary addition to the practice of Chinese medicine for each and every pratitioner now and in the future.
Steven Clavey says: An extremely interesting text containing a wealth of information digested from the author´s studies with the well-known Teacher Yeffrey Yuen, that provides ansers to many of the questions which have plagued Western students of Chinese medicine for decades. Reading it, I found myself itching to take some of the unfamiliar aspects and test them out.
Ann Cecil-Sterman, MS, L.Ac. is an acupuncturist, teacher, writer, artist and musician. She wrote two books: Advanced Acupuncture, A Clinic Manual, Protocols for the Sinew, Luo, Divergent and Eight Extraordinary Channels, and The Art of Pulse Diagnosis.
She gives lectures about the application and methodology of the Complement Channels, the art of pulse diagnosis, and together with her husband, the use of food as medicine. For many years she worked as a senior clinic supervisor at the school of acupuncture founded by Dr. Jeffrey Yuen in 1997 in New York City. Cecil-Sterman studied for a long-time different aspect of the TCM from Dr. Yuen, especially herbs, qigong, oils, philosophy and also medical history. Ann was the co-founder and Director of the Classical Wellness Center in Manhattan where she taught classes on advanced diagnosis and the theory and application of Classical Chinese Medicine. Ann lives in Manhattan with her husband and two children.