Finding Effective Acupuncture Points
- ISBN: 9789780939616406
- 2003, 274 pages
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Shudo Denmei has written a book that is easy to read, easy to understand, packed full of information, and clinically invaluable. Foreword by Stephen Birch. Translated by Stephen Brown.
His work has been, and continues to be, seminal. His clarity, honesty, and openness are refreshing and invigorating.
There are many books about acupuncture points, but what is lacking are descriptions by expert practitioners of how they themselves actually go about selecting, finding, and using the points. This type of book would allow the reader to peer over the shoulder of the expert to find out what they really do in the clinic. Finding Effective Acupuncture Points does just that.
Shudo Denmei, author of Japanese Classical Acupuncture: Introduction to Meridian Therapy, and a leader of the meridian therapy movement in Japan, has selected about 160 of his favorite points, the ones he actually uses in the clinic. Here he describes in specific detail how to use palpation to find each of the points on the body, and to determine whether or not they are active. Then he identifies the particular conditions for which each point is best suited, rather than merely reciting a laundry list of all possible indications. With insightful stories about his own discovery and use of the points in a practice that has spanned nearly five decades, this master teacher brings each of the points to life for other acupuncturists.
The book is organized by body region, which makes it especially convenient for finding appropriate points on particular parts of the body. There are also over 90 drawings which illustrate the locations of the points in relation to anatomical landmarks and other points and channels.
This is a book that belongs in the pocket of every practitioner, where it will become a well-thumbed treasure.
Stephen Seiji Brown, EAMP, born in 1954 in Wakayama, East Asian Medical Practitioner with focus on Japanese-styles; translation of Japanese texts of traditional medicine; writing and editing for professional journals (NAJOM), teacher/lecturer on Japanese-style acupuncture, moxibustion & bodywork. Anma, shiatsu, and massage license 1982 Japanese Ministry of Health; acupuncture and…
Shudo Denmei was born in Ohita, Japan in 1932. As a child he contracted pulmonary tuberculosis, but recovered through acupuncture and moxibustion treatments. He subsequently apprenticed to Miura Nagahiko (the acupuncturist who saved his life) and was trained in the Sawada style of acupuncture. He opened his own practice in…