Chang Xiaorong

Needling Techniques for Acupuncturists, w. DVD

Basic Principles and Techniques

  • ISBN: 9781848190573
  • 2011, 80 pages

22,95 

Lieferzeit: ca. 5 - 10 Tage/days

Beschreibung

This introduction to the key principles of needling techniques for acupuncturists has been produced with the needs of the beginning student in mind, and serves as a core learning tool for beginners, and handy reference for later use.
Demonstrating all the essential knowledge required, the text covers everything from the basics of good practice in care of filiform needles, through methods of insertion, to manipulation and the arrival of Qi.
Reinforcing and reducing methods of acupuncture are explained and demonstrated, as are four essential needling manipulations of Dragon-Tiger-Tortoise-Phoenix, and the book concludes with practical chapters on the retention and withdrawal of needles, and the management and prevention of accidents. Explanations are clear and illustrated with diagrams, and fully demonstrated in action on the accompanying DVD.
For ease of use, all key manipulations and principles are indexed on the DVD for quick reference and easy repetition.
This practical book will be an invaluable learning and reference aid to all students of acupuncture and new practitioners.

Professor Chang Xiaorong is a doctorate advisor and leading teacher in the Human higher education system. She is the Director of the National TCM Administration’s Meridian-Organ Relationship Key Research Unit, as well as the director and academic leader of the Hunan Provincial Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tuina Key Discipline, director of the Hunan Acupuncture Provincial High Quality Courses, vice-president of the Hunan Acupuncture Association and research topic correspondent reviewer for the National Natural Sciences Foundation. She has been involved with acupuncture for thirty years and has taught on both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs. Professor Chang Xiaorong is a doctorate advisor and leading teacher in the Human higher education system. She is the Director of the National TCM Administration’s Meridian-Organ Relationship Key Research Unit, as well as the director and academic leader of the Hunan Provincial Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tuina Key Discipline, director of the Hunan Acupuncture Provincial High Quality Courses, vice-president of the Human Acupuncture Association and research topic correspondent reviewer for the National Natural Sciences Foundation. She has been involved with acupuncture for thirty years and has taught on both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs. Professor Chang Xiaorong is the Editor of Needling Techniques for Acupuncturists: Basic Principles and Techniques, also published by Singing Dragon.

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Chang Xiaorong

Chang Xiaorong

Professor Chang Xiaorong ist Doktorandenberater und leitender Lehrer im Bereich der menschlichen Hochschulbildung. Sie ist Direktorin der Meridian-Organ Relationship Key Research Unit der National TCM Administration sowie Direktorin und wissenschaftliche Leiterin der Hunan Provincial Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tuina Key Discipline, Direktorin der Hunan Acupuncture Provincial High Quality Courses, Vizepräsidentin der…