Wei-Chieh Young

One Needle Therapy

Pain Syndromes

  • ISBN: 9781943744053
  • 2018, 360 pages


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In acupuncture, more is not necessarily the best way. It is a long discussion but the question of how many acupuncture needles that a practitioner uses does not automatically correlate with the results at the end of the treatment. Many TCM-therapists who have studied in depths and have a good understanding of acupuncture know that if they have properly identified the individual pathologies and are familiar with the theoretical meaning of acupuncture, they can often find a solution to resolve pain with the use of only one needle.
The use of one needle is both an art and a science. This book is divided into two parts: General Theory and Other Theories. Clinically commonly seen pain syndromes are in this book also integrated. There are also explanations of the underlying reasons that a particular acupuncture point is effective and the theory of selecting such point accordingly. This will provide the practitioner with a higher confidence in selecting the single point to use clinically with agility.


Wei-Chieh Young

Wei-Chieh Young

Dr. Young Wei-Chieh was born in Qingdao, in Shandong Province, China. He was raised in Taiwan and presently resides in the United States. He earned Ph.D. degrees in philosophy from Beijing University, in medicine from Beijing TCM University, and in oriental medicine from Samra University of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Young…