By Xuemeii Li, Jingyi Zhao
Acupuncture styles & perform is a pragmatic, clinically orientated exposition of conventional chinese language prognosis and acupuncture remedy. The e-book involves 9 sequence of instances, every one dedicated to a kind of sickness that's ordinarily visible within the acupuncture sanatorium: universal chilly, cough, dizziness, headache, again ache, painful obstruction (bi), wind-stroke, insomnia and palpitations. In all the forty illustrative case histories the authors supply a step by step approach for using the conventional chinese language diagnostic paintings of differentiation of styles to those medical difficulties. greater than eighty charts graphically illustrate the fabric within the case histories, and every bankruptcy concludes with a diagnostic grasp chart.
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The three types of Liver yang disorder are stagnant Liver heat, Liver fire rising, and preponderance of Liver yang. Stagnant heat and Liver fire rising both are hot and excessive in nature, but the heat from stagnation is not as severe as Liver fire rising. There are other important differences in symptoms as well. Heat from stagnation tends to show an acute pattern of emotional depressive behavior that accompanies the heat symptoms, while Liver fire rising has stronger heat sym ptoms that cause obvious manifestations of consumption of the body fluids; the depressive symptoms are alwaysmilder in this pattern, however.
See Fig. 7. Cause of disease Phlegm The dizziness accompanied by nausea and poor appetite confirms the presence of phlegm, which upsets the directional flow of qi. Site of disease Head, Stomach, and Spleen The dizziness and tinnitus suggest involvement of the head. The nausea, vomiting, and belching indicate a Stomach disorder. The poorappetite, emaciation, and prolapsed rectum indicate a Spleen disorder. Pathological change Although there aremany causes of dizziness, phlegm is the most common.
The associated points are commonly used in treating deficiency patterns in the yin Organs. The associated points are usually punctured in gt&ups of three, four, or more. Many of the associated points are considered dangerous due to their proximity to the lung. Because of their precarious location only limited stimulation of the points isadvised. The points are chosen according to the result of the practitioner's diagnosis. Here the purpose is to nourish the Kidney, Lung, and blood. B-13 (fei shu) is a good point for nourishing the Lung yin and reinforcing the Lung qi.
Acupuncture Patterns and Practice by Xuemeii Li, Jingyi Zhao