Acupuncture Energetics: A Workbook for Diagnostics and Treatment
|Rating||:||4.88 (884 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||144 Pages|
Mark D. The author of Acupuncture Energetics and Bodymind Energetics, he lectures at schools and conferences throughout the United States and maintains a private practice in New York City. . Seem, Ph.D., is a former president of the National Council of Acupuncture Schools and Colleges
Seem, Ph.D., is a former president of the National Council of Acupuncture Schools and Colleges and founder of the Tri-State Institute of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture in Stamford, Connecticut. The author of Acupuncture Energetics and Bodymind Energetics, he lectures at schools and conferences throughout the United States and maintains a private practice in New York City. About the Author Mark D.
"Seemingly" Energized! Dr. William Morse I have enjoyed working the problems in this "workbook" and have found the conceptual material good. It might help to know that this book depends heavily on two other works, namely: The Web That Has No Weaver : Understanding Chinese Medicine and Essentials of Chinese Acupuncture. Without these works, the workbook depends heavily on ones own knowledge, which makes it somewhat pointless. That being said, there is a weath of useful information and I found a new and simpler way to look at patients, patterns and treatment philosophy. I have also b. Practical and Conveys Conceptual Understanding David A. Burnet I found this book to be more practical than most books on the subject, and it also gives a good conceptual understanding -- something all too rare, in this area.If you want to learn what really works, is practical, and learn to go beyond using approaches that are like mechanical, rote formulasyou'll like this book.. "Acupuncture energetics" according to Julianne Petersen. The book is based on finding the answers in two other books (I didn't find that out until I bought it)The re-shelving cost was as much as the book, so I kept it.So, not usable as a teaching / learning tool unless you have the other two books but one is out of print and the other has revised and so the "refer to" pages are not there.
A leading practitioner offers a new approach to acupuncture that integrates Eight-Principle and Five-Phase diagnosis. Includes case histories and a workbook for treatment strategies.