Floral Acupuncture

Floral Acupuncture

Certified flower essence practitioner Deborah Craydon and licensed acupuncturist Warren Bellows combine their expertise to present an innovative and highly effective holistic method to treat body, mind, and spirit. By applying flower essences (in place of needles) to acupuncture points, it is possible to stimulate the movement of energy (chi), starting a powerful healing process. […]

Archetypal Acupuncture

Archetypal Acupuncture

The Chinese model of the Five Elements (wood, fire, metal, earth, and water) and the Twelve Officials (the organ systems that comprise the map of traditional Chinese medicine) has been applied as a system of medicine for three thousand years to balance chi, the vital force of the body. Archetypal Acupuncture explains to both acupuncturists […]

Acupuncture for Treating Common Side Effects Associated with Breast Cancer Treatment: A Systematic Review (Original Articles) (Report)

Acupuncture for Treating Common Side Effects Associated with Breast Cancer Treatment: A Systematic Review (Original Articles) (Report)

INTRODUCTION BREAST CANCER IS A LIFE-THREATENING disease that affects approximately 22,460 individuals in Canada each year. (1) Breast cancer is defined as cancer that has a site of origin in tissues of the breast, usually occurring in the ducts or lobules. (1) Medical treatment is known to increase survival rates in women with breast cancer […]

Pocket Atlas of Acupuncture and Trigger Points

Pocket Atlas of Acupuncture and Trigger Points

This concise pocket-sized acupuncture guide is what professionals have been asking for! It is the first pocket atlas to cover all the major body and ear acupuncture points, including extensive coverage of the trigger points. Detailed descriptions of the localization, needling depth, indications, and functions of each point are provided. The different schools of ear […]

The Patient-Practitioner Relationship In Acupuncture

The Patient-Practitioner Relationship In Acupuncture

Profit from a wealth of experience in interactions with your patients The Patient–Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture is written for acupuncturists and practitioners in the fields of alternative medicine searching for • effective ways of connecting better with their patients in all their diversity, and • the skills necessary to guide patients through emotional, psychological, and […]

Acute and Subacute Phase of Cerebral Infarction After Treatment with Acupuncture and Medical Therapy.

Acute and Subacute Phase of Cerebral Infarction After Treatment with Acupuncture and Medical Therapy.

Abstract: Stroke is the third leading cause of death in developed countries and the second cause of death in patients aged 65 years or more. Stroke is characterized by the sudden loss of circulation to an area of the brain, resulting in a corresponding loss of neurologic function. The aim of this study is to […]