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Autor: Gabriel Stux
ISBN-13: 9783642491139
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 314
Gewicht: 357 g
Format: 207x128x19 mm
Sprache: Englisch
1 Introduction.- Growth of Clinical Acupuncture in the West.- 2 Scientific Basis of Acupuncture.- 2.1 Acupuncture Analgesia (Basic Research).- 2.1.1 Neural Mechanisms of Acupuncture Analgesia.- 2.1.2 Evidence for Endorphins and Acupuncture Analgesia.- 2.1.3 Evidence for Midbrain Monoamines and Acupuncture Analgesia.- 2.1.4 Evidence for Pituitary Hypothalamic System and Acupuncture Analgesia.- 2.1.5 Conclusions.- 2.2 Acupuncture Analgesia for Chronic Pain.- 2.3 Drug Addiction.- 2.4 Nerve Regeneration, Cardiovascular, Antiemetic.- and Urogenital Effects of Acupuncture.- 2.5 Acupuncture Points (Do They Really Exist?).- 2.5.1 Does Needling at True Points Work Better Than Needling at Sham Points?.- 2.5.2 Are There Unique Anatomical Structures at Acupuncture Points?.- 2.5.3 Do Acupuncture Points Have Unique Physiological Features?.- 2.5.4 What Nerves Are Activated by Acupuncture?.- 3 Background and Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine.- 3.1 Tao, Yin, and Yang.- 3.2 The Vital Energy, Life Force: Qi.- 3.3 Pathogenesis of Chinese Medicine.- 3.4 The System of Five Phases.- 3.5 Diagnosis in Traditional Chinese Medicine.- 4 Channels, Organs, and Points.- 4.1 System of Channels and Organs.- 4.2 Point Categories.- 4.2.1 Shu Points or Transport Points.- 4.2.2 Mu or Alarm Points.- 4.2.3 Influential Points, Hui Xue.- 4.2.4 Xi-Cleft Points.- 4.2.5 Five Shu Points.- 4.2.6 Tonification Point.- 4.2.7 Sedative Point.- 4.2.8 Jing Well Point.- 4.2.9 Ying Point.- 4.2.10 Yuan Source Point.- 4.2.11 Jing Point.- 4.2.12 He Sea Point.- 4.2.13 Luo Connecting Point.- 4.2.14 Confluent Points.- 4.3 Methods of Point Location.- 4.4 Description of Channels and Points.- 4.4.1 Lung Channel.- 4.4.2 Large Intestine Channel.- 4.4.3 Stomach Channel.- 4.4.4 Spleen Channel.- 4.4.5 Heart Channel.- 4.4.6 Small Intestine Channel.- 4.4.7 Urinary Bladder Channel.- 4.4.8 Kidney Channel.- 4.4.9 Pericardium Channel.- 4.4.10 Sanjiao Channel.- 4.4.11 Gallbladder Channel.- 4.4.12 Liver Channel.- 4.4.13 Du Mai.- 4.4.14 Ren Mai.- 4.4.15 Extra Points.- 5 Technique of Acupuncture.- 5.1 Acupuncture Needles.- 5.2 De Qi Sensation.- 5.3 Tonifying and Sedating Methods of Stimulation.- 5.4 Sterilization of the Needles.- 5.5 Complications of Acupuncture Treatment.- 5.6 Moxibustion.- 5.7 Acupressure.- 5.8 Laser Acupuncture.- 6 Acupuncture Treatment.- 6.1 Principles of Acupuncture and Rules of Point Selection.- 6.2 Locomotor Disorders.- 6.2.1 Cervical Spondylitis, Torticollis, Rheumatoid Arthritis.- 6.2.2 Intercostal Neuralgia, Trauma of the Thorax, Ankylosing SpondyHtis, Zoster Neuralgia.- 6.2.3 Sciatica, Lumbar Pain.- 6.2.4 Periarthritis Humeroscapularis, Frozen Shoulder.- 6.2.5 Epicondylitis, Tennis Elbow.- 6.2.6 Coxarthrosis, Coxarthritis.- 6.2.7 Gonarthrosis, Pain in the Knee Joint.- 6.2.8 Rheumatoid Arthritis.- 6.3 Respiratory Disorders.- 6.3.1 Common Cold.- 6.3.2 Maxillary Sinusitis.- 6.3.3 Frontal Sinusitis.- 6.3.4 Chronic Bronchitis.- 6.3.5 Bronchial Asthma.- 6.4 Cardiovascular Disorders.- 6.4 1 Coronary Heart Disease with Angina Pectoris.- 6.4 2 Cardiac Neurosis.- 6.4 3 Exhaustion Conditions in Heart Disease.- 6.4 4 Hypertension.- 6.4 5 Hypotension.- 6.4 6 Disturbances of Peripheral Blood Supply.- 6.5 Gastroenterological Disorders.- 6.5 1 Gastritis, Gastroenteritis.- 6.5 2 Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers.- 6.5 3 Diarrhea.- 6.5 4 Irritable Bowel Disease.- 6.5 5 Constipation.- 6.5 6 Cholangitis, Cholecystitis, BiHary Dyskinesia, Biliary Cohc.- 6.6 Mental Disturbances and Illnesses.- 6.6 1 Depression.- 6.6 2 Exhaustion Conditions.- 6.6 3 Agitation.- 6.6 4 Sleep Disturbances.- 6.6 5 Drug Addiction.- 6.6 6 Alcohol Addiction.- 6.6 7 Nicotine Addiction.- 6.6 8 Overweight, Weight Loss.- 6.7 Neurological Disorders.- 6.7 1 Headache and Migraine.- 6.7 2 Trigeminal Neuralgia.- 6.7 3 Hemiparesis.- 6.7 4 Facial Paresis.- 6.7 5 Epilepsy.- 6.8 Gynecological Disorders.- 6.8 1 Dysmenorrhea.- 6.8 2 Pain Caused by Gynecological Tumors.- 6.8 3 Analgesia During Childbirth.- 6.9 Urological Disorders.- 6.9
Previously only available as part of Stux ' Acupuncture - Textbook and Atlas , the selector is now available in a package together with three new posters which depict the most important acupuncture points topographically. Photographs of the human skin were deliberately not used, as they do not allow the structures directly beneath the surface to be portrayed. To ensure a clear and exact representation, the bones have been drawn in the background. The selector presents the various categories of acupuncture points in tabular form, enabling the user to recognize the most important points of a meridian at a glance. An indispensable aid for every acupuncturist.
Autor: Gabriel Stux
ISBN-13:: 9783642491139
ISBN: 3642491138
Verlag: Springer, Berlin, Springer
Gewicht: 357g
Seiten: 314
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1995
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 207x128x19 mm, 70 SW-Abb.