Ling Shu Acupuncture Book
Ling Shu Acupuncture
Since the advent of Ling Shu, many authors have contributed to important interpretation of the original text for others to understand. However due to the complexity and depth of the text, there have been great discrepancies among the different interpretations, causing much confusion for acupuncture students and practitioners alike. Additionally, much of of the research have centered purely on the theoretical side, making the application of Ling Shu in a clinical setting virtually non-existent.
Ling Shu Acupuncture combines Ling Shu text and recognized principles to present acupuncture from a holistic clinical perspective. The book also covers over 2000 years of acupuncture history and the evolution of acupuncture practice.
What is Yin/Yang (Renying/Cunkuo) pulse diagnosis and its clinical applying?
How to select point and how many acupuncture points should to be selected in each treatment?
What is the proper timing for removing the needle?
What is the frequency of treatment for the dysfunctions of different Meridians?
What is the reinforcing and reducing techniques in Ling Shu?
How to check pulse to determine Yin/Yang rebalance after treatment?
Knowing these will enable acupuncture students and practitioners to understand and apply the teachings of Ling Shu in practice.
Ling Shu Acupuncture (English)
By Zhao Wang (Author), Jun Wang (Author)
Ling Shu Acupuncture (Chinese)
By Zhao Wang(Author), Jun Wang(Author)