Diagnosis and Treatment of Trauma with Shen-Hammer and Classical Chinese Medicine
Author: Ross Rosen
Publisher: Singing Dragon
This book describes in detail the effects and ongoing impacts of trauma on the body and mind and provides the 'missing piece' in the treatment of these stubborn conditions that every practitioner confronts. Heart Shock refers to the systemic impact that emotional and/or physical trauma has on one's physiology and psychology, interfering with one's ability to heal, and also directly attributable to a host of progressive pathology. Synthesizing the teachings of Jeffrey Yuen and the Shen-Hammer lineage and focusing heavily on psychology, Ross Rosen addresses how to identify, diagnose, and treat Heart Shock from multiple perspectives, providing a multi-faceted approach to treatment, including all the acupuncture channel systems, herbal medicine and the use of essential oils. The approach presented can also be expanded to treat any condition or disease process.
A Handbook for Naturally Preventing and Healing Diabetes Mellitus
Author: Dr. Akmal Muwwakkil
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Sweet Mysteries of Life a Handbook for Naturally Preventing and Healing Diabetes Mellitus is a researched, evidenced based book, containing studies published by universities, health departments, hospitals, governments agencies and scholars throughout the world. Sweet Mysteries of Life identifies the connection between foods; substance consumed that cause malabsorption of nutrients resulting in malnutrition, which is the major cause of diabetes and its complications. Sweet Mysteries of life guides you through information on nutrition, anatomy, minerals, vitamins, nutritional supplementation, traditional Chinese medicine, and a protocol identifying methods used by Dr. Muwwakkil’s client. The book includes two case studies providing results from the protocols.
Control Pain and Recover from Addiction with Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Herbs, Nutritional Supplements & Meditation and Lifestyle Practices
Author: Catherine Browne
Publisher: Storey Publishing
With opioid dependency at epidemic levels, Catherine Browne, a doctor of acupuncture and Oriental medicine, provides an accessible and practical guide to the effective use of natural therapies in helping people wean off opioids, manage withdrawal symptoms, and address pain without opioids. Drawing on her extensive clinical experience, Dr. Browne explains how Chinese medicine, acupuncture and acupressure, herbs, essential oils, nutritional supplements, meditation, and exercise can be used to address addiction and restore the body to optimal functioning. Individuals and families who are struggling with addiction, as well as medical practitioners and holistic healthcare professionals, will find help and encouragement in Dr. Browne’s detailed protocols and advice for integrating natural therapies with traditional medical treatment. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
Contemporary Oriental Medicine: Concepts is a bold new volume by the acclaimed master of Chinese Medicine, Dr. Leon Hammer, M.D. The culmination of over sixty years' experience, Concepts represents a lifetime of work, study, and devotion to the search for a true path to healing. Following on from the teachings of his mentor, Dr. John H.F. Shen, Dr. Hammer presents an evolved and updated understanding of the medicine of the renowned Menghe-Ding lineage of Chinese Medicine, of which he is now a successor. Concepts is much more than a practical manual, although it is brimming with valuable clinical advice. It also presents a new philosophy: a new way of looking at medicine, and at the world in which we live. Contemporary Oriental Medicine is about so much more than just where to insert needles, or which herbs to prescribe. Rather, it represents a paradigm shift in healing and awareness, giving both patients and practitioners the tools they need to enact real recovery, and change their lives for the better. Exploring, among other subjects, theories on Ecology, 'Terrain, Stress, Root, and Vulnerability', the vital role of the Liver in Chinese Medicine, the critical importance of Lifestyle as a cause and resolution of disease, and Dr. Hammer's remarkable insight into the 'Separation of Yin and Yang' and 'Qi Wild' as disease processes throughout life, this book brings together, for the first time, the truly outstanding body of work that constitutes the main tenets of Contemporary Oriental Medicine. A rewarding read and an essential addition to the libraries of practitioners and students alike, Contemporary Oriental Medicine: Concepts will change the modern world of Chinese medicine.
Qigong is an integrated mind-body healing method that has been practiced with remarkable results in China for thousands of years. The Chinese have long treasured qigong for its effectiveness both in healing and in preventing disease, and more recently they have used it in conjunction with modern medicine to cure cancer, immune system disorders, and other life-threatening conditions. Now in this fascinating, comprehensive volume, renowned qigong master and China scholar Kenneth S. Cohen explains how you too can integrate qigong into your life--and harness the healing power that will help your mind and body achieve the harmony of true health.
A foundation textbook explaining how point combinations work in acupuncture practice. The book explains how each point works and how best to combine points for good clinical results. Students and practitioners need to respond to clinical challenges in creative and flexible ways and this book guides them in the art of construction of effective treatment protocols. Clinically useful combinations are presented throughout, along with case studies showing the application of theory to practice.
Examining Complementary Medicine is one of the first books to take a critical look at complementary medicine from the inside, with contributions from leading figures in this growing field of interest. Until recently, criticism and analysis of complementary therapy has come exclusively from orthdox medicine, but with the widespread adoption of complementary therapies within conventional medical therapeutic practices, the time is now right for critical self-analysis on the part of practitioners within complementary therapies. Andrew Vickers has assembled leading figures to discuss the major concepts of complementary medicine and to expose hitherto hidden flaws in the reasonong and knowledge thought to underpin complementary medicine. the controversial nature of some of the contributions is intended to provoke further critical analysis within the professions, and it is hoped that the book will contribute to an intellectually rigorous theoretical basis for complementary practice.