Diagram of Chinese Acupoints
This book is written with "accuracy, practicality, and simplicity" as guiding principles.
This book is written with “accuracy, practicality, and simplicity” as guiding principles. Clear lined drawings detail the points of the fourteen meridians, commonly used extra points and points of the micro-acupuncture systems. Learning acupoints is an important component of acupuncture study. Acupuncture points are special locations where the blood and qi from internal organs and meridians converge and disperse. These points are the primary focus of the practice of acupuncture and tuina.
The locations of acupuncture points reflect the government standards and currently acknowledged standards. They are separated into sections and areas. The author has combined more than 20 years of clinical and teaching experience to introduce easy point location methods and needling techniques for particular locations. The fourteen meridians are divided into various segments for comparisons that are helpful for clinical applications.
Author: Wang Lingling
Publisher: Phoenix Science Publishing，Ltd
Paperback 184 pp