By Christina Matern
Praise for this book:
This is a welcome pocket reference for veterinarians who've already accomplished acupuncture education, yet will not be but informed within the position or use of the entire issues. -- Lorrie Hale-Mitchell, DVM, college of Illinois university of Veterinary Medicine
Skillfully integrating conventional recommendations of chinese language drugs with medical adventure and smooth medical learn, Acupuncture for canines and Cats brings jointly all present details in a single handy booklet. Its atlas-style layout, highlighted via hundreds and hundreds of full-color images and assisting textual content, makes it excellent as a brief, undemanding reference within the sanatorium or education program.
- An easy-to-use, double-page unfold designed for speedy retrieval of information--on the left, concise textual content describes the consequences, symptoms, localization, procedure, and intensity of insertion for every acupuncture aspect; at the correct, top of the range images show all innovations
- Bones and muscular tissues were accurately drawn into each one picture, a useful device for localization of issues
- A accomplished dialogue of all acupuncture issues in all channels guarantees that you've got complete mastery of the sphere
- A whole creation to the rules of conventional chinese language drugs (TCM), channel platforms, TCM diagnostics, element choice, and element different types (such as Ting or Luo issues) offer a robust beginning within the recommendations of veterinary TCM
The merely e-book to concentration exclusively on acupuncture for small animals, this useful, pocket-size atlas is exclusive within the box. It deals a wealth of useful wisdom and a pictorial reference for veterinarians, animal acupuncturists, scholars, and trainees whose objective is to supply the top point of remedy to the animals of their care.
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Extra info for Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats: A Pocket Atlas
I find it very meaningful and would therefore like to share with you: “In the preface of the extensively studied and often cited classic Qian Jin Yao Fang (Essential Formulas Worth a Thousand Pieces of Gold), Sun Simiao (a Tang dynasty physician) describes the preparations required for anybody who wants to study medicine: First, you must familiarize yourself with the Su Wen (Plain Questions), Jia Yi Jing (A–Z Classic of Acupuncture and Moxibustion), and Huang Di Nei Jing (Inner Classic of the Yellow Emperor) (three classic texts of Chinese medicine), the 12 channels, the Chinese pulse locations, the five viscera and six bowels (the internal “organs” of Chinese medicine), the inside, the outside, the points, the medicinals, and the classic formulas.
Shen Shen is the spirit, the vitality or external manifestation of the internal condition of the body. Thinking is the dominant aspect of this concept. Shen means “wonderful,” “mysterious,” and is related to the eternal dimension of life, to the magical and heavenly aspects of being alive. Jin Ye Jin ye are all the other fluids except for blood (xue). They are two completely different substances: jin is a thin fluid that nourishes the skin and muscles and enters the blood. It forms sweat and urine.
Christina Matern Explanation of symbols: Points discussed on the opposite page Points added to aid in localizing the points discussed on the opposite page and discussed elsewhere in the book Points discussed on the opposite page, located on the back side of illustrated structures Points added to aid in localizing the points discussed on the opposite page, located on the back side of illustrated structures Acknowledgements Here I want to express my gratitude to those without whose support this work would have never been possible in the first place, as well as to those who took charge so energetically of the English translation.
Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats: A Pocket Atlas by Christina Matern