ISBN 7117063793Author: Jiang Song He & Lou XinfaPaperback 314 pages 7.5'x10' Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House, Published in 2004
CHINESE ACUPUNCTURE AND MASSAGE: A CONCISE ANNOTATION (Chinese/English)
The purposes of this book are to summarize acupuncture and Chinese massage, interpret useful components of their science, communicate this in modern Chinese. Developed out of the research, study and practice of professors and practitioners at the Wenzhou Medical College in the Zhejiang Province, it attempts to explain the theories and techniques of ancient acupuncture and Chinese massage in modern Chinese. It draws upon many years of experience in the practice of Chinese and Western combined medicine, and is intended to provide useful knowledge and guidance for medical professionals who are interested in ancupunture, moxibustion and Chinese massage, as well as to serve as a helpful text for medical students.
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