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Point Locations, Functions and Indications By Larry Anthony Pannell L.Ac.
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This book is intended as a complete and easy reference for the professional acupuncturist, practitioner, massage therapist, physical therapist and as a reference and study guide for the students of... More > these professions. This is a reference book on traditional acupuncture points, including the extra non-channel points. The precise location, stimulation, point associations, functions and indications are represented for each point. Photographic illustrations of each point along the meridians and the internal pathways of those meridians are also represented. The “Group Point and Reference Section” includes traditional acupuncture point groupings for easy reference and their functions. Also in this section are written and photographic illustrations of proportional body measurements. This book was written for both the professional practitioner and student alike.< Less
Point Locations, Functions and Indications By Larry Anthony Pannell L.Ac.
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This book is intended as a complete and easy reference for the professional acupuncturist, practitioner, massage therapist, physical therapist and as a reference and study guide for the students of... More > these professions. This is a reference book on traditional acupuncture points, including the extra non-channel points. The precise location, stimulation, point associations, functions and indications are represented for each point. Photographic illustrations of each point along the meridians and the internal pathways of those meridians are also represented. The “Group Point and Reference Section” includes traditional acupuncture point groupings for easy reference and their functions. Also in this section are written and photographic illustrations of proportional body measurements. This book was written for both the professional practitioner and student alike.< Less
Brain Function and Dysfunction By Anand Madhu
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Alzheimer's Disease is rapidly increasing in prevalence. This pandemic of the post-industrial age wreaks havoc on the elderly people (some as young as 40), particularly in the richer and more... More > powerful nations. With only a few weak hypotheses, its cause is not understood; all proposed medicines have either failed clinical trials or proven ineffective. In this book, I lay out a new, relatively stronger and more broad-based theory of dementia causation, exploring beyond Matsuyama's 1989 theory that held pervasive Microtubule collapse to be a key characteristic of dementia. In brief: Psychological functions are carried out by neurocircuits containing myriads of Dopaminergic and Norepic systems; due to excessive electrical signalling in "dopamine-heavy" types of brains -- the signal conducting micro-tubules break down, causing the neuronal collapse which characterizes dementia. More the signalling volume, more the stress (either mechanical and/or thermal and/or chemical stress), which proves fatal in the end.< Less
The Missing Links in Traditional Medicine By Eric M. DeYoung
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Identifying the missing links in traditional medicine is a complimentary approach to conventional health techniques, beliefs and modalities. Connecting the mind and the body and helping educate... More > patients on why their body feels the way it does and providing healthy lifestyle choices to choose from provides them an avenue for accepting health as a choice and personal responsibility.< Less
Sexism in the Industry of Medicine By Amanda Feldman
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Despite vast improvements in not only medical technology, but the ways in which research and treatment are utilized, the institution of healthcare is still fundamentally a gendered product of... More > patriarchal ideology which seeks to dichotomize men and women. The principle objective of this research is to evaluate language, methods, treatments, patient bias, health effects on the body, and the overall medicalization of the body into a dichotomy of separate functions, and therefore treatments, based on preconceived notions of masculinity and femininity.< Less
Beck's answer: Synergetic medicine By Patrick Muller
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When television talking head Glen Beck had an acute medical incident recently and was hospitalized, ze discovered that while allopathic medical winks might be well versed in anatomy and physiology,... More > their medical templates and protocols lack communication, coordination, emotionalcognitive development and critical thinking. Allopathic medicine must yield simultaneously to and then pass alternative and functional (integrative) medicine and morph into synergetic medicine. Only synergetic medicine presents the metaphors that are adequate and the mythology that is enriching. "Beck's Answer" offers a very brief but completely invigorating introduction to synergetic medicine. If your physician isn't a "u kormidla" physician, approved to practice synergetic medicine, you should think of dumping hir. This book will explain why.< Less
Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine (Illustrated) By George M. Gould, Walter L. Pyle
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“Since the time when man's mind first busied itself with subjects beyond his own self-preservation and the satisfaction of his bodily appetites, the anomalous and curious have been of... More > exceptional and persistent fascination to him; and especially is this true of the construction and functions of the human body. Possibly, indeed, it was the anomalous that was largely instrumental in arousing in the savage the attention, thought, and investigation that were finally to develop into the body of organized truth which we now call Science. As by the aid of collected experience and careful inference we to-day endeavor to pass our vision into the dim twilight whence has emerged our civilization, we find abundant hint and even evidence of this truth. To the highest type of philosophic minds it is the usual and the ordinary that demand investigation and explanation.”< Less
Hypnotherapy In Medicine, Psychology, Magic By Andreas Sofroniou
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Hypnotherapy, or human hypnosis, is a trance-like condition involving apparent alteration in consciousness and memory, during which the hypnotized subject becomes susceptible to the hypnotist's... More > suggestions. These may produce anaesthesia (absence of sensation), analgesia (insensitivity to pain), paralysis, or apparent regression to childhood functioning. Post-hypnotic suggestions made during hypnosis influence the subject after the trance has ended and may induce the subject to forget what has occurred during hypnosis (post-hypnotic amnesia). Hypnotherapeutic, or hypnotic, suggestibility differs from person to person. A tendency to vivid daydreams and willingness to be hypnotized characterize those who are susceptible. Hypnosis can be used in dentistry, obstetrics, and psychotherapy. In all cases, the patient's belief in its efficacy seems crucial. It was the study of hypnosis, which led Freud to explore the unconscious mind and develop his theory of psychoanalysis.< Less
HYPNOTHERAPY in MEDICINE, PSYCHOLOGY, MAGIC By Andreas Sofroniou
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Hypnotherapy, or human hypnosis, is a trance-like condition involving apparent alteration in consciousness and memory, during which the hypnotized subject becomes susceptible to the hypnotist's... More > suggestions. These may produce anaesthesia (absence of sensation), analgesia (insensitivity to pain), paralysis, or apparent regression to childhood functioning. Post-hypnotic suggestions made during hypnosis influence the subject after the trance has ended and may induce the subject to forget what has occurred during hypnosis (post-hypnotic amnesia). Hypnotherapeutic, or hypnotic, suggestibility differs from person to person. A tendency to vivid daydreams and willingness to be hypnotized characterize those who are susceptible. Hypnosis can be used in dentistry, obstetrics, and psychotherapy. In all cases, the patient's belief in its efficacy seems crucial. It was the study of hypnosis, which led Freud to explore the unconscious mind and develop his theory of psychoanalysis.< Less
Meridian Medicine - Pocket Reference Guide By Vasu K Brown, MD
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Meridians or Channels are seen as the pathways through which the qi or Energy and blood produced internally or Lymphatic fluids from internal organs circulate throughout the body. The meridians were... More > described in ancient Indian and Chinese earliest recordings on Medicine. Their function in the body is a mixture of nourishment, integration, communication and regulation. As well as providing nourishment, they link the internal organs with various tissues of the superficial areas of the body to make the body an organic whole, and allow for internal adaptation to external changes. Nadi means channel and refers to the energy pathways through which the energy flows. Vaithiyam means Medicine. This form of Medicine in Ancient India was taught as Nadi Vaithiyam. The Ancient Meridian medical practice has both baffle and intrigue as to how and why it works which cannot be answered in modern scientific terms. The goal of this book is the most general introduction to this fascinating science.< Less