By Houchi Dung
Practiced for greater than 2,000 years, acupuncture used to be constrained to the area of other medication. It used to be considered in keeping with legendary parts and never simply understood by means of these within the medical neighborhood. Acupuncture: An Anatomical technique, moment version dispels those notions and brings this as soon as backroom treatment into the forefront—explaining it in phrases that may be simply comprehended by means of all doctors. featuring a systematic, anatomical method of acupuncture, this quantity discusses: - the fundamentals of the anxious approach - Acupuncture issues situated within the head and face, shaped by means of the cranial nerves - The cervical plexus, which types acupuncture issues within the neck quarter - Acupuncture issues shaped by way of the brachial plexus within the higher limbs, spinal nerves within the physique trunk, and the lumbar–sacral plexuses within the reduce limbs - The anesthesia impression of biochemical components within the worried procedure - The size and quantification of soreness - functions of acupuncture in scientific perform, from situations effortless to regard to these more difficult - Theories at the way forward for acupuncture The therapy of ache, regularly, is arguable, as many cures have unintentional outcomes and unwanted side effects. Acupuncture offers a remedy that's fast, effortless to accomplish, and calls for no medicines. This quantity permits physicians, osteopaths, ache experts, chiropractors, and different overall healthiness pros to accomplish this potent remedy for his or her sufferers who event either persistent and acute discomfort.
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Extra resources for Acupuncture: An Anatomical Approach, Second Edition
He confessed that after his return, he had no courage to practice acupuncture because he still didn’t understand what it was all about. What troubled him the most was not being able to remember the terminology of acupuncture points. ” Naturally, he didn’t remember that the point is known in acupuncture as zanzhu. Nor did he remember the terms sibai and yifeng. Then, I told him that zanzhu represents the supraorbital nerve, sibai the infraorbital, and yifeng the greater auricular. Naturally, he had no problem knowing what these three nerves were.
Hurdles and obstacles that create inconvenience and hesitance in learning acupuncture can turn up in any direction. Some of them are self-inflicted, coming from within acupuncture communities themselves. Some are imposed from external environments. Examples of internally generated ambivalence will be discussed subsequently in this chapter to show why concepts, theories, or views presented by traditional acupuncture practitioners will be difficult for the medical mainstream to accept. Here, I offer three more examples to illustrate how and why external environments as educational systems in medicine can often hinder or obstruct the incorporation of acupuncture teaching into the medical curriculum.
There are five foramina identifiable on the skull bone of the face: the supraorbital, infraorbital, mental, zygomaticotemporal, and zygomaticofacial. Each of these has a cutaneous nerve running through it, carrying the same anatomical name as its foramen. Of these five foramina, the difference in size is visible in gross anatomy. Thus, the size of the five cutaneous nerve branches can be expected to be different. The biggest of them is the infraorbital. Next is the supraorbital, followed by the mental, zygomaticotemporal, and zygomaticofacial.
Acupuncture: An Anatomical Approach, Second Edition by Houchi Dung