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Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation:
Three Decades of Information from China

Acupuncture for Stroke RehabilitationAcupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation:
Three Decades of Information from China

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There are 5,400,000 people in the US living with long term disability due to stroke. With the information in this book, we can help them live a better life.

- Classical & standard contemporary acupuncture for emergency & rehabilitation
- Running needle, moxibustion, electro-acupuncture, magneto- therapy & herbal patches
- Special protocols by famous contemporary practitioners
- Body, scalp, ear, tongue, wrist- ankle, & ocular acupuncture
- The treatment of 23 post-stroke sequelae
- The outcomes of scores of clinical trials proving acupuncture's efficacy in the treatment of stroke

Traditional Chinese Medicine Stroke  
Jiao Shunfas Scalp Needling Method  
Clinical Trials of the Treatment of Stroke
Treatment Based on Paralytic Site
Traditional Acupuncture Treatment With Emphasis on Manual Manipilation Methods
Clinical Trials Exemplifying the Use of Special Techniques
Selecting Points Only on the Yang Ming Channels
Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation Muscular Atrophy of the Extremities
Muscular Tension of the Extremities
Disturbances in Mental Ability
Sensory Disturbance
Shoulder Pain  
Running Needles Technique on the Yin Channels
Prescription Based on the Flow of Qi in the
Paravertebral Poins Needling Technique
Tongue Acupuncture
Chinese Awn Needle Acupuncture
WristAnkle Needling Method
Magnetic Acupoint Therapy
Crowded Needling Technique
Setting the Mountain on Fire Technique
Biological Tide of the Flow of Qi Blood Technique
Moxibustion Method
Symmetrical Needling Method
Herbal Patch Application Method
Acupoint Hot Compress Method
He Gu Needling Method
Extraordinary Electroacupuncture Plus Moxibustion
Cutaneous Needling with Scalp Acupuncture
Acupuncture Treatment for the Acute Stage of Stroke
Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation Dysfunction of the Thumb
Dysfunction of the Wrist and Ankle Joints
Dysfunction of the Upper Extremity
Urinary Incontinence
Urinary Retention
Persistent Phrenospasm
Persistent Laughing After Stroke
SEVEN From Art to Science
Animal Studies
The Combination of Human Animal Studies
EIGHT Prevention
Risk Factors That Cannot Be Changed
When Should Something Be Done?
Symptoms of Emergency
Steps for Preventing a Stroke
Preventing Stroke With Professionally Prescribed Chinese Medicine
Other Chinese Medicinal Selfcare Methods to Help Reduce Stroke Risk
Preventing Stroke Through the Integration of Modern Western Medicine Complimentary Therapies
Living a Healthy Lifestyle
Additional Nutritional Therapies to Reduce Stroke Risk
Other Possibly Useful Vitamins and Herbs

Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation: Three Decades of Information from China

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