Acupuncture Charts Free PDF Downloads
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The five element theory is the cornerstone of acupuncture and meridian therapy.
Clearly shows the relationship of the five elements (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood) .
Not sure which point to treat? This chart contains 41 Cardinal points that are specific for conditions, functions and areas of the body.
Each point is mapped out, listed by condition, point name is also listed by Chinese name with detailed description of point location.
Detailed anatomical acupuncture point locations with cardinal points, command points and five element correspondences.
Spinal anatomy, shoulder anatomy and TMJ anatomy.
Free yin yang symbols for use on your website or brochures.
Detailed anatomical point locations for over 400 points.
Images with numbered points.
Point formulas for many commonly treated conditions. These formulas contain many points, ideally one should keep the number of points used in any one session to a minimum. Usually, the number would be under 10. Master acupuncturists usually use less than 5 points. The ultimate aim of the Master is to cure with only 1 point.
Atlas of Acupuncture Points: 8.5" X 11" comb bound book, 70 pages. Lays flat for easy reading. For the student and doctor. Detailed anatomical point locations descriptions with indications. Chinese treatment formulas for commonly treated conditions. Including information on Chinese & Korean Hand Acupuncture, Laser Therapy, Pulse Diagnosis, Extraordinary Points, Treatment of Addictions with Auriculotherapy.