At the Beach on K'un Ming Hu (A Panorama of the Summer Palace)  
San Diego, California  
  
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The most important issue in doing acupuncture is "De Qi",  Getting the proper Qi. This is absolutely true.


Chapter 1 Calm the mind and settle the body

 

chapter 2  Neck and shoulder problems-basics

     2.1       N-S protocol

     2.2       Auto accident, work related injury,  cervical disc herniation

 

chapter 3 Neck and shoulder -complications, part 1

    3.1       Migraine and other headaches

    3.2       Ringing in the ear

    3.3       Dizziness

    3.4       TMJ

    3.5       Trigeminal neuralgia

    3.6       Grinding teeth

    3.7       Toothache and other dental problems

 

 

Chapter 4 Neck and shoulder-complications, part 2

    4.1       Upper or lower arm pain

    4.2       Carpel tunnel

    4.3       Numbness in the arm and fingers

            Reynaud’s syndrome

            Smokeless moxibustion

    4.4       Rotator cuff or frozen shoulder

    4.5       Trigger finger

 

Chapter 5 Low back pain: a big health issue

    5.1 Why low back pain

    5.2 Wang’s Low back treatment

    5.3 Most important requirement of needling       technique

    5.4   Strained and /or sprained low back muscles

    5.5  Other back pain complications:

            Herniated disc syndromes, stenosis and pinch nerves issues

            Pain at the SI joint

            Sciatic pain

            Calf pain and “Charley Horse”

 

Chapter 6 Joints problems:

    6.1       Painful joints or arthritis

    6.2       Golf elbow, tennis elbow

    6.3       Frozen shoulder

    6.4       Swollen joints and limbs

    6.5       Rheumatoid Arthritis

    6.6      Gout

Chapter 7 Foot and ankle problems

       Plantar fasciitis, heel pain, neuritis

 

Chapter 8 Emotional well being-A balanced mental attitude

Chapter 9 Urinary and bladder issues

    9.1       Interstitial cystitis

    9.2       Vaginal pain

    9.3       Painful urination

    9.4       Frequent urination

    9.5       Prostate issues          

 

Chapter 10 Digestive issues

    10.1     Nausea and vomiting

    10.2     Abdominal bloating

    10.3     Loose bowel or constipation

    10.4     Flank pain

    10.5     Abdominal issues related to surgery

 

Chapter 11 Scar tissues issues

Chapter 12 Icing or no icing

    Icing, no icing that is the million dollar question

Chapter 13 Swollen limbs

Chapter 14 Sexual abuse and book I recommend

 

Chapter 15 Bonuses: Acupuncture technique and other topics

            include: Steinke acupuncture protocol

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Meet the Doctor

Licensed, State of California. Practitioner of acupuncture and herbal medicine in Pacific Beach of San Diego and Corona area since 1998.

Faculty Member - Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, http://www.pacificcollege.edu/.

Expert Consultant - State of California Acupuncture Examination Board.

M.S. degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of the best TCM schools in U.S. http://www.actcm.edu/

M.S. degree in clinical chemistry from Cleveland State University. Ph.D. in electro and analytical/electrochemistry chemistry from Michigan State University, East Lansing.

R/D in biomedical industryy for over 16 years, developing life- saving clinical instruments and devices. Have one U.S. patent issued.

Resident of many fine cities in the U.S. including: Richmond, VA, Lincoln Park, NJ, Bayside, NYC, Lexington, MA, Dayton, OH, Indianapolis, IN ,Sandy, UT, San Francisco and the beautiful city of San Diego, California.

 

 

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Image from "At the Beach on K'un Ming Hu (A Panorama of the Summer Palace)", published in Peking the beautiful by Herbert Clarence White, 1927, courtesy of the public archive collections from the NYPL Digital Gallery.

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