Anatomical Illustration of Acupuncture Points
Author: Guo Chang-qing, Bo Hu, Nai-gang Liu
Pages: 568 pages
The intent of Anatomical Illustration of Acupuncture Points is to provide a clear and exact point location manual, giving readers the tools and knowledge required to master the art of acupuncture point location. An invaluable compilation of experienced traditional Chinese medical doctors such as Professor Guo Chang-qing, Dr. Liu Nai-Gang, and Dr. Hu Bo, this book provides a detailed description of all the acupuncture points along the channels and vessels as well as important extra points. Each point has a complete description of point locations with their indications, actions and clinical combinations. It also includes various needling and moxibustion techniques along with vivid cross anatomical illustrations.
With 1,315 vivid cross anatomical illustrations, this important tool may serve as an academic and practical reference for the student and practitioner alike in both their clinical and teaching work.
Professor Guo Chang-Qing is a Chief Physician and doctoral supervisor at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. He is also the chief professor of the Teaching Department of the School of Acupuncture and moxibustion. Nationally, he is the executive director and deputy secretary-general of the literature department of the Acupuncture-Moxibustion professional committee and the Acupotomology branch at the China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion. Professor Chang is also the commissioner of Beijing Professional Committee for Modern Research of Acupuncture-Moxibustion. He has been a guest scholar in Spain, Korea, Poland and Singapore.
Dr. Hu Bo works in the acupuncture-moxibustion department of TCM, and mainly focuses on modern research of the theory of acupuncture at the Beijing University of TCM and acupuncture for esthetics purposes. He has acted as chief editor on two books and co-author of six TCM books.
Dr. Liu Nai-gang mainly focuses on modern research of the theory of acupuncture at the Beijing University of TCM and edited one book and was co-author of three other TCM books.