I have 3 Kindles, so this is not a rant on Kindle, it is a a cautionary tale to others who like e versions of books for easy reference that are clear and as good as the printed text.
If I could return the Kindle version I would, my experience with Kindle format it is very poor for reading technical texts. After much frustration with the Kindle version, I bought the print version - but maybe you should would wait for the new text Yun-tao Ma is putting out soon before paying for this text.
The Kindle version graphics are muddy and not helpful - in the printed text they are clear.
The Kindle version text is hard to follow, the textbook flows as you can see the pictures and the text in relation to the topics discussed. As I was reading my Kindle version, the text would not make sense, because when I turned the page I was reading a description under a graphic, then back to main text - without knowing it until I flipped back and forth.
The Kindle version material seems to jumps from page to page, the text version is easy to read. I had the same problem on the lay out in the Dragon Speaking Kindle version, page beaks were weird, but the PDF version was clear.
Even after the class by Dr. Ma, the Kindle Kindle version was pretty useless until I had the print version. I have multiple versions of e-text readers for medical texts and will not buy another Kindle text (but I like the Kindle for pleasure reading , especially for travel).
I have taken courses from Chan Gunn, Janet Travel/David Simon, and last month from Yun-tao Ma in Boulder, CO. The material in the book is helpful, but best as a preview/review to the course. This is not a "read and do" text. If you understand the complexities of soft tissue pain, good command of 3D anatomy, and even better experience TP injections, then dry needling is a useful tool.
Placing a needle(s) for physiologic effect is what MD/DO/DC/PT's do. If you want to balance Yen/Yang, practice TCM, etc. go to acupuncture school.
In any case, don't by Kindle versions of technical/medical texts unless you are sure the quality of the e version is up to snuff.