Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine: Wang Ju-Yi's Lectures on Channel Therapeutics Hardcover – 21 Apr 2008
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I have been practising acupuncture for several years and this book has given me many 'light bulb' moments when something that I have struggled with suddenly falls into place. There are discussions between Jason Robertson and Dr Wang Ju-Yi that clarify particular points in more depth.
Interspersed with the theory and practical discussions are anecdotal stories told by Dr Wang Ju-Yi which bring the whole subject alive and put it in naturally within its cultural context. You are taken on a journey with a master, guided by a very knowledgable and enquiring apprentice. It is an absolute pleasure to read - beautifully written.
I cannot recommend it enough as a book that will inspire and illuminate, for both the student and experienced practitioner alike.
Dr Wang gives detailed explanations of various theoretical concepts which Western students may find puzzling. Particularly importantly, he explains how the Channels function physiologically in relation to Organ theory. This is a very important addition to the material found in standard English language textbooks. There are many helpful analogies which may help the student to grasp what Chinese Medicine theory is talking about.
The book is punctuated by a series of fascinating anecdotal articles which provide insight into various topics including Chinese food culture, clinical practice in Chinese hospitals and the history of modern TCM theory.
Applied Channel Theory is beautifully illustrated and printed with many helpful diagrams throughout. I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone who is studying acupuncture, Tuina massage or Chinese herbal medicine.
Dr wang Ju-Yi's understanding of acupuncture is at a very deep level. Jason Robertson has done a remarkable job in taking his knowledge and putting it into this textbook.
Simply put, this is the best clinical book on Chinese medicine. If you practice, study or are even interested in studying Acuuncture then buy it. Your patients will thank you.
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