By Christina Matern
Praise for this book:
This is a welcome pocket reference for veterinarians who've already accomplished acupuncture education, yet aren't but expert within the position or use of the entire issues. -- Lorrie Hale-Mitchell, DVM, college of Illinois collage of Veterinary Medicine
Skillfully integrating conventional strategies of chinese language drugs with medical event and sleek clinical study, Acupuncture for canine and Cats brings jointly all present info in a single handy ebook. Its atlas-style structure, highlighted by way of thousands of full-color pictures and assisting textual content, makes it excellent as a short, undemanding reference within the hospital or education program.
- An easy-to-use, double-page unfold designed for quick retrieval of information--on the left, concise textual content describes the results, symptoms, localization, process, and intensity of insertion for every acupuncture element; at the correct, fine quality images exhibit all innovations
- Bones and muscle tissue were accurately drawn into each one photo, a invaluable device for localization of issues
- A finished dialogue of all acupuncture issues in all channels guarantees that you've complete mastery of the sphere
- A whole advent to the foundations of conventional chinese language drugs (TCM), channel platforms, TCM diagnostics, aspect choice, and aspect different types (such as Ting or Luo issues) offer a robust starting place within the innovations of veterinary TCM
The merely e-book to concentration completely on acupuncture for small animals, this useful, pocket-size atlas is exclusive within the box. It deals a wealth of functional wisdom and a pictorial reference for veterinarians, animal acupuncturists, scholars, and trainees whose objective is to supply the top point of remedy to the animals of their care.
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Extra resources for Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats: A Pocket Atlas
P. ; cm. Includes Index. ISBN 978-3-13-164511-1 (alk. paper) 1. Acupuncture–Atlases. 2. Dog–Diseases–Atlases. 3. Cat–Diseases–Atlases. [DNLM: 1. Acupuncture–Atlases. 2. Dog–Diseases–Therapy–Atlases. 3. Cat–Diseases–Therapy–Atlases. 1'8405–dc12 2012003980 This book is an authorized translation of the German edition published and copyrighted 2010 by Sonntag Verlag in MVS Medizinverlage Stuttgart GmbH & Co. KG, Stuttgart. Title of the German edition: Taschenatlas: Akupunktur bei Hund und Katze. Translator: Sabine Wilms, PhD, Taos, NM, USA.
During the Tang dynasty (618–907 CE), a comprehensive educational system for veterinary medicine was established. Between 705 and 707 CE, there were 600 veterinarians, four teachers, and 100 students at the Tai Pu Si. The Si Mu An Ji Ji (Collection of Ways to Care for and Treat Horses) is a book that systematically presents basic knowledge, diagnosis, and therapeutic techniques of Chinese veterinary medicine. In 659 CE, the government published the Xin Xiu Ben Cao (Newly Revised Materia Medica), which described 844 Chinese medicinal herbs for humans and animals.
Matern's empathetic concern and experience in caring for our four-legged friends expressed on every page. As a lecturer and author on classical Chinese medicine for humans, I have found her clinical insights inspiring and her distinctly personal perspective refreshing, and I have been fascinated by her skillful integration of the traditional concepts of Chinese medicine with her clinical experience and modern scientific research. In my mind, the contents of this book and Dr. Matern's style of veterinary medicine ultimately reflect the author's understanding of the connections between humans and animals and the macrocosm at large.
Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats: A Pocket Atlas by Christina Matern