eBook World Century Compendium To TCM: Volume 7: Introduction To Tui Na, 1st Edition

  • Volume 7
  • Published By: World Century Publishing Company
  • ISBN-10: 1938134230
  • ISBN-13: 9781938134234
  • DDC: 615.822
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 552 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released January 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

Traditional Chinese tui na, one of the earliest medical treatment methods with a long history tracing back to ancient times, is an important component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). This book is compiled with the aim of popularizing tui na modality along with allowing readers to understand and master the fundamental theories, basic techniques, commonly used acupoints and parts, and diagnosis and treatment methods of diseases in a relatively short period of time. The book is a summary of clinical experiences of tui na with practical contents and detailed illustrations, which can be easily appreciated and serve both purposes of the popularization of tui na and advancement in this field.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
World Century Compendium to TCM.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface to the Second Edition.
1: Week 1.
2: A Brief History of Tui Na.
3: Fundamental Knowledge of Tui Na.
4: Subject 2 — Meridians, Collaterals, and Acupuncture Points.
5: Circulation Pathways of the 14 Meridians and Vessels.
6: Commonly Used Shu Xue (Acupoints), Part I.
7: Commonly Used Shu Xue, Part II.
8: Week 2.
9: Commonly Used Shuxue, Part III.
10: Subject 3 — Common Diagnostic Methods for Tui Na.
11: Examination of the Lower Extremities.
12: Examination of the Torso.
13: Examination of the Neurological System.
14: Anatomy of Normal Bones and Joints under X-Rays.
15: Week 3.
16: Tui Na for Adults.
17: Rubbing.
18: Twiddling.
19: Smearing.
20: Lateral Striking with Palms Clasped.
21: Rotating.
22: Week 4.
23: Subject 2 — Tui Na Treatment for Adults.
24: Hypertension.
25: Stomachache.
26: Gastroptosis.
27: The Common Cold.
28: Chronic Bronchitis.
29: Week 5.
30: Coronary Heart Disease.
31: Diarrhea.
32: Constipation.
33: Chronic Cholecystitis.
34: Sequelae of Gastric Surgery.
35: Polyneuritis.
36: Week 6.
37: Facial Neuritis.
38: Dysmenorrhea.
39: Acute Mastitis.
40: Shoulder Periarthritis.
41: Humeral Epicondylitis.
42: Stenosing Tenosynovitis.
43: Week 7.
44: Ganglion Cyst.
45: Ischemic Contracture of the Forearm Muscles.
46: Distal Radioulnar Joint Injury.
47: Peripheral Nerve Injury.
48: Làozhĕn (Acute Stiff Neck).
49: Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction.
50: Week 8.
51: Cervical Spondylosis.
52: Sudden Hypochondriac Burst Injury.
53: Acute Lumbar Soft Tissue Injury.
54: The Third Lumbar Transverse Process Syndrome.
55: Degenerative Lumbar Spondylitis.
56: Kidney Deficient Lumbago.
57: Week 9.
58: Lumbar Disc Herniation.
59: Ankylosing Spondylitis.
60: Juvenile Kyphosis.
61: Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis.
62: Lumbar Spinal Stenosis.
63: Osteitis Condensansilii.
64: Week 10.
65: Developmental Lumbosacral Abnormalities.
66: Superior Cluneal Nerve Injury.
67: Piriformis Syndrome.
68: Suprapatellar Bursa Hematoma.
69: Medial Collateral Ligament Injury.
70: Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.
71: Week 11.
72: Rheumatoid Arthritis.
73: Hemiplegia.
74: Asthma.
75: Facial An Mo.
76: Pediatric Tui Na.
77: Subject 2 – Common Maneuvers in Pediatric Tui Na.
78: Week 12.
79: Subject 3 — Common Acupoints in Pediatric Tui Na.
80: Thoracic and Abdominal Acupoints.
81: Acupoints of the Back.
82: Acupoints of the Upper Extremities, Part I.
83: Acupoints of the Upper Extremities, Part II.
84: Acupoints of the Lower Extremities.
85: Week 13.
86: Subject 4 — Tui Na for Common Pediatric Diseases.
87: Fever.
88: Bronchial Asthma.
89: Coughs.
90: Infantile Malnutrition with Accumulation.
91: Constipation.
92: Week 14.
93: Nocturia.
94: Infantile Muscular Torticollis.
95: Scoliosis.
96: Sequela of Poliomyelitis.
97: Cerebral Palsy.
98: Ŏu TÙ (Vomiting).
Index.