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Reinventing Acupuncture: A New Concept Of Ancient Medicine

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Description In this revolutionary and innovative book, the author has shown that acupuncture points, meridians and the laws of acupuncture are largely an illusion. He has developed an entirely new system of acupuncture which is more closely allied to Western medicine, based upon a sophisticated understanding of acupuncture areas, radiation of sensation, and Strong Reactor patients, often using only a single gentle needle prick.

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Separate chapters deal with techniques of micro-acupuncture and periosteal acupuncture. This second edition contains important new material on the practical application of needling anywhere in the hand or foot to evoke a response in half of the body. This is consonant with the findings of neurophysiology, opening the door to future scientific investigation of acupuncture phenomena. There are also sections on hyper-micro acupuncture, the Inhibited Patient, the correct interval between treatments, and the symbiotic relationship between mind and body in successful treatment.


The theories discussed are simply explained for application in the everyday practice of acupuncture. Other books by the same author and publisher are: Points and Meridians in relation to surface anatomy” and Acupuncture: Cure of many diseases 2nd Edition”.

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Table of contents Mznn tradition to the twentieth century; Non-existent acupuncture points; Radiation and the non-existent meridians; Acupunctjre Reactors; Strong Reactors and drugs; The Inhibited Patient; The liver or upper digestive dysfunction; Psycho-somatic and somato-psychic conditions; Micro-acupuncture; Hyper-micro-acupuncture; Periosteal acupuncture; The ideal frequency of treatment by acupuncture; Where should the patient be needled?

Review quote “This new edition contains two new chapters, including a useful discussion of the best intervals to leave between treatments and when to re treat. The biggest innovation, however, is the description of what Mann calls Hyper Strong Reactors.


Mann originally introduced the idea of Strong Reactors patients who respond unusually strongly reunventing acupuncture and who generally do welland this is now widely accepted among practitioners of modern acupuncture, but now he has taken the notion further by identifying a subgroup who respond even more strongly. Mann s results are reproducible by other practitioners, ofter to the delight of their patients.

A highly recommended text to have for reference with clear diagrams of the aculuncture of radiation described.

Reinventing Acupuncture: A New Concept Of Ancient Medicine by Felix Mann

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