Tung´s Acupuncture essential Principles needling the Distant Path

2011, 90 min.
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Tung’s acupuncture is a classical lineage that relies almost exclusively on minimal distal point needling. The most obvious feature of this lineage is an extensive use of extra points and the use of numerous microsystems arranged over every area of the body.
This system approach to acupuncture challenges the basic assumption that local needling is either necessary or even desirable, and can improve clinical efficacy with very simple needling.


McCann, H.

Dr. Henry McCann is a licensed acupuncturist and Oriental medicine practitioner in the United States. Dr. McCann completed his entry-level trainig at the New England School of Acupuncture, and then a doctorate in acupuncture and Oriental medicine with specialties in women´s health and geriatric medicine at the Oregon College of Oriential Medicine. He is also a graduate of Oberlin College (BA, BM) and was a Fulbright research fellow to Japan. Dr. McCann has thaught extensively in both the US and Europe. He is on the faculty of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (New York) and the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine doctoral program, and is the head lecturer for the Cork institue of Post-Graduate Acupuncture (Ireland). As a writer, Dr. McCann has been published several times in the international Journal of Chineses Medicine and is the author of Pricking the Vessels: Blootletting Therapy in Chinese Medicine. Madison, Amerika

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