Typical TCM Therapy for Cervical Spondylosis

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Compiled by Huang Guicheng et al.; Translated by Huang Guoqi et al.
Published by Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
ISBN: 7-81010-793-3; 1st Edition 2004; 2nd Printing 2005
Language: Chinese-English; 323 Pages; 5.55x8 inch; Paperback

Brief Description
The series of "An English-Chinese Guide to Clinical Treatment of Common Diseases (more info)" is compiled to assist foreign students to have a better study of clinical knowledge of TCM.  The entire series consists of 10 volumes including this book titled with ‘Typical TCM Therapy for Cervical Spondylosis.’

Cervical spondylopathy is a commonly-encountered disease extremely complicated in etiology, pathogenesis, and clinical manifestations, with a high incidence and great harm to the health of the mankind.  Chinese medicine is a great treasure house and is better in the therapeutic results for cervical spondylopathy.

The book consists of three parts: The general introduction in Part One explains briefly the main points in pattern identification and diagnosis.  The specific therapies in Part Two introduce in detail over ten therapeutic modalities such as Chinese massage, traction manipulation, herbal medicine, acupuncture and moxibustion.  The experience of senior Chinese medical doctors in Part Three introduces the therapeutic experience of three famous doctors.  The whole book gives stress on the introduction of the specific therapeutic modalities in Chinese medicine.

Table of Content
Part One Pandect
      Section one General outline
      Section two Pattern classification
      Section three Main points in diagnosis
      Section four The knowledge of cervical spondylopathy in Chinese medicine
Part Two Typical Therapeutic Modalities
      Chapter One Chinese Massage Therapy
      Chapter Two Traction Therapy
      Chapter Three Herbal Therapy
      Chapter Four Acupuncture and Moxibustion Therapy
      Chapter Five Acupoint-Injecting Therapy
      Chapter Six Herbal Ion-Introduction Therapy
      Chapter Seven Chinese Herbal Pillow Therapy
      Chapter Eight Biological Holographic Therapy
      Chapter Nine Fixation Therapy
      Chapter Ten Physical Therapy
      Chapter Eleven Diet Therapy
      Chapter Twelve Prevention and Healthcare
Part Three Therapeutic Experience of Senior Famous Chinese Medical Doctors
      Section one Dr. Zhu Fangshou's therapeutic experience
      Section two Dr. Guo Weihuai's therapeutic experience 
      Section three Dr. Zhou Fuyi's therapeutic experience
Appendix 1 Chinese Herbs Cited in the Book
Appendix 2 Chinese herbal Formulas Cited in the Book
Appendix 3 Medical Treatises Cited in the Book

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