Diagnosis and Therapies in Chinese Medicine

Diagnosis and Therapies in Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine is an ancient science and is still used as a common way of treating disorders. The techniques used in chinese medicine such as acupuncture, massage and exercise and the use of herbal antidotes as opposed to modern medicine, are regarded as efficient ways of treating disorders. It uses the concept of yin and yang to divide the human body and then heal them with respective techniques. This book will discuss in detail the diverse concepts of chinese medicine, its diagnostics and theoretical applications and their efficiency. For readers who are interested in this field, the case studies and analysis included in the book will serve as an excellent guide to develop a comprehensive understanding of this field.

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