TCM China:

Typical TCM Therapy for Cervial Spondylosis

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

14cm¡Á20.3cm,   

323 pages; 7, 2004.

ISBN 

7-81010-783-3 

  Author, Xie Jianqun.

Published by Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine Press.

 

Contents

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

Section one Therapeutic functions

Section two Commonly used manipulations

Section three Therapeutic methods

Section four Points for attention

Section five Contraindications

Chapter Two Traction Therapy

Section one Therapeutic functions

Section two Traction Therapy

Section three Points for attention

Section four Contraindications

Chapter Three Herbal Therapy

Section one Internal therapy

1.      Treatment by pattern identification

2.      Chinese patent medicines

Section two External therapy

1.      Topical application method

2.      Applying and chafing method

3.      Steaming and washing method

4.      Hot compression method

Chapter Four Acupuncture and Moxibustion Therapy

Section one Filiform needle method

1.      The selection of acupoints

2.      The needling techniques

3.      Points for attention

Section two Electric acupuncture method

1.      Operating method

2.      Points for attention

Section three Moxihustion methods

1.      Moxa stick moxibustion

2.      Warming needle moxibustion

3.      Ginger-isolated moxibustion

Chapter Five Acupoint-Injecting Therapy

Section one The selection of acuoints

1.      Look for Ashi point

2.      Select acupoints by pattern identification

3.      Look for positive reaction spots

Section two Commonly used herbal drugs

Section three Operating method

Section four Points for attention

Section five Contraindications

Chapter Six Herbal Ion-Introduction Therapy

Section one Therapeutic functions

Section two Operating methods

Section three Points for attention

Section four Indications

Section five Contraindications

Section six Commonly used herbal drugs

Chapter Seven Chinese Herbal Pillow Therapy

Section one Manufacturing methods

Section two Therapeutic functions

Section three Applying methods

Chapter Eight Biological Holographic Therapy

Section one Therapeutic principles

Section two Therapeutic methods

Chapter Nine Fixation Therapy

Section one Therapeutic functions

Section two Fixation methods

Section three Indications

Section four Points for attention

Chapter Ten Physical Therapy

Section one Therapeutic functions

Section two Exercising methods

Section three Indications

Section four Points for attention

Chapter Eleven Diet Therapy

Section one Food intake upon symptoms

Section two Commonly used recipes

Chapter Twelve Prevention and Healthcare

Section one Maintain good neck posture

Section two Avoid traumatic injuries in neck

Section three Avoid overfatigue in neck

Section four Avoid traumatic injuries in neck

Section five Sleep with low and soft pillow

Section six Intensify physical exercise in neck

Section seven Self-massage and healthcare

Part Three Therapeutic Experience of Senior Famous Chinese Medical Doctors

Section one Dr. Zhu Fangshou¡¯s therapeutic experience

1.      The rotation manipulation by uplifting the neck

2.      The internal therapy on pattern identification

3.      Functional exercises

4.      Supportable and portable neck supporter therapy

5.      Chinese herbal pillow therapy

6.      Case examples

Section two Dr. Guo Weihuai¡¯s therapeutic experience

1.      Pattern identification

2.      Therpeutic methods

Section three Dr. Zhou Fuyi¡¯s therapeutic experience

1.      Treatment by pattern identification

2.      Traction with jaw pillow

3.      Chinese massage therapy

4.      Herbal pillow

5.      Case example

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