TCM China:

Hand Therapy Traditional Chinese Remedies, Traditional Chinese Medicine Books

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

13.5cm¡Á20.3cm,

145 pages, 1997.

ISBN 

7-119-01901-5/R.137 

Author, Wang Sheng;  Wang Weidong.

Published by Beijing Foreign Languages Press.

 

Chapter 1

INTRODUCTION

¢ñ. Origin and Development of Hand Therapy

¢┛. Hand Therapy Indications, Characteristics, and Precautions

Chapter 2

COMMON ACUPOINTS FOR HAND THERAPY

Chapter 3

COMMON HAND THERAPY METHODS

¢ñ. Hand Therapy Massage

¢┛. Hand Therapy Acupuncture

¢┏. Hand Therapy Using Hand Bath

¢ô. Hand Therapy Using Hand qigong

¢õ. Hand Therapy Using Miscellaneous Methods

Chapter 4

TREATMENT OF COMMON DISEASES

¢ñ. Medical Diseases

1. Common cold

2. Cough

3. Shortness of Breath

4. Asthma

5. Heart palpitations

6. Bi-syndrome of chest

7. Stomachache

8. Hiccups

9. Vomiting

10. Dysphagia

11. Abdominal pain

12. Dysentery

13. Diarrhea

14. Constipation

15. Costal pain

16. Abdominal mass

17. Lumbago

18. Retention of urine

19. Incontinence of urine

20. Emission of semen

21. Impotence

22. Insomnia

23. Diabetes mellitus

24. Vertigo

25. Cerebral apoplexy

26. Muscular atrophy

27. Epilepsy

28. Psychosis

29. Dementia

30. Shock

31. Bi-syndrome

32. Numbness

33. Tetany

34. Headache

35. Febrile diseases

36. Malaria

37. Heat stroke

¢┛. Dermatological and Surgical Conditions

1. Stiff neck

2. Furuncle

3. Tuberculosis of cervical lymph nodes

4. Acute mastitis

5. Herpes zoster

6. Eczema

7. Urticaria

8. Neurodermatitis

9. Tinea manuum

¢┏. Gynecological Diseases

1. Dysmenorrhea

2. Menstrual headache

3. Amenorrhea

4. Postpartum bleeding shock

5. Postpartum convulsions

6. Body pain after childbirth

7. Oligogalactia

8. Infertility in women

9. Abdominal mass

¢ô. Pediatric Diseases

1. Convulsions

2. Anorexia

3. Stagnation of food

4. Indigestive malnutrition

5. Poliomyelitis

6. Retardation of development

7. General weakness

8. Scleroderma in newborns

¢õ. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Oral Cavity

1. Tinnitus and deafness

2. Nasal obstruction

3. Atrophic rhinitis

4. Toothache

5. Acute laryngitis

6. Sore throat

7. Deviation of mouth

8. Myopia

9. Pseudomembranous conjunctivitis

10. Scleritis

11. Paralytic strabismus

12. Glaucoma

13. Optic nerve atrophy

14. Drooping upper eyelid