Veterinary Acupuncture - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780323009454

Veterinary Acupuncture

2nd Edition

Ancient Art to Modern Medicine

Authors: Allen Schoen
Hardcover ISBN: 9780323009454
Imprint: Mosby
Published Date: 5th September 2000
Page Count: 648
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<STRONG>Schoen: Veterinary Acupuncture, 2~ Edition</STRONG><br>Part One Fundamentals of Veterinary Acupuncture<br> 1 History and concepts of veterinary acupuncture<br> 2 Anatomy and classification of acupoints<br> 3 Neurophysiologic basis of acupuncture<br> 4 Research in veterinary acupuncture<br> <EM>5 </EM>Global acupuncture research: previously untranslated studies<br> 6 Oriental concepts of acupuncture<br> 7 Techniques and instrumentation<br> 8 Acupuncture point selection<br><br>Part Two Acupuncture in Small Animals<br>9 Canine acupuncture atlas<br>10 Traditional Chinese medical diagnosis in small animals<br>11 Acupuncture for musculoskeletal disorders<br>12 Acupuncture for longitudinal muscle system approach to canine lameness<br>13 Acupuncture for neurologic disorders<br>14 Acupuncture for thoracolumbar and cervical disk disease<br>15 Trigger point therapy<br>16 Acupuncture for critical care<br>17 Acupuncture for cardiovascular disorders<br>18 Traditional Chinese medical treatment for heart disease<br>19 Acupuncture for chronic respiratory conditions<br>20 Acupuncture for gastrointestinal disorders<br>21 Acupuncture for reproductive disorders<br>22 Acupuncture for immunologic disorders<br>23 Acupuncture for dermatologic disorders<br>24 Acupuncture for surgical analgesia and postop analgesia with acupuncture<br>25 Gold bead implants<br>26 Acupuncture for the Avian Patient<br>27 Ear acupuncture<br>28 Incorporation of acupuncture into a small animal practice<br><br>Part Three Acupuncture in Large Animals<br>29 The location of equine back shu pointsL transpositional Chinese vs. traditional<br>30 Traditional equine acupuncture atlas<br>31 Transpositional equine acupuncture atlas, including cross reference of equine acupuncture points<br>32 Diagnostic acupuncture in horses<br>33 Acupuncture treatment for musculoskeletal and neurologic condition in horses<br>34 Acupuncture for treatment of chronic back pain in horses<br>35 Treatment of equine gastrointestinal disease with acupuncture<br>36 Acupuncture treatment for miscellaneous conditions in horses<br>37 Equine <EM>ting-zone </EM>therapy<br>38 Equine traditional Chinese medical diagnosis<br>39 Whole-horse approach to acupuncture in performance horses<br>40 Equine biomechanics in acupuncture<br>41 Acupuncture in cattle<br>42 Porcine acupuncture<br><br>Part Four Additional Topics<br>43 Failures in veterinary acupuncture<br>44 Veterinary manipulative therapies

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<STRONG>Schoen: Veterinary Acupuncture, 2~ Edition</STRONG><br>Part One Fundamentals of Veterinary Acupuncture<br> 1 History and concepts of veterinary acupuncture<br> 2 Anatomy and classification of acupoints<br> 3 Neurophysiologic basis of acupuncture<br> 4 Research in veterinary acupuncture<br> <EM>5 </EM>Global acupuncture research: previously untranslated studies<br> 6 Oriental concepts of acupuncture<br> 7 Techniques and instrumentation<br> 8 Acupuncture point selection<br><br>Part Two Acupuncture in Small Animals<br>9 Canine acupuncture atlas<br>10 Traditional Chinese medical diagnosis in small animals<br>11 Acupuncture for musculoskeletal disorders<br>12 Acupuncture for longitudinal muscle system approach to canine lameness<br>13 Acupuncture for neurologic disorders<br>14 Acupuncture for thoracolumbar and cervical disk disease<br>15 Trigger point therapy<br>16 Acupuncture for critical care<br>17 Acupuncture for cardiovascular disorders<br>18 Traditional Chinese medical treatment for heart disease<br>19 Acupuncture for chronic respiratory conditions<br>20 Acupuncture for gastrointestinal disorders<br>21 Acupuncture for reproductive disorders<br>22 Acupuncture for immunologic disorders<br>23 Acupuncture for dermatologic disorders<br>24 Acupuncture for surgical analgesia and postop analgesia with acupuncture<br>25 Gold bead implants<br>26 Acupuncture for the Avian Patient<br>27 Ear acupuncture<br>28 Incorporation of acupuncture into a small animal practice<br><br>Part Three Acupuncture in Large Animals<br>29 The location of equine back shu pointsL transpositional Chinese vs. traditional<br>30 Traditional equine acupuncture atlas<br>31 Transpositional equine acupuncture atlas, including cross reference of equine acupuncture points<br>32 Diagnostic acupuncture in horses<br>33 Acupuncture treatment for musculoskeletal and neurologic condition in horses<br>34 Acupuncture for treatment of chronic back pain in horses<br>35 Treatment of equine gastrointestinal disease with acupuncture<br>36 Acupuncture treatment for miscellaneous conditions in horses<br>37 Equine <EM>ting-zone </EM>therapy<br>38 Equine traditional Chinese medical diagnosis<br>39 Whole-horse approach to acupuncture in performance horses<br>40 Equine biomechanics in acupuncture<br>41 Acupuncture in cattle<br>42 Porcine acupuncture<br><br>Part Four Additional Topics<br>43 Failures in veterinary acupuncture<br>44 Veterinary manipulative therapies

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No. of pages:
648
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Mosby 2001
Published:
Imprint:
Mosby
Hardcover ISBN:
9780323009454

About the Author

Allen Schoen