Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Acupuncture books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.
- Acupuncture Points Handbook: A Patient’s Guide to the Locations and Functions of over 400 Acupuncture Points (Natural Medicine) (2017)
- The Spark in the Machine: How the Science of Acupuncture Explains the Mysteries of Western Medicine (2014)
- Color Atlas of Acupuncture: Body Points, Ear Points, Trigger Points (Complementary Medicine (Thieme Paperback)) (2008)
- Advanced Acupuncture a Clinic Manual (2013)
- A Patient’s Guide to Acupuncture: Everything You Need to Know (2019)
- Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture: The Practical Guide for an Acupuncturist (2018)
- Neuropuncture: A Clinical Handbook of Neuroscience Acupuncture, Second Edition (2017)
- Acupressure Card Deck: 50 Pressure Points That Alleviate Pain, Ease Stress and Anxiety, and Restore Health (2010)
- Chinese Scalp Acupuncture (2011)
- The Principles and Practical Application of Acupuncture Point Combinations (2019)
Acupuncture Points Handbook: A Patient’s Guide to the Locations and Functions of over 400 Acupuncture Points (Natural Medicine) (2017)
Did you ever wonder how acupuncture works? This book strips away the mystery. Each acupuncture point has unique functions, which are explained in plain English for the non-acupuncturist. How to do acupressure effectively to treat yourself. —- New Book Available: Acupressure Made Simple. This book explains which points are the best to treat different ailments. Acupuncture treats pain, stress, fatigue, emotional disorders, insomnia, digestive problems, and many internal disorders.
The Spark in the Machine: How the Science of Acupuncture Explains the Mysteries of Western Medicine (2014)
Why can salamanders grow new legs, and young children grow new finger tips, but adult humans can’t regenerate? What is the electricity that flows through the human body? Is it the same thing that the Chinese call Qi? If so, what does Chinese medicine know, that western medicine ignores?
Color Atlas of Acupuncture: Body Points, Ear Points, Trigger Points (Complementary Medicine (Thieme Paperback)) (2008)
A wealth of information on acupuncture in a single pocket-sized text!A flexi textbook that contains information on all the major body and ear acupuncture points, as well as an extensive coverage of trigger points. The text is augmented by 126 illustrations pertaining to body acupuncture, 48 illustrations on ear acupuncture, and 114 illustrations on trigger points.
The first book of its kind, the Advanced Acupuncture Clinic Manual contains detailed protocols for the application of the Complement Channels of acupuncture: the Sinew, Luo, Divergent and Eight Extraordinary Vessels. The book includes over one hundred drawings, diagrams, theory of the Complement Channels, guides for diagnosis, needling techniques, and much more. 466 pages.
Your handbook to heal with acupunctureHow does acupuncture work? Does it hurt? And can it really help you?
This is a self-learning guide of cosmetic acupuncture for an acupuncturist. This book explains cosmetic acupuncture points and insertion techniques with the various pictures and surface anatomy to help the readers easily apply these maneuvers in the clinical field.
Neuropuncture is the clinical manual of a groundbreaking acupuncture system that incorporates neuroscience into its clinical applications for pain management, orthopaedic conditions and internal medicine. It shows acupuncturists how to apply research into the neurophysiological mechanisms of acupuncture and electrical acupuncture to the traditional TCM model of healthcare.
Acupressure Card Deck: 50 Pressure Points That Alleviate Pain, Ease Stress and Anxiety, and Restore Health (2010)
Acupressure, the practice of applying finger pressure to specific pressure points throughout the body, has been used for thousands of years to relieve pain, promote relaxation, and heal illness. This card deck shows readers how to use acupressure techniques on themselves or others to naturally alleviate physical and emotional conditions from PMS, to migraines, to carpal tunnel syndrome.
Chinese Scalp Acupuncture (2011)
This new book could make a difference in the life of a patient when no other therapies will help.
A foundation textbook explaining how point combinations work in acupuncture practice. The book explains how each point works and how best to combine points for good clinical results. Students and practitioners need to respond to clinical challenges in creative and flexible ways and this book guides them in the art of construction of effective treatment protocols. Clinically useful combinations are presented throughout, along with case studies showing the application of theory to practice.
Best Acupuncture Books Worth Your Attention
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Advanced Acupuncture Research: From Bench to Bedside: From bench to bedside
Author(s): Ying Xia (editor)
ID: 3333561, Publisher: Springer, Year: 2022, Size: 69 Mb, Format: pdf
Acupuncture Points For Beginners: The science behind how acupuncture helps relieve pain triggers ASMR, reduces stress, anxiety, and improves sleep. discover all its benefits and improve your life
Author(s): Morimoto, Dr. Yang
ID: 2875695, Publisher: , Year: 2021, Size: 2 Mb, Format: mobi
Mastering the Art of Abdominal Acupuncture A Concise Guide to Treating Numerous Painful Conditions nodrm
ID: 2875751, Publisher: , Year: 2021, Size: 3 Mb, Format: azw3
Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are really hot items according to USA Today, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.