Urgelles, L.

Contents Part 1.- Introduction Part 2.- The yang-yin and five elements theories 1. The Yang-Yin Theory1.1. “Full Yang” State1.2. “Full Yin” State1.3. “Empty Yang” State1.4. “Empty Yin” State” 2. The Five Elements Theory2.1. Formation Cycle2.2. Mother – Child relationship2.3. Destruction Cycle2.4. Conqueror – conquered relationship2.5. Relationship between the Five Elements and the internal organs2.6. Hollow organs (Yang) and Solid organs (Yin) Part 3.- Meridians and Points 3. Acupunture Points3.1. Measurements for the location of Acupuncture Points3.2. The Meridians and their relation with the energy flow 4. Anatomical Pathway of the Meridians4.1. Lung Meridian (L) (-) YIN4.2. Large Intestine Meridian (LI) (+) YANG4.3. Stomach Meridian (ST) (+) YANG4.4. Spleen Meridian (SP) (-) YIN4.5. Heart Meridian (H) (-) YIN4.6. Small Intestine Meridian (SI) (+) YANG4.7. Bladder Meridian (BL) (+) YANG4.8. Kidney Meridian (K) (-) YIN4.9. Pericardium Meridian (PC) (-) YIN4.10. Triple Burner Meridian (TB) (+) YANG4.11. Gall Bladder Meridian (GB) (+) YANG4.12. Liver Meridian (LV) (-) YIN4.13. Governing Vessel Meridian (GV) (+) YANG4.14. Conception Vessel Meridian (CV) (-) YIN 5. Anatomical location of the Acupuncture points5.1. Lung Meridian (L) (-) YIN5.2. Large Intestine Meridian (LI) (+) YANG5.3. Stomach Meridian (ST) (+) YANG5.4. Spleen Meridian (SP) (-) YlN5.5. Heart Meridian (H) (-) YIN5.6. Small Intestine Meridian (SI) (+) YANG5.7. Bladder Meridian (BL) (+) YANG5.8. Kidney Meridian (K) (-) YIN5.9. Pericardium Meridian (PC) (-) YIN5.10. Triple Burner Meridian (TB) (+) YANG5.11. Gall Bladder Meridian (GB) (+) YANG5.12. Liver Meridian (LV) (-) YIN5.13. Governor Vessel Meridian (GV) (+) YANG5.14. Conception Vessel Meridian (CV) (-) YIN5.15. Extraordinary Points Part 4.- List of the names of the points of acupuncture 6. Names of Acupuncture Points6.1. Lung (L)6.2. Large Intestine (LI)6.3. Stomach (ST)6.4. Spleen (SP)6.5. Heart (H)6.6. Small Intestine (SI)6.7. Bladder (BL)6.8. Kidney (K)6.9. Pericardium (PC)6.10. Triple Burner (TB)6.11. Gall Bladder (GB)6.12. Liver (LV)6.13. Governor Vessel (GV)6.14. Conception Vessel (CV) Part 5.- Acupuncture Techniques 7. Techniques and Manipulation7.1. Acupuncture Techniques7.2. The needles7.3. Manipulation of the patient Part 6.- Pain 8. Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Pain8.1. Anatomy of the Nervous System8.2. Action Potential8.3. Pain Pathway8.4. Somatic Senses8.5. Pain and inflammation8.6. Dentistry Pain8.7. Referred pain8.8. Diffuse pain8.9. Radiated pain8.10. Phantom pain (Ghost pain)8.11. Psychogenic pain8.12. Trigger Point8.13. Acute vs. Chronic Pain8.14. Nociceptive and Neuropathic pain8.15. Analgesia vs. Anesthesia Part 7.- Analgesic Mechanisms of Acupuncture Part 8.- Acupuncture Analgesics in Surgerys9. Acupuncture Analgesic in Surgery10. Acupuncture Analgesic in Experimental Surgery Part 9.- Acupuncture in oncologya11. Acupuncture Analgesic in oncology Part 10.- Therapeutic indications 12. Practical Approaches of PHYPANA and PRM in your daily practic12.1. Stem Cell Therapy for Pain12.2. Complications 13. Therapeutic guide13.1. Tip: Anxiety13.2. Tip: Bronchial asthma13.3. Tip: Conjunctivitis13.4. Tip: Constipation13.5. Tip: Cough13.6. Tip: Diarrheas13.7. Tip: Epicondylitis13.8. Tip: Enuresis13.9. Tip: Epilepsy13.10. Tip: Facial paralysis13.11. Tip: Fatigue / Fibromyalgia13.12. Tip: FLU / Cold13.13. Tip: Hypertension13.14. Tip: Insomnia13.15. Tip: Knee (Osteoarthritis)13.16. Tip: Leukopenia13.17. Tip: Low back pain and ischialgia13.18. Tip: Migraine13.19. Tip: Obesity13.20. Tip: Osteoarthritis (Cervical)13.21. Tip: Palliative care:13.22. Tip: PMS13.23. Tip: Rhinitis13.24. Tip: Shoulder Pain13.25. Tip: Smoking13.26. Tip: Stress13.27. Tip: Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ)13.28. Tip: Thoracic Osteoarthritis13.29. Tip: Tonsillitis (Chronic)13.30. Tip: Tooth ache13.31. Tip: Torticollis (Wryneck)13.32. Tip: Trigeminal Neuralgia13.33. Tip: Vomit13.34. Acupuncture in Surgical procedure Appendix References Glossary Index Acronyms and Abbreviations: ACUPUNCTURE. 1001 TIPS FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT.

Chronic pain in the muscles and joints can make life miserable. Standard treatments like ice and heat, anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy, and appropriate exercises can often ease the pain. But when they don't, acupuncture is an option with a good track record that's worth considering. Research from an international team of experts adds to the evidence that it does provide real Conversely, although there are growing data to support the use of acupuncture for back pain, approximately half of public plans and three-fourths of private plans did not cover this intervention. 17,24 Of particular interest was the finding that medical necessity for psychological interventions was not included in any payer documents examined

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