5 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on January 11, 2007
All that that really intends to make an effective treatment, according to the Japanese line of the therapy of the meridians, he/she will never be able to stop reading and, mainly, to apply the techniques of manipulation of needles and use of the moxibustion. And the book is not only in this, because he/she teaches several another sort things out of treating a patient. And those that prefer the Chinese line or the Westerner will win and a lot with the teachings practical, simple and effective, taught in way easy to understand. The road for the effectiveness in the treatment will just be to follow step the step the teachings of this book. Therefore this book is indispensable to all and any acupuncturist doctor.
5 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on March 16, 2005
This book 'Japanese Acupuncture: A Clinical Guide' is Great Inheritance of Korean Acupuncture traditions. Over 2000 years, attemps have been made in Japan to success all that is valuable amid the vast mass of traditional medical literature given from Korea.And many wise Japanese traditional doctors inherit and develop the Korean acu-methods and needling devices. They made it with eye-opening progress! The book is organized interactively, presenting information that will help you understand traditional acupuncture principle and doing-methods.