Table of contents for Applied channel theory in Chinese medicine : Wang Ju-Yi's lectures on channel therapeutics / Wang Ju-Yi, Jason D. Robertson.


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CHAPTER CONTENTS --- vii
PREFACE ..- ix
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ... xi
INTRODUCTION ,,. xiii
CHAPTER 1
Channel Theory and the Pillars of Chinese Medicine
CHAPTER 2
Fundamentals of Channel Theory ... 15
CHAPTER 3
An Introduction to Channel Diagnosis ... 39
CHAPTER 4
Basic Questions, Chapter 8 ... 51
CHAPTER 5
The Tii Yin (Greater Yin) System ... 61
CHAPTER 6
"The Shtio Yin (Lesser Yin) System ... 101
CHAPTER 7
The Jue Yin (Terminal Yin) System ... 151
CHAPTER 8
The T6i Ydng (Greater Yang) System ... 181
CHAPTER 9
The ShTio Ydng (Lesser Yang) System ... 209
CHAPTER 10
The Ydng Ming (Yang Brightness) System ... 251
CHAPTER 11
The Extraordinary Vessels ... 273
The Terrain So Far ... 325
CHAPTER 12
Physiology Under the Fingertips ... 331
CHAPTER 13
Specific Channel Changes ... 361
CHAPTER 14
Selecting Channels for Treatment ... 395
CHAPTER 15
What is an Acupuncture Point? ..- 421
CHAPTER 16
The Five Transport Points ... 437
CHAPTER 17
The Source, Cleft, and Collateral Points ... 487
CHAPTER 18
A Brief Discussion of Classical Technique ... 521
CHAPTER 19
A Modern Perspective on Acupuncture Technique: Seven Steps ... 529
CHAPTER 20
Point Pairs -.. 551
POSTSCRIPT: The Greatest Walk in Beijing ... 579
APPENDIX 1
Pathways of the Channels ... 589
APPENDIX 2
The Sensory Organs ... 605
APPENDIX 3
Case Studies ..- 625
APPENDIX 4
Other Diagnostic Tools: Observation and Palpation
of Alternate Pulses ... 643
APPENDIX 5
The Liver and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) .. 651
NOTES ... 659
POINT INDEX ... 677
GENERAL INDEX ... 681



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Acupuncture points, Medicine, Chinese Philosophy