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New review: An Introduction to Western Medical Acupuncture

I have just posted my review of An Introduction to Western Medical Acupuncture, by Adrian White, Mike Cummings, and Jacqueline Filshie. Probably many people don't even realise that there is a way of using needles therapeutically that doesn't depend on the traditional ideas of ying and yang, "meridians", acupuncture points and the rest, but instead reinterprets the treatment in terms of modern anatomy and physiology. The differences between the modern and traditional versions are well explained in this book, which is intended as an introductory textbook for health professionals who are beginning to use acupuncture in their practice.

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