by Stephen T Chang
A thorough treatise on the basic philosophy and practical applications of acupuncture, this book is a must for laymen and physicians who seek a natural and preventative approach to health. Textbook of many colleges and universities. “This is the most complete and clearly written, yet readable, description of acupuncture I have seen. It is the first one which satisfies my philosophical, scholarly and practical interests. It really is a good book”—DeWitt C. Baldwin, Jr., M.D., Professor and Director, Division of Health Sciences, University of Nevada, School of Medical Sciences.
Hardcover: 244 pages