Pain Relief through Traditional Chinese Medicine

Pain Relief through Traditional Chinese Medicine

Massage, Gua Sha, Cupping, Food Therapy, and More

Naigang Liu

$19.95

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Do you often suffer stiffness in your neck and shoulders, or back pain after sitting for a long time? Do your knees ever ache on rainy days? Do you experience pain in your back and legs after standing or walking for a long time? Bad habits in daily life, incorrect posture, and long-term stress can all lead to pain in various parts of the body, and it can often be chronic. This not only reduces your quality of life but also affects your state of mind. However, through early prevention and improvement, you can prevent problems before they occur.Combining text and illustrations, this easy-to-understand book provides a comprehensive explanation of the causes of pain in the shoulders, neck, waist, legs, and knees. It offers detailed solutions from Traditional Chinese Medicine according to the various symptoms, addressing the individual characteristics of modern physiological pain. It also suggests easy and effective methods of pain relief for various parts of the body through simple and easy-to-use acupressure, complemented by a variety of natural and effective TCM treatments, such as gua sha, cupping, and food therapy, which can be done at home at any time. You will learn about:·The principles and causes of pain in various parts of the body.·How to improve your lifestyle habits and prevent chronic pain.·Commonly used acupressure point locations and TCM massage techniques for pain relief in various parts of the body.·The two methods of self-massage and family-assisted massage, which benefit the whole family.·Other complementary physical therapy methods, including moxibustion, cupping, hot compresses, health exercises, and dietary therapy, which can offer all-around comfort through natural approaches.·Professional daily healthcare advice and self-assessment methods, allowing you to keep abreast of your physical condition and prevent pain.


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Naigang Liu:
Liu Naigang is an attending physician at the Department of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of the China-Japan Friendship Hospital. He has studied acupuncture and moxibustion acupoints for many years, as well as undertaking clinical research, focusing on human acupuncture point positioning and dispensing points to dispel diseases.

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