Formidably illustrated and written, the correlations between spinal nerves and segments in skin, musclar system and bones as well as the projection areas of internal organs on the body surface area are deduced from the anatomy of the nervous system.
These correlations between spinal nerves and the periphery of the body explain how acupuncture, neural, and manual therapies take effect .
Great accessibility through:
- Full colour images
- Drawings that depict the correlations in detail
- Cearly structured layout facilitating the reading of this complex subject
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Dr. med. Ingrid Wancura
MD for general medicine, has a private practice in Vienna for over forty years now. She has been studying the theory of segments since 1965 and acupuncture since 1970, including studies at the University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing.
Dr. Wancura, who has also studied the Chinese language and worked in two acupuncture surgeries in Beijing, was the first to analyse Chinese acupuncture from the perspective of western science and segment theory.
She has published several books on the topic, taught and lectured at several universities and is president emeritus as well as honorary member of several acupuncture societies.