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Diving Medical Acupuncture

Treatment and Prevention of Diving Medical Problems with a Focus on ENT Disorders
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Written for acupuncturists and Chinese medicine practitioners, this book describes the medical conditions that can prevent, complicate or result from diving and other water sports, and provides effective clinical treatments. The most common problems experienced by divers - ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders - can be effectively treated with acupuncture. Through in-depth knowledge of Western diving medicine, diving techniques and Chinese medicine, the author prescribes acupuncture diagnostics and treatment for these ENT disorders.
Complete with anatomical diagrams and acupuncture point charts, this is a practical resource for acupuncture clinicians who deal with the issues associated with diving. Advice for patients is given at the end of each chapter, and is available as a handout in downloadable form.
  • Published: Apr 19 2018
  • Pages: 248
  • 257 x 191mm
  • ISBN: 9781848193239
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Press Reviews

  • Menno TW Gaastra, MD, medical director DAN Europe for the Netherlands

    This book will fill the gap between Western diving medicine and the acupuncture point of view. And it is easy to access for non-acupuncture medicals.
  • Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, L. Ac., M. S., M. M., Dipl. Ac., NCCAOM, author, international teacher of facial acupuncture, and opera singer

    This book embodies both art and science - with her exquisite colour diving photographs, medical illustrations, and Western and Chinese medicine treatments, for ear, nose and throat (ENT) imbalances and other syndromes.
  • Lillian Pearl Bridges, author of Face Reading in Chinese Medicine, 2nd Edition

    Divers around the world should rejoice in seeing this book published. It gives numerous practical and effective treatments, acupuncture point combinations and lifestyle recommendations that will help practitioners treat divers better so that they can keep on diving.