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Page 4 - In The Land Of The Blind


Of course China is the birthplace of Acupuncture and should be honored for it’s great gift to the world. There are many gifted and compassionate practitioners who work in the Chinese tradition of acupuncture and this article is not trying to suggest that any one style is better than any other. Rather, my intention is to educate the public about the wonderful diversity of styles available to us here in the west.

I suggest that those who are interested in seeking out the many therapeutic benefits of acupuncture try a variety of styles and practitioners to find out first hand which works best for them.

 

Footnotes

1. Japanese Acupuncture, A Clinical Guide By Stepen Birch & Junko Ida, Paradigm Publications 1998.


————————Robert A. Weinstein L.Ac. holds a ­Masters degree in Acupuncture and ­Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine from The Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He has completed an additional seven-month Toyo Hari training and currently practices Toyo Hari and other Japanese Styles of acupuncture as well as Chinese Herbal Medicine at his Seattle clinic. He can be reached at (206) 954-0609 or on the web at robert@thesourcepoint.net

 

© Reprinted from Winter 2004-05 Qi Journal


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