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Healing Brain Injury with Chinese Medical Approaches

Healing Brain Injury with Chinese Medical Approaches

Integrative Approaches for Practitioners

Douglas S. Wingate

Quick Overview

This extensive clinical guide to treating minor and acute brain injury offers clear instruction for acupuncturists and other Chinese medicine practitioners. It explains how symptoms such as headache, dizziness and anxiety relate to brain injury, and differences in approaches to treatment when working with children or veterans.
Published by Singing Dragon
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Hardback
2018, 10.28in x 7.17in / 261mm x 182mm, 632pp
ISBN: 978-1-84819-402-1
£50.00
Ebook
2018, ePUB, 632pp
ISBN: 978-0-85701-356-9
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£50.00

Description

Learn to treat symptoms of traumatic and acquired brain injury using Chinese medicinal methods of acupuncture and herbal medicine. Covering both Western and Chinese medicine understandings of the brain, the book provides a thorough exploration of treatment options, including multiple acupuncture systems, Chinese herbal formulas, dietary and orthomolecular recommendations, and standard biomedical approaches.

Many symptoms associated with brain injury can be effectively addressed or reduced using TCM, including chronic headache, fatigue, dizziness, pain, and anxiety among others. The book highlights the special considerations that should be taken when working with people with brain injury, as well as when treating particular subpopulations, including pediatrics and veterans.

Reviews

'This book provides a clinically-oriented and comprehensive transdisciplinary approach to the treatment of head injuries and their sequelae. Douglas Wingate skillfully opens Chinese medicine to a broader audience while maintaining its conceptual integrity and classical clinical wisdom. This work delivers a much-needed resource in facilitating person-centered collaborative care.'
- Mitchell Bebel Stargrove, ND, LAc, Author, Herb, Nutrient and Drug Interactions; Editor-in-chief, IBIS: Integrative BodyMind Information System

Authors

By (author): Douglas S. Wingate