Eastland Press provides distinctive books for practitioners of Oriental Medicine, Osteopathy and Bodywork.
Painstakingly researched over many years by Peter Deadman, editor-in-chief of The Journal of Chinese Medicine, and colleagues Mazin Al-Khafaji and Kevin Baker, this book has become the primary reference in the West for the study of acupuncture points and channels.
A Walk Along the River: Transmitting a Medical Lineage through Case Records and Discussions by Yu Guo-Jun
A Walk Along the River is a rare view into the processes by which experienced practitioners think about medicine and how it is transmitted across the generations. It is a treasure trove of insights and treatment approaches including many that are not found in standard textbooks. A very engaging, departure from the didactic approach to case histories.
This is an instructional DVD and booklet for pregnant women and their support people. The acupressure techniques outlined in this DVD are easy to use, promote natural birth, and encourage close partner involvement.
This book marks the first original collection of acupuncture case histories in English.
Sale Ends: 09-04-2021
Acupuncture for the Eyes is a practical manual that can be used by any competent acupuncturist to expand the scope of their practice to include disorders of the eyes.
Acupuncture Patterns & Practice is a practical, clinically oriented exposition of traditional Chinese diagnosis and acupuncture therapy.
Sale Ends: 06-05-2021
Through his decades-long experience as a practitioner, Dr. Jean-Marc Kespi has returned to the ancient roots of acupuncture and developed an approach to choosing the best points for a given situation.
Compiled by the faculty of one of China's leading schools of traditional medicine, Acupuncture: A Comprehensive Text is among the most authoritative textbooks and reference sources in its field.
Sale Ends: 09-23-2021
An Exposition on the Eight Extraordinary Vessels: Acupuncture, Alchemy, and Herbal Medicine by Charles Chace and Miki Shima
This volume is the first translation of and commentary on the Exposition published in English, and it is among the most comprehensive discussions of the text available in any language.
Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine demonstrates how a deeper understanding of the interrelationship between organ and channel theory can lead to more precise diagnoses and better clinical results.
This new edition of Atlas of Chinese Tongue Diagnosis contains over two hundred color photographs of tongues seen in a Western clinic.