The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine

Author(s) Lonny S. Jarrett
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This is a highly individualistic work written by a healer whose practice resonates with heart and spirit of his teachers and his art.

In Part I Jarrett focuses on treatment paradigms that can provide a first therapeutic step to lay the groundwork for subsequent constitutional and ongoing treatment.

In Part II he presents different categories of acupuncture points and their clinical implications.        

In Part III he considers treatment planning and how to prioritize the material presented in the context of clinical practice, with his guidelines on how to offer therapeutic suggestions effectively and the importance of metaphor as medicine in restoring conscious awareness. Jarrett examines the nature of acupuncture point function as an evolving inquiry.

In Part IV, he discusses the inner nature of all the acupuncture points on the 12 main channels as well as his rationale for combining points.

In Part V Jarrett addresses the cognitive styles in the practice of Chinese medicine, creating a context for understanding the types of consciousness that have impacted the

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AuthorLonny S. Jarrett