Treatment Protocols for Muscular and Joint Pain based on the Teachings of Jeffrey Yuen

Maravell, C. Zinnia
September 2010
American Acupuncturist;Fall2010, Vol. 53, p30
Academic Journal
Treatment protocols for muscular and joint pain, taken from Jeffrey Yuen's restatement of the Classics, are discussed. The focus is on other less commonly used diagnostic and treatment strategies outside of the primary meridian system.


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