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1 Clinical reasoning in western acupuncture
Lynley Bradnam-Roberts
Clinical reasoning in traditional Chinese medicine
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Efterpi Rompoti
Case study 2
Sarah Rouse

2 The temporomandibular joint
Allison Middleditch
Acupuncture in the management of temporomandibular joint disorders
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Brigit Murray

3 Cervical spine
Nick Tucker
Acupuncture intervention in cervical spine dysfunction
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Charlie Plummer
Case study 2
Rose Sutcliffe

1 Clinical reasoning in western acupuncture
Lynley Bradnam-Roberts
Clinical reasoning in traditional Chinese medicine
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Efterpi Rompoti
Case study 2
Sarah Rouse

2 The temporomandibular joint
Allison Middleditch
Acupuncture in the management of temporomandibular joint disorders
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Brigit Murray

3 Cervical spine
Nick Tucker
Acupuncture intervention in cervical spine dysfunction
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Charlie Plummer
Case study 2
Rose Sutcliffe

Acupuncture is thought to have originated in China , but its origins and early use are controversial ( Basser 1999 ). Today, acupuncture, in one form or another, is practiced in dozens of countries by thousands of acupuncturists on millions of people and their animals.

A thoughtful healer should wonder when a patient leaves the office after a follow-up visit whether the success was due to the acupuncture (or the pill), or whether conditioning, placebos, and false placebos played major roles. Likewise, scientific researchers trying to isolate the effectiveness of a medical treatment must design their studies to control for not only placebo effects, but also for false placebo effects.

Even though sham acupuncture that involves pressure, but not needle insertion at acupoints, has been shown to be as effective as true acupuncture, one study claims to have shown that true acupuncture is much more effective than acupressure or sham acupressure. Since this study may have the appearance of a well-designed study in the eyes of many acupuncture advocates, even though it is fatally flawed, it is worth examining in detail.

This book provides knowledge from distinctive and prominent contributors from the world of manual therapy and acupuncture whilst this expertise is further supported by the provision of student case studies to offer support and enhance learning.

1 Clinical reasoning in western acupuncture
Lynley Bradnam-Roberts
Clinical reasoning in traditional Chinese medicine
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Efterpi Rompoti
Case study 2
Sarah Rouse

2 The temporomandibular joint
Allison Middleditch
Acupuncture in the management of temporomandibular joint disorders
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Brigit Murray

3 Cervical spine
Nick Tucker
Acupuncture intervention in cervical spine dysfunction
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Charlie Plummer
Case study 2
Rose Sutcliffe

Acupuncture is thought to have originated in China , but its origins and early use are controversial ( Basser 1999 ). Today, acupuncture, in one form or another, is practiced in dozens of countries by thousands of acupuncturists on millions of people and their animals.

A thoughtful healer should wonder when a patient leaves the office after a follow-up visit whether the success was due to the acupuncture (or the pill), or whether conditioning, placebos, and false placebos played major roles. Likewise, scientific researchers trying to isolate the effectiveness of a medical treatment must design their studies to control for not only placebo effects, but also for false placebo effects.

Even though sham acupuncture that involves pressure, but not needle insertion at acupoints, has been shown to be as effective as true acupuncture, one study claims to have shown that true acupuncture is much more effective than acupressure or sham acupressure. Since this study may have the appearance of a well-designed study in the eyes of many acupuncture advocates, even though it is fatally flawed, it is worth examining in detail.

1 Clinical reasoning in western acupuncture
Lynley Bradnam-Roberts
Clinical reasoning in traditional Chinese medicine
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Efterpi Rompoti
Case study 2
Sarah Rouse

2 The temporomandibular joint
Allison Middleditch
Acupuncture in the management of temporomandibular joint disorders
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Brigit Murray

3 Cervical spine
Nick Tucker
Acupuncture intervention in cervical spine dysfunction
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Charlie Plummer
Case study 2
Rose Sutcliffe

Acupuncture is thought to have originated in China , but its origins and early use are controversial ( Basser 1999 ). Today, acupuncture, in one form or another, is practiced in dozens of countries by thousands of acupuncturists on millions of people and their animals.

A thoughtful healer should wonder when a patient leaves the office after a follow-up visit whether the success was due to the acupuncture (or the pill), or whether conditioning, placebos, and false placebos played major roles. Likewise, scientific researchers trying to isolate the effectiveness of a medical treatment must design their studies to control for not only placebo effects, but also for false placebo effects.

Even though sham acupuncture that involves pressure, but not needle insertion at acupoints, has been shown to be as effective as true acupuncture, one study claims to have shown that true acupuncture is much more effective than acupressure or sham acupressure. Since this study may have the appearance of a well-designed study in the eyes of many acupuncture advocates, even though it is fatally flawed, it is worth examining in detail.

This book provides knowledge from distinctive and prominent contributors from the world of manual therapy and acupuncture whilst this expertise is further supported by the provision of student case studies to offer support and enhance learning.

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1 Clinical reasoning in western acupuncture
Lynley Bradnam-Roberts
Clinical reasoning in traditional Chinese medicine
Jennie Longbottom
Case study 1
Efterpi Rompoti
Case study 2
Sarah Rouse


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