By Mark Seem
During this groundbreaking booklet, Dr look stocks with us the end result of twenty years of treating sufferers with every kind of persistent fatigue, soreness, and tension problems. those are sufferers for whom usual clinical remedies have provided little aid and who usually locate their option to acupuncturists as a final inn. incorporated are Dr Seem's category of the 4 significant styles of tight smooth issues that he unearths in such sufferers, his therapy techniques in every one trend, and plenty of charts and diagrams to aid busy practitioners use his procedure extra successfully. This e-book is a needs to for acupuncturists treating any form of persistent situation.
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Yet others might suggest that the environment, recreated and utterly transformed by human beings over the past century, is now far more toxic than ever before. Earth, water, and air have been defiled. The ozone layer has been damaged and we are perhaps seeing the beginning of the greenhouse effect. Human beings are not just experiencing their illnesses differently, but the very nature of these illnesses has changed in intensity, giving the term "environmental medicine" a new importance. Arthur Kleinman, a psychiatrist and medical anthropologist at Harvard University, stresses the need for a shift in emphasis in the education received by medical students, away from Page 6 the supposedly objective reality of the diagnosis of disease, and toward the patients own, subjective experience of illness.
In a medical practice such as acupuncture one tends to see people at their low points, in physical or emotional distress, less able to cope, closer to depression, less able to live life fully. The challenge, which for me is a spiritual one, is to use one's self in a disciplined manner in such dark moments to encourage the person before me to enter back into life's flow or, to quote Nietzsche, to say YES to life. For me, the writing of this book has been part of meeting that challenge. As readers progress from part one to part three they will encounter three different voices: the voice of a philosopher sharing his own story of human energy disorders; the voice of an activist sharing the biases and beliefs that engage him; and the voice of a clinician, drawing from two decades of experience treating people in chronic distress.
She had a constant, low-grade fever, a recurrent, mild sore throat and swollen, somewhat painful glands. She occasionally was bothered by a burning sensation in her hands or feet, chills and night sweats, a nervous stomach and other bowel disturbances which were aggravated during menstruation, which itself had become more troublesome. She had difficulty concentrating, often felt mildly depressed or anxious, and occasionally experienced sudden mood changes or frightening waves of panic. Weight loss, fainting spells resembling seizures, and frequent twitches completed the grim picture of her condition.