A Patient’s Guide To Acupuncture
by Sarah Swanberg MS Lac
Your handbook to heal with acupuncture
How does acupuncture work? Does it hurt? And can it really help you? If you’re just discovering the wonders of this ancient Chinese practice, this book will teach you everything you need to understand and fully feel the benefits of holistic healing.
A Patient’s Guide to Acupuncture offers a comprehensive introduction to acupuncture, including its history and fundamental principles, what to expect during treatment, and how it can help a variety of common ailments. This book is an illuminating reference for anyone who is just beginning to explore the world of acupuncture.
This book is the beginning of your journey to restore balance to your mind, body, and soul through acupuncture. Look inside and find the answers you need to heal naturally.
A Patient’s Guide to Acupuncture includes:
Essential introduction―Learn about the history of acupuncture, the traditional principles behind how and why it works, and its modern-day research and practice.
Practical guidance―Find out how to choose a practitioner, what to expect from treatment, and how you can maximize benefits by using acupressure points at home.
Acupuncture in action―Discover how acupuncture helps treat over 20 common ailments, including anxiety, allergies, back pain, migraines, and much more.