David Kuoch, licensed acupuncturist in Los Angeles releases new book offering Acupuncture Desk Reference, a collection of information assembled to help practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine become highly effective in treatment and successful in practice. Extremely popular with acupuncturists, herbalists, and student practitioners, this 416-page clinic reference book is essential for all acupuncturists. It provides more than 315 Chinese formulas, 370 herbs, Zang Fu, acupuncture points, special categories, clinical indications, methods, practice, and food as medicine for the most common ailments. One third of this book is devoted to Western Medicine, which allows the user to check for drugs, labs, herbal interactions, botanicals, nutrients and supplements. A resource section provides the most up-to-date information for your everyday clinical practice, including insurance providers, suppliers and general health forms for your practice.
“In practice, a TCM practitioner already knows the information, but needs a comprehensive but concise reference to refresh his/her memory. Acupuncturists (acupuncturedeskreference.com) are expected to have clinical knowledge and skills across many fields, and Acupuncture Desk Reference provides the essentials for clinical practice. As a pocket reference, its size makes it streamlined and durable. It fits in the palm of your hand or lab coat and is easy to navigate in a clinical setting and other common health problems. Practioner wants something that is up-to-date can be utilized with ease in clinical in setting," said Dr. Yang Xiu. LAc, OMD (China) "They don't know use the big bulky reference material unless absoulutely necessary”.
David Kuoch’s brand new book provides a balanced and modern perspective on treating everyday health problems. "21st century reference that is brief" is arranged in a simple format that is easy to read. A sampling of topics include advice on traditional Chinese Medicine, herbs, formulas, a unique section on how to relieve the everyday symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sciatica, Colds, Flu, Headaches, Aches & Pains, Coughs & Sore Throats, Growing Pains, Shoulder Pain & Stiffness, Headaches, Neck Pain, Back Pain, and even Ear Infections, from a multi-disciplinary approach.
“ADR is rich text, and clinical practice. Therefore, I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that Acupuncture Desk Reference is essential in your everyday practice”, Dr. Yang Xiu commented. “I’ve a library of reference books, and ADR should be essential to every practioners arsenal.”