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Henry McCann is a licensed acupuncturist and a doctor of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Prior to studying Chinese medicine, Dr. McCann graduated from Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music, and was a Fulbright Fellow to Japan. He completed a diploma at the New England School of Acupuncture and finished his doctoral degree with specialties in geriatric medicine and womens health at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.Dr. McCann is on the regular faculty of the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, and also teaches at doctoral degree programs at several other schools in the USA. He lectures on Tungs acupuncture and other advanced topics throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia, as well as online. Dr. McCann is also the author of a textbook on Bloodletting Therapy in Chinese Medicine. In addition to his teaching, Dr. McCann maintains a private practice in northern New Jersey (USA).




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Hans-Georg Ross is a licensed acupuncturist (Chamber of Physicians, Düsseldorf). He received his training in TCM and Acupuncture from the DÄGfA and the University Witten/Herdecke, Germany. Prior to his professional training in Acupuncture Dr. Ross was a Professor of Neurophysiology at the Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düssedorf and a Research Fellow at the University of Western Ontario (London/Canada) and at the Indian Institute for Chemical Biology (Calcutta India). He is a Fellow of the Indian Academy for Neurosciences and an Emeritus Member of the Society for Neuroscience (USA). Dr. Ross teaches Acupuncture in Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Belgium, and Ireland. He is the co-author (with F. Sulistyo) of a textbook on the Balance-Method in Acupuncture. Dr. Ross works as a general practitioner with a focus on acupuncture.


Although Master Tung's Acupuncture has been in the public domain since his untimely passing in 1975, very little information is available publicly on how to use the system in a practical and systematic way in English. In this book, I hope to guide my fellow colleagues into the intricacies of applying Master Tung Acupuncture in the clinic. Since I am also a practicing acupuncturist and deal with pain, women's health, and internal medicine problems quite frequently, I am sharing my clinical experience in this book and the "secret" of creating the protocols that I use daily, with modification. I also attempt to explain why I choose a particular protocol and the modification to it. In this book, I introduce what I consider the "Best" of Master Tung's Acupuncture. There are many books on Master Tung's Acupuncture which introduce all of the 740 Tung family points. but often these books may be too much for the beginner and do not let the beginner grasp useful concepts or how to use Master Tung's Acupuncture immediately and effectively. Most acupuncturists simply add the Tung points to their already memorized TCM Acupuncture point prescriptions, and as a result, make a mess out of their acupuncture. They do not have a simple and elegant rationale for using the system. In my teaching of Master Tung's Acupuncture, I always choose points that are painless, easily accessible, and have powerful immediate results.


We have developed a step by step instruction to treat dysmenorrhea and infertility to arouse Your interest and we would like to encourage the readers to achieve experience with Tung Style acupuncture themselves, or to extend their range of treatment possibilities. 041b061a72


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