Twenty Four More in Acupuncture by Richard Tan, OMD, LAc.

By Richard Tan, OMD, LAc.

This aspect description handbook presents a radical dialogue and technique of Dr Tan's key issues. Coupled to medical case experiences, Dr Tan illustrates the original use and symptoms of issues he applies day-by-day in his medical perform.

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By Richard Tan, OMD, LAc.

This aspect description handbook presents a radical dialogue and technique of Dr Tan's key issues. Coupled to medical case experiences, Dr Tan illustrates the original use and symptoms of issues he applies day-by-day in his medical perform.

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This improvement largely held up until the time of her second appointment later that week. The same points were again needled in the same fashion (as they would be for the entire course of her treatment). By the conclusion of treatment number two, she reported feeling an additional20 percent improvement, and most of this gain maintained itself until the time of her third treatment, early in the following week. At the time of her third appointment, she reported that although the degree of pain and the frequency of her headaches had both shown a significant improvement, she was still having as much trouble with her sleep habits as ever.

Over the following 6 months, she received fifteen treatments. During this time, Dr. Tan discovered an interesting pattern. He found that her husband, who snored in his sleep, would periodically snore more loudly than usual. It seemed that the headaches would recur not long after one of these intense snoring episodes began. The doctor suggested that his patient and her husband try sleeping in separate rooms during these times. The husband agreed to try it, although he seemed a little resentful at what he probably viewed as an intrusion into their personal lives.

R I I This patient came in with a complaint of right shoulder pain, which occurred after he had hurried through a busy airport carrying a heavy piece of luggage. His wife had referred him to Dr. Tan, as she had been successfully treated by him for her knee pain. The patient was employed in an executive level management position, a job that carried with it a considerable level of responsibility and stress. As one might guess, the shoulder injury had been the result of his struggle to keep up with the demands of his fast-paced schedule.

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