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Effective treatment for back pain by Master Tung's Acupuncture - Proposal and

Abstract

***** pain is one of the most common afflictions facing mankind today. Indeed, ***** people experience some type of ***** pain during their lifetimes, with many people suffering all their lives for want of a cure. While Western he*****lthcare practitioners will seek to treat such conditions by isolating the cause ***** using powerful pharmacological applications, practitioners of complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) such as acupuncture ***** attempt to treat the entire person in a fashion that promotes holistic heal*****g and health. Acupuncture is a system ***** healing that ***** thousands of years old and which is still used and taught in Ch*****a ***** a growing number of countries around the world. In fact, ***** is now widely practiced in the United States and Europe, ***** while it has not yet entered the medical ma*****stream of clinics, hospitals, and insurance plans, the method has have helped hundreds ***** thousands of Western ***** sufferers to date. The purpose ***** ***** proposed study is to investigate how the acupuncture techniques developed by Master Tung can be used in general for health maintenance, with a specific focus on how these techniques can be used to alleviate back pain to provide a *****st pr*****ctices guide for both allopathic clinicians and their CAM counterparts alike. To this end, a critic*****l review of the literature, a series of case studies ***** illustrative vignettes are presented ***** provide a history of acupuncture, its typical ***** and methods, and how ***** techniques developed ***** Master Tung have been refined and improved by his followers over the years. A summary of ***** research, salient findings and recommendations will be presented in the concluding chapter.

Introduction

Statement ***** the Problem

Purpose of Study

Importance ***** Study

Rationale of Study

Overview of Study

Preliminary Review of Related Literature

Methodology

Description of the ***** *****pproach

Data-gathering Method and Database of Study

Proposal for Developing Effective Treatments for Back Pain by using Master Tung's Acupuncture

Introduction

***** is now widely practiced in the ***** States and Europe, although it ***** ***** yet entered the medical mainstream of clinics, hosp*****als, and ***** plans. It has already helped hundreds of thousands of Western pain sufferers (Cargill, 1994). Western and Eastern medicine have different *****es. A conventional Western doctor practicing ***** medicine views the human body through the lens of disease ********** ***** records symptoms according to a rigidly defined set ***** categories. Allopathic clinicians seek to isolate the disease and control it ***** destroying the agents that cause it, and ********** ***** typically invade the body by either cutting into it or by introducing powerful chemicals into it (Cargill, *****). By sharp contrast, clinicians trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) consider the same patient in a more holistic manner, regard*****g all of his or her body systems, mental states, and lifestyle. *****se alternative medicine practitioners ***** ask about the patient's environment and his or her relationship to it. In making a diagnosis, alternative

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