Books on Acupuncture
You can order any of these recommended books by clicking on the links below. Choose from the following categories:
The definitive vet acupuncture reference text. Probably too heavy for most non-medical people, but manna from heaven for those studying acupuncture and TCM in the veterinary field.
Where Schoen, in the book above, is discussing acupuncture from a Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective, Sam Lindley and Mike Cummings come at things more from a ‘Western’ medico-scientific bent. Sounds scary, but if you like ‘facts’ more than the more difficult to grasp concepts of TCM, this is the book for you.
Fantastic reading for vets practicing veterinary acupuncture, for lay people interested in Reiki and acupressure in animals.
An immense book by Nancy Zidonis; allows non-medical owners to experience the power of acupuncture completely safely.
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Dr. Nick Thompson
BSc (Vet Sci) Hons, BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS.
The Veterinary Practice
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