By Wei Chieh Young
110 pages, 6.25 x 8.50″
This book contains more than 200 color photos of point locations, as well as a limited listing of indications. The author created this map to make it easier for the reader to correctly locate Tung’s points. Each point is identified individually and also in relation to additional Tung points.
The Editor’s Note: We have created this book to make it easier for the reader to correctly locate Tung’s acupuncture points.
There is a list of codes and names in English above each chart. The order of the charts is created according to the original Tung’s Acupuncture Chinese edition. The English versions for the finger point 11.00 and toe point 55.00 are slightly different than their Chinese counterparts. All other points are in numerical order according to the Chinese edition.
The purpose of this book helps readers correctly identify the location of each point, as well as their indications. For further application of these points, please refer to Tung’s Acupuncture book.
This book is designed to assist readers in the precise location of each point. Each point is identified singularly and also in relation to other Tung points. Use both charts to correctly locate Tung’s Acupuncture points for accurate identification of each point.