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         Oriental Medicine:     more books (107)
  1. Handbook of Oriental Medicine by Hyunbae Kim, 2009-03-01
  2. Philosophy of Oriental Medicine: Key to Your Personal Judging Ability by George Ohsawa, 1991-11
  3. Biomedicine: A Textbook for Practitioners of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine by Bruce H Robinson MD, 2007-02-21
  4. Advanced Techniques in Oriental Medicine by Skya Abbate, 2006-09-05
  5. Clinical Manual Of Oriental Medicine , An Integrative Approach by Lotus Institute Of Integrative Medicine, 2006
  6. Reading the Body: Ohashi's Book of Oriental Diagnosis (Compass) by Wataru Ohashi, Tom Monte, 1991-11-01
  7. Minibook of Oriental Medicine by HB Kim, L.Ac., 2009-03-01
  8. Oriental Medicine: A Modern Interpretation by Hun Y. Cho, 1997-01
  9. Healing at the Borderland of Medicine and Religion (Studies in Social Medicine) by Michael H. Cohen, 2009-02-01
  10. The Energetics of Western Herbs: Treatment Strategies Integrating Western & Oriental Herbal Medicine, Vol. 2 by Peter Holmes, 1999-12-31
  11. The Energetics of Western Herbs: A Materia Medica Integrating Western and Oriental Herbal Medicine Traditions by Peter Holmes, 1994
  12. What Is Medicine?: Western and Eastern Approaches to Healing by Paul U. Unschuld, 2009-09-08
  13. Macrobiotics and Oriental Medicine: An Introduction to Holistic Health by Michio Kushi, Phillip Jannetta, 1991-06
  14. Pulse Diagnosis in Early Chinese Medicine: The Telling Touch (University of Cambridge Oriental Publications) by Elisabeth Hsu, 2010-07-05

1. Oriental Medicine - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In the United States, Oriental medicine refers to a master's degree program of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, with Tuina, Qigong and associated modalities.
Oriental Medicine
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In the United States, Oriental medicine refers to a master's degree program of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine , with Tuina Qigong and associated modalities. A MSOM or MSTOM (Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine) degree is usually given. In 2003 the U.S. Department of Education authorized the Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM). This doctorate was originally a 3 year full time program. Today it has been shortened to a 2 year program where students attend school monthly. The DAOM delves more deeply into the Chinese Medical Classics and offers specialization. All DAOM programs concentrate on integrative medicine.
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If you are one of the many candidates who is prepared to dedicate time and effort to one of several Oriental medicine schools and desire becoming an Oriental medicine

3. Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Other Modalities
Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine a holistic medical system dating back over 3,000 years.
Oriental Medicine
Oriental Medicine is a holistic medical system dating back over 3,000 years. It is based on an energetic medical model, with its main focus on "Qi" – the vital energy present in all living organisms. Oriental Medicine is used worldwide to diagnose and treat illness, to prevent disease and to improve a person’s state of health. Therapeutic goals are directed at preventing disease, treating the underlying root cause of an illness and alleviating the present symptoms. Many therapeutic modalities are used in Oriental Medicine – most notably are Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine Other modalities tend to be more complementary in nature. Many factors can lead to an imbalance in the body. Physical and emotional stress, illness, poor nutrition, lack of exercise, toxins and injury will result in a compromised state of Qi. By influencing the quantity and quality of Qi, Oriental Medicine helps to restore balance in the body, strengthen physiological systems and maintain optimal health.
The history of acupuncture began in China and has been documented for over 3,000 years. However, it has only been known in the United States since 1971, when an American journalist returned from his trip to China and wrote about this odd therapy used in China as a form of surgical anesthesia. Since then the acceptance of acupuncture has grown rapidly.

4. Alternative Medicine | Oriental Medicine | Asheville, WNC
Oriental Medicine is the most widely used medicine in the world today. Asheville's Lorraine Harris is Nationally Board Certified in all aspects of Oriental medicine, providing

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Chinese medicine, a 3000+ year-old medicine, is practiced in more countries than any other medical system in the world. It is a complete medicine (as is western medicine), meaning that it can stand alone in diagnosing disease and prescribing treatment for a vast amount of health problems. Because it is a complete medical system, it can be used in place of western medicine. In fact, many people have chosen Oriental medicine as their primary health care system. It can also be used as a complementary medical system to western medicine because it is better at diagnosing and/or treating certain types of conditions and diseases, particularly, chronic diseases, gynecological problems, fertility issues and diseases that go undiagnosed by western medicine. Western medicine, on the other hand, would be the better choice for life threatening situations and major acute conditions. It would be wise to consider

5. Oriental Medicine Chicago Clinic | Alternative Medical Treatments
Tiffani Kim Institute provides extensive Oriental medicine treatments in Chicago. Alternative medical treatments such as acupuncture and herbal treatments are about helping the
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    Oriental medicine, also known as Traditional Chinese Medicine is a complete medical system practiced to cure illness and maintain optimal health and well-being. Oriental Medicine inculdes acupuncture, herbology, Chinese massage (tuina- pronounced tway-nah), diet and life-style counseling, and other adjunctive therapies to help patients achieve optimal wellness. Unlike the Western biomedical understanding, the Eastern model of health and wellness was based on an energetic system. Rooted in philosophy of Taoism, the ancient Chinese view of the body was largely based on observations of nature. It is believed that the way nature works outside the body is the way that nature works in the body, with vital energy flowing within and round them, preserving certain order of

MAAOM provides a directory of practitioners and educational information on acupuncture and Oriental medicine.
Michigan Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
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    We are trained and experienced acupuncturists and practitioners of oriental medicine, committed to providing the best care to keep our patients balanced, healthy, and strong.
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    The Michigan Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is a non-profit organization committed to promoting the safe and effective practice of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
    We are a professional association of  trained and experienced acupuncturists and practitioners of oriental medicine, committed to providing the best care to keep our patients balanced, healthy, and strong.  We support our members by; sponsoring and announcing continuing education events in our field and working together to advance our profession in the state.
    Members of the MAAOM Seek To:
    • Promote the safe and effective practice of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Michigan. Support regulatory legislation which meets or exceeds NCCAOM standards.

7. NOMAA - National Oriental Medicine Accreditation Agency
NOMAA is a private agency providing educational standards for institutions wishing to offer first professional doctorate degrees in Oriental Medicine (OMD).
The NOMAA Mission NOMAA is the only accrediting agency in the United States advocating the first professional doctor of oriental medicine as the standard for acupuncture and Oriental medical training. NOMAA, a nonprofit 501(c) 3 educational corporation, was established in 2000 for the sole purpose of improving Oriental medical education. The NOMAA is a national specialized accrediting body whose mission is to provide accreditation for educational institutions that will offer an entry-level, doctoral degree program in Oriental Medicine. The NOMAA entry-level doctoral degree program is designed to prepare students for professional, independent and primary care practice within the parameters of each state's scope of practice regulations. The NOMAA Mission: "to provide accreditation for educational institutions that will offer entry-level doctoral degree programs in

8. Home | Oriental Medicine is a comprehensive site that has been established to provide detailed information on Oriental Medicine. This site will continue to be a work in progress.
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Home is a comprehensive site that has been established to provide detailed information on Oriental Medicine. This site will continue to be a work in progress. Information will be updated and expanded upon on a regular basis. We hope that this site will be a useful resource for those who are interested in learning about the full spectrum of Oriental Medicine, including its philosophies, modalities, strengths and weaknesses.
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9. Acupuncture Courses | Acupuncture Training | International College Of Oriental M
Describes the college and its courses, clinic and library. Includes details of BSc(Hons) Oriental Medicine validated by University of Brighton.
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Welcome to ICOM Deciding to study Chinese Medicine at degree level is a life changing experience for you, one that is exciting, challenging and rewarding. As a career, Acupuncture P Kharroubi and C Minto, Joint Principals
BSc Hons Acupuncture Our course is a three year BSc Honours degree programme in acupuncture, validated by the University of Greenwich and delivered by experienced senior lecturers and clinical practitioners. From the second year you will be taking responsibility for treating patients. We teach you all the main acupuncture approaches in an integrated, clinic based curriculum; in addition you will learn about Stems and Branches theory and practice. ICOM is the only college in the UK to offer this learning.
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10. Traditional Chinese Medicine - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Traditional Chinese medicine, also known as TCM, includes a range of traditional medicine practices originating in China. Although wellaccepted in the mainstream of medical care
Traditional Chinese medicine
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article contains Chinese text. Without proper rendering support , you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Chinese characters Alternative medical systems Traditional Chinese medicine/dried goods shop
in Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong Acupuncture Anthroposophic medicine ... Traditional medicine Chinese Mongolian Tibetan Unani NCCAM classifications ... Energy therapies See also Alternative medicine Glossary People v ... e Traditional Chinese medicine , also known as TCM , includes a range of traditional medicine practices originating in China . Although well-accepted in the mainstream of medical care throughout East Asia citation needed , it is considered an alternative medical system in much of the Western world. citation needed TCM practices include such treatments as Chinese herbal medicine acupuncture , dietary therapy, and Tui na massage Qigong and Taijiquan are also closely associated with TCM citation needed . Major theories include: Yin-yang , the Five Phases , the human body Meridian/Channel system

11. History And Philosophy Of Oriental Medicine
S OUTH B AY T OTAL H EALTH Health Care in Harmony with Nature Dr. Arlan Cage, ND, LAc
Health Care in Harmony with Nature
Dr. Arlan Cage, ND, LAc
History and Philosophy of
Oriental Medicine General Acupuncture Information Esoteric Acupuncture HOME Oriental Medicine
is the indiginous system of health care that has been used in China and throughout Asia for more than 5,000 years. It is based on the philosophies of Yin and Yang, polar opposite qualities that permeate everything in the Universe, combined with the concept of Qi, the body's living energy. In Oriental Medical philosophy, your normal state of health relies on a proper balance of Yin and Yang, and the proper flow of Qi in the body. Examples of Yin and Yang include day/night, light/dark, hot/cold, water/dry, active/passive. Neither can exist without its paired quality, and each of these, along with many others, are required in their proper proportion at the proper times. For example, an active mind and body is normal during the daytime, which is Yang in nature, but would be considered pathological during the night, a Yin time, when we should be passive and resting. The concept of Qi relates to the energy of the entire universe. In the human body, Qi is perceived to flow through the body in pathways called Meridians, which are associated with the major internal organs and disperse Qi throughout the body. The meridians branch into progressively smaller branches, eventually connecting to the nucleus of every cell in the body where our DNA is stored. The energy frequencies of Qi are thus hypothesized to be able to influence even the expression of DNA and our genetic makeup.

12. Eufom | Beroepsvereniging Voor Acupuncturisten
EUFOM is a professional organization for oriental medicine practitioners in Europe.

13. American Association Of Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine
“Serving our Members Through the Advancement of the AOM Profession.” AAAOM's leadership of the profession is achieved through collaborative governance with the State
Formed in 1981, the AAAOM is the national professional association promoting and advancing high ethical, educational, and professional standards in the practice of acupuncture and Oriental medicine (AOM) in the U.S. AAAOM mission statement: To promote excellence and integrity in the professional practice of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in order to enhance public health and well-being.
Whole Medicine: Teaming Up for Our Patients
The AAAOM is pleased to announce "Whole Medicine: Teaming Up for Our Patients." This historic event, to be held in Baltimore, Maryland, May 13-15, 2011, is co-sponsored by the AAAOM, The American Oriental Medicine Institute (AOMI) and the University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Center for Integrative Medicine. This event brings together the diverse disciplines of AOM-CAM and allopathic medicine to formulate a foundation for integrative medicine and patient-centered care.

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14. Jade Mountain Oriental Medicine
Jade Mountain Oriental Medicine, a modern medical clinic that honors the two traditions of acupuncture and chinese medicine.
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15. Samra University Of Oriental Medicine :: Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine
Offers Master of Science in Oriental Medicine. Los Angeles, California.

site description here. Key features of the clinic Acupuncture; Advanced qualifications; Oriental Body Balance therapist

17. Galena Acupuncture - Oriental Medicine
Oriental Medicine. Oriental Medicine (acupuncture and herbal medicine) is an elegant, 3,000 year old art of balancing energetic imbalances (disease) by means of inserting and
Oriental Medicine Oriental Medicine (acupuncture and herbal medicine) is an elegant, 3,000 year old art of balancing energetic imbalances (disease) by means of inserting and stimulating very slender needles at specific points on the body (acupuncture) and drinking specific herbal formulas known to balance meridian and organ level energy (herbal medicine). It is a natural, holistic approach to health that treats both the physical and emotional well-being of the patient.
Based on an energetic model rather than the biochemical model of Western medicine, acupuncture directly contacts the Qi (pronounced “chee”), or energy, that flows through your body and regulates it to prevent and resolve patterns of imbalance (disease). It helps the body heal itself and prevents recurrence of disease. For more information on Acupuncture or Herbal Medicine click the underlined links.

The World Health Organization recognizes acupuncture and traditional Oriental Medicine’s ability to treat over 43 common disorders, including:
  • Emotional and psychological disorders: depression, fatigue, anxiety, stress, headaches, weight loss, insomnia

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19. Oriental Medicine Internet Resources
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Home About Us Articles Clinical Trials ... Home Patient Packets MD-NEW PATIENT PACKET PT-NEW PATIENT PACKET AZUSA PATIENT PACKET PSC Patient Bill of Rights ... ASC Patient Bill of Rights Other Services Pain Management Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Behavioral Medicine ... Physical Medicine Service Available At Pasadena Rehabilitation Institute Azusa Pain Management Oriental Medicine Oriental Medicine also referred to as Chinese Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine or Chinese Herbal Medicine has a history going back to the 3rd Century BC. It is a system that includes herbal therapy, acupuncture, moxabustion, dietary changes and exercise (Tai Chi and Qi Gong). Oriental Medicine is used to treat or prevent a wide variety of health problems, and is used extensively in China and other parts of Asia. Oriental Medicine does not operate in a modern western scientific framework. It is based on a number of philosophical complexes such as the balance of Ying and Yang. However, there does exist evidence from modern western scientific experiments that acupuncture does provide pain relief. Oriental medicine does apply its own system of diagnosis and appropriate therapy is prescribed based on these diagnoses. Recommended reading: Wikipedia Traditional Chinese Medicine

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