ACUPUNCTURE WITHOUT NEEDLES by J. V. Cerney
Revised & Updated Edition - June 1, 1999 (380 pages)
A practical, contemporary guide to the ancient Chinese healing
art of acupuncture without needles. Revised and updated with new
detailed illustrations for a contemporary look, this book presents
acupressure in terms that anyone can understand and use in the
privacy of his or her own home. The author shows step-by-step how
to apply this ancient Chinese healing art of finger-pressure
technique to treat a wide variety of ailments such as fatigue,
migraine, colds, tension, loss of hearing, eye problems, blood
pressure problems, and many more. With brand new illustrations,
this book lets the reader see where pain or discomfort begins,
how it may show up in other parts of the body, and how to use
this needle-less technique to eliminate it.
This is the original book on the subject and a popular alternative
medicine classic that has sold successfully for over twenty years.
With over 100 clear, useful illustrations, it is the most
user-friendly book on the market.
About the Author:
The late Dr. J.V. Cerney was President of Professional Research
and a specialist in podiatric medicine and physical therapeutics. He
is the winner of a national award for his research in skin disease
and received several commendations for his work in physical fitness.
He was a member of the National Athletic Trainers association and
The American College of Sports Medicine.