Contemporary Medical Acupuncture: — A Systems Approach by Guan-Yuan Jin MD, L.Ac., Jia-Jia X. Jin OMD, L.Ac., Louis L.

By Guan-Yuan Jin MD, L.Ac., Jia-Jia X. Jin OMD, L.Ac., Louis L. Jin MS, BS. (auth.)

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Advancements in modern scientific research about While researching such complex systems with clinical acupuncture and its techniques. In classical systems theory, methods of mathe- TCM including its meridians theory continues to matics were often used to study the transmission, have a strong vitality, even until today. However, storage, and alteration of information during the many of the ancient TCM terminology carry too controlling process, while less attention was paid to much primitiveness and vague definitions, which the biological meanings of that information.

Tendon organs may be stimulated. Warm stimulation These two types of sensory receptors, especially of moxibustion is simpler; its target is warm thermo- muscle spindles, have already been considered as sensory receptors distributed on or beneath the skin. main sensory receptors within deep acupoints. In a On the contrary, the situation of needling is more recent study, fifty sensory receptors located at complex than that of moxibustion. Of course, Shangyang (LI1), Shaoshang (LUll), Zhongchong warmness or coolness induced by applcation of (PC9), Yuji (LU10), Daling (PC7), Neiguan (PC6), certain specific needling methods, such as heat-or O ix9 O o t3 r c cool-producing needling techniques, also depend on They are generally recognized as Pacinian and the activation of those thermosensory receptors.

Their pecking moxibustion). The most common method therapeutic actions are realized through direct of moxibustion is using either a moxa stick or a moxa stimulation of mechanosensory receptors on the cone, where it mainly stimulates thermosensory body surface or within points. Not only is the receptors located on the skin or subcutaneous layers. mechanical stimulation simple and safe, it also is When burning moxa floss around the needle handle, more difficult to be adapted by the body, which is thermal stimulation may also conduct through the relevant in attaining desired therapeutic effec- needle body and activate thermosensory receptors tiveness for cases that require a lengthy stimulation distributed at different depths of points including duration.

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