A Practical Application of
Meridian Style Acupuncture

By John E. Pirog


This is the first original text in English to attempt a comprehensive and rigorous exposition of meridian style acupuncture. In doing so it clarifies many of the underlying patterns determining modern acupuncture's formulas. Elements of acupuncture which often remain confusing for practitioners are presented in the broader context of energic theory through both clear analysis and practical application.

Prof. Pirog is currently Professor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the Minnesota College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Northwestern Health Sciences University. He has helped establish community-based acupuncture clinics in Chicago and maintains a private practice.

Paperback, 392 pages, bibliography, glossary, illustrations throughout, charts, detailed index, 1996, ISBN 1-881896-13-7, LC 95-69801

Chinese Bodywork
A Complete Manual of Chinese Therapeutic Massage

Edited by Sun Chengnan


The standard for the study of tuina and an aid to practitioners of all forms of massage. Includes highly detailed, careful descriptions of massage techniques and an extensive presentation of treatment strategies for acute and chronic disease, physical and sports injuries.

The late Sun Chengnan was director of the Shandong Tuina Association.

Paperback, 328 pages, 124 photos, illustrations, 1993, ISBN 1-881896-06-4

Acupuncture, Meridian Theory,and Acupuncture Points

By Li Ding


This comprehensive text offers a lucid, organized approach to the fundamental concepts that acupuncturists and other TCM practitioners must master. Includes detailed explanations of the points with clear diagrams showing their locations. A classic.

Professor Li Ding serves on the Board of the All China Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion.

Cloth, 414 pages, 264 illustrations, charts, 1992, ISBN 0-8351-2143-7