Zu Yang, Xu Lei, Zheng Jie
College of Acupuncture Moxibustion and Tuina, Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang 712046, Shaanxi, China
Heat sensitive moxibustion therapy is a new type of moxibustion therapy that uses moxa heat to distinguish sensitivity for moxibustion. Tuina therapy has also been practiced for thousands of years and it shows the unique strengths in treating pain. Although there is no lack of records in the literature about the experience of heat-sensitive moxibustion combined with tuina for the treatment of pain, it is not difficult to find that heat sensitive moxibustion and massage are performed separately. This article organically combines the two excellent treatment methods of heat sensitive moxibustion and massage to make it a complete operation process. It proposes a new method of interspersed with tuina operation to treat topical pain while applying moxibustion. For your reference.
Heat Sensitive Moxibustion, Topical Tuina, Acupoint Selection, The Sensation Of Moxibustion, Pain
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