Besides what’s listed here, please check out all the articles in the Pain section, which I wrote with both patients and practitioners in mind.
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By the way, when I was studying it, this system was called Classical Five Element Acupuncture – a term the Worsleys had trademarked, since many people were/are practicing systems they called “Five Element Acupuncture,” – though then and now, the great majority of the ideas and techniques that comprise what people in the West call Five Element Acupuncture derives from Worsley’s material. But since J.R.’s death, the name has been changed to Worsley Five-Element Acupuncture. This is probably a more accurate name, since the system is very much a synthesis of different philosophies and techniques by J.R., and not actually “classical” as a single cohesive system.
More to come:
I have a lot more similar charts, tables, and note compilations that I hope to upload over time. I’d also like to collect clinic reference materials that other practitioners have made and link to them here, so contact me if you want to share.
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