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True Nature Radio: Experiences of a Seasoned Oriental Medicine Practitioner

PAGATIM on May 02, 2013 23:18

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    Henry McCann on Naikan and Acupuncture Bleeding Techniques

    Heiner interviews Henry McCann, LAc, who in his search for more profound clinical outcomes, encountered two effective yet little known clinical modalities. One, naikan, is a Japanese emotional healing system born out of Buddhist cultivation. It has many similarities to the Confucian (Wang Fengyi) emotional healing system described in several previous shows. The other is the practice of bleeding acupuncture points, which is likely to have been one of the original forms of acupuncture treatment in ancient times (see also our March 7, 2013 show with Dr. Brenda Hood entitled “Chinese Medicine Bleeding Techniques Can Produce Rapid and Profound Results”).

    Dr. Henry McCann, DAOM, LAc was among the first group of people in the US nationally certified in Oriental medicine (NCCAOM). He has taught extensively in both the US and Europe, and is on the faculty of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (NYC) and the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine doctoral program, and is the head lecturer for the Cork Institute of Post-Graduate Acupuncture (Ireland). As a writer, Dr. McCann has been published in the international Journal of Chinese Medicine and has written a textbook on acupuncture. He has practiced and taught Asian martial arts for 25 years, and teaches Qigong and Daoist meditation.

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