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Balance Method Acupuncture Inspire Real Change. Developed over 30 years by the late Grandmaster Dr. Richard Tehfu Tan, the Balance Method has revolutionized the acupuncture world. This simple, logical 3-step strategy precisely and effectively stimulates a minimal number of distal points. Tan BA, BA(H), DTCM Dip, DAOM, R.Ac., R.TCM.P. Is one of the few Certified Gold Level practitioners of the Balance System of Acupuncture under the late Grandmaster Dr. Richard Teh-fu Tan with the blessings of fellow senior students to pass on the legacy.

Tan’s Twelve Magical Point Acupuncture (Basic Structure) - Synopsis by Peter Borten, DAOM Right Hand Yin, Clockwise Right Hand Yin, Counter Right Hand Yang, Clockwise Right Hand Yang, Counter LU 11 or 10 PC 9 or 8 HT 9 or 8 LI 2 or 3 SJ 2 or 3 SI 2 or 3 LU 11 or 10 PC 9 or 8 HT 9 or 8 LI 5 or 11 SJ 6 or 10 SI 5 or 8 LI 1 or 2 SJ 1 or 2 SI 1. Dr tan 12 magic points pdf, Thank's to Brad I finally understand Dr. Richard Tan's 12 Magical Points. I have been a practitioner of Dr. Tan's Balance Method since And I was. 12 Magic points are used to balance the entire body (all the channels). Points on one side: LI 4, SJ 5, Liv 8 (Dr. Tan's liver point), Sp 9 Points on other side: Lu. Tel: (425) 806-4861 LD: (888) 998-9868 727 228th St. SE Bothell, WA 98021 Email Us. SERVICES: FAQ: ABOUT US: Acupuncture Chinese herbs Massage.

  • Acupuncture 1, 2, 3

    Richard Teh-Fu Tan, OMD, LAc., San Diego, CA, USA

    This treatment manual is a compilation of Dr Tan’s simple and effective methods, and will become your favorite reference for hands-on use in your clinical setting. Providing clear guidance in the application of the “Balance Method” for common clinical complaints, both new and seasoned practitioners of the Balance Method will achieve instant results by following the three basic steps outline in this practical manual.

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  • Dr. Tan’s Strategy of 12 Magical Points

    Richard Teh-Fu Tan, OMD, LAc., San Diego, CA, USA

    The strategy of the 12 Magical Points is geared at treating complex internal disorders, such as fibromyalgia, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, etc. Addressing cases without pain, with moving pain, or pain in several channels, this manual focuses on the twelve meridians through the use of twelve needles to provide a targeted and unique treatment approach. Case studies are included in this easy-to-use handbook.

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  • Twelve & Twelve in Acupuncture

    Richard Teh-Fu Tan & Stephen Rush, LAc., San Diego, CA, USA, 2003

    An advanced manual for the clinical application of the Balance Method, this book introduces the 12 extra points used in Dr Tan’s practice. Additional uses of the 12 regular meridian points are outlined in detail, and further discussed in extensive case studies by pointing out strategies in point combinations and clinical efficiency.

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  • Twenty-Four More in Acupuncture

    Richard Teh-Fu Tan & Stephen Rush, OMD, LAc., San Diego, CA, USA, 2003

    This point description manual provides a thorough discussion and strategy of Dr Tan’s key points. Coupled to clinical case studies, Dr Tan illustrates the unique use and indications of points he applies daily in his clinical practice.

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  • Shower of Jewels

    Richard Teh-Fu Tan & Cheryl Warnke, OMD, LAc., San Diego, CA, USA, 1996

    Written in a friendly language, this light-hearted introduction to FengShui provides sensible, easy-to-apply “cures” to harmonize and enhance environmental energies. Illustrating thirty-seven real-life cases from home and business owners, this book demonstrates the extraordinary influence of FengShui on health, happiness and prosperity.

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A very common question heard in all acupuncture clinics is, “Why are acupuncture points often used far from the site of pain?” There is a simple answer to that question and a highly technical one. In this article you’ll learn both.

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Dr. Richard Tan’s explanation:

One of the most famous teachers of acupuncture for pain was the late Dr. Richard Tan. He had a simple and poetic example that he’d use with his patients.

When you wish to turn the light in the room on or off, where is the switch? Is it on the ceiling next to the light or is it at a distant location on the wall? We needle where the switch is.

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Dr. Tan was an epic healer who had people lining up to get treatment. His kind of popularity doesn’t happen on accident, it happened because he was an expert at needling points far from the source of pain. His work is an inspiration to thousands of acupuncturists and his education has helped millions of people.

The poetic analogy he gives satisfies most people but many of us want to know why “needling the switch” works. That’s a bit more technical of an answer: So hang on tight!

Scientific explanation

Tan Acupuncture Pdf

We know through scientific research that distal acupuncture works not only better than a placebo but also better than local points. It is no mystery on why local points work, by stimulating blood flow to the area. But for quite a while science was not advanced enough to figure out why distal needling worked so well.

There are many excellent theories as to why distal needling works but the leading theory of how it works scientifically has to do we how the body develops from an embryo to a fetus then to a baby. The body, as it develops, goes through an unraveling process where you begin as a ball-like glob with each separate part of your body once part of one whole. Notice in the photo below how the tail bone is near the face, the shoulder near the ankles, etc. As the body unravels in it’s development the glob separates its physical connections however the neurological connection between those parts remain. “Therefore if a needle is placed into the wrist, it will send impulses to the midbrain, which releases chemicals to open up the blood vessels of the areas that the wrist was once connected to as a fetus.” (thank you Rodney Capriotti)

The embryological theory of acupuncture is quite extensive and well researched and the science of acupuncture is exploding. A book that is rapidly becoming required reading by all acupuncturists is The Spark In the Machine by Daniel Keown an ER doctor turned acupuncturist. I recommend all acupuncturists read this book but also other medical practitioners and even the general public. His writing isn’t too technical and can be quite the eye opener to the truly curious patient who wants to understand their own body from a perspective they never considered.

If you notice the picture of the embryo above you will notice how the feet and tail bone are near the eyes. There is a point on foot that for two thousand years was used to benefit the eyes. It was a mystery to how this process worked but the theory of embryology explains it and in 2002 a ground breaking experiment confirms it. A group of scientists lead by a Dr. Cho used a fMRI machine to measure changes in the brain when needling the points that benefit the eyes. They stimulated the eyes with light, then stimulated them with acupuncture. The results were absolutely amazing.

One of my favorite books that explains Dr. Cho’s research and other amazing bits of information is called the Healing Power of Acupressure and Acupuncture by Matthew Bauer. Not only is this a good book for all acupuncturists to own, but it’s requiring reading, in my opinion, for patients. Also 100% of the profits Matthew earns from that book gets donated to The Acupuncture Now Foundation.

Dr. Tan taught acupuncturists about the importance of “needling the light switch”. Science proves him right. So the next time you get acupuncture treatment far from your site of pain you can smile knowing a little bit more of the healing techniques that Keep you moving forward.

RIP Dr. Richard Tan

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