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Acupuncture Book “Meridian Circuit Systems” Offers Unique Approaches and Greater Clinical Results


To achieve optimum clinical results acupuncture requires a high degree of technical precision.  This is required in diagnosis, treatment design, and point selection.  In the book, “Meridian Circuit Systems,” an easy to use system is presented to help acupuncture specialists get quick results with fewer needles.  This method is based on a form of pattern identification that is rooted in advanced channel theory.  

While most acupuncturists use zang-fu or 5-element approaches to pattern identification, Meridian Circuit Systems presents a system of syndrome differentiation that is primarily based on the various connections that exist between the meridians.  This easy to use system integrates with more traditional methods used in Chinese medicine, but it simplifies the diagnostic process and often produces quicker clinical results. 

In the book, author James Spears presents 15 meridian patterns that are widely seen in clinic.  For instance, liver patterns that affect the stomach or intestines are usually identified as a jue yin – yang ming pattern, while liver patterns that cause headaches, neck pain, and shoulder tension are often identified as a jue yin – shao yang pattern.  While the jue yin – shao yang pattern is associated with conditions like tinnitus, dizziness, hypertension, headaches, and neck pain, the jue yin – yang ming pattern is typically involved in conditions like IBS, gastrointestinal ulcers, abdominal pain, and constipation.  

Since its release the book has been very popular among the global acupuncture community, and several international companies are distributing it.  The book is available through Redwing Books and Amazon in the US, Chinese Medicine Times in Europe, and China Books in Australia.

In addition, an online course that covers the material in the book has been approved for continuing education credits by the NCCAOM.  For more information about the book or course visit: 


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