Websites with information on Chinese medicine (acupuncture, herbs, etc.)
This site is listed on the syllabus. Good information. Updated monthly. Click the
Excellent site. Click on “acupuncture points” in the public information section of the
homepage, for detailed links (don’t forget to check the graphics for each meridian) on the
meridians and a point by point analysis. Very detailed. If the index page is overwhelming,
try starting at http://www.yinyanghouse.com/acupoints.html
Pages for looking up all the meridian points in a variety of ways. Well organized, with
practical advice for practitioners (e.g., which points to not use on a pregnant woman).
Discusses yuan, luo, xi, hui, mu, shu, etc. types of points.
A somewhat comprehensive site, with sections on acupuncture, herbs, diagnosis, etc.
Quick index to acupuncture point sites
http://www.internalhealers.com/tcm/acupuncture/points_all.asp with a description of each
point (links), illustrations and photos of herbs, etc., and sections on each of the meridians,
basic theory, etc. Well done site.
Basic information, including details on licensing practioners.
The charts are a bit small, even on a 19” screen, but offers a quick overview.
Los Angeles Chinese Learning Center. Nicely done site. Highlights several key points
and explains their use, rather than trying to exhaustively cover every point. Includes
answers to frequently asked questions.
A bit technical for neophytes, but worth a look just to see how complex acupuncture
An example of a school (in the New York tri-state area) that