Publisher: Precocity Press

The Authoritative Quick Reference Guide to Master Tung’s Acupuncture Points

The acupuncture style of Master Tung has become increasingly valued for its simplicity, ease of use, and strong clinical efficacy–making it one of the fastest-growing forms of acupuncture today.

Yet Master Tung’s style is not included in the Traditional Chinese Medicine curriculum, but sometimes offered as an elective course. Unfortunately, interested students do not learn how to combine the Master Tung’s points and make them useful in actual practice.

Too often, this leads to a difficult bind in a clinical setting where time is limited. With Tung’s style having 740 points – more than double the points of Traditional Chinese Medicine – it is up to students to recall point combinations while assessing the best treatment for a presenting patient.

That’s where Master Tung & Master Young for Practitioners and Students comes in.

It was created specifically for practitioners and students new to practicing Master Tung’s Acupuncture points. Author DJamal Kord, L.Ac., Ph.D., spent years meticulously studying, cross-referencing, and describing the points to create the guidebook he wished he had when he first began practicing Dr. Tung’s methods.

The result is this indispensable handbook that can be referred to at any time in the clinic or in your private practice. It’s like having an actual “guide” with you as you get comfortable using the Tung points and combinations.

Exceptionally Organized, Expertly Referenced

Organized into three user-friendly sections, every point and point combination is thoroughly referenced.

1. Full Description and Expert Guidance for all 740 Tung Acupuncture Points

The first section provides a thorough breakdown of each of Master Tung’s Acupuncture points, including the following essential information:

  • Point Name
  • Reaction Area
  • Indications
  • Location
  • Needle Technique
  • Clear Visual Drawing

The detailed location descriptions, precise needling techniques, and simple, clear drawings provide excellent guidance.

2. Expert Point Combinations for Disease/Pain

The second section provides expert, tested point combinations for an index of disease and pain types.

3. Reaction Area References

This third section provides a thorough index of reaction areas and lists each corresponding point number, making them easy to find.

Informed by the Foremost Teachers of Master Tung’s Acupuncture Style

The guidebook’s substantive content is the fruit of years of intense study, practical experience, and cross-referencing.

The book’s content reflects a skillful integration of the teachings of Masters Tung’s most notable disciples Dr. Wei-Chieh Young (Master Young), Dr. Palden Carson, M.D., Dr. Miriam Lee—and Susan Johnson, L.Ac., with the author’s hands-on experience.

The author studied the works of Dr. Miriam Lee in depth and took seminars with Master Young, where he met Susan Johnson. He became a senior student of Susan’s, and they began a collaboration to develop precise locations and detailed descriptions for each of Master Tung’s Acupuncture points and Master Young’s point combinations. DJamal continued to use and refine his own understanding of this work in his private practice.

The result is this remarkable guidebook.

“Master Tung & Master Young for Practitioners and Students” is among the very best guides for practical use. You can rely on it and expand your own understanding of Master Tung’s Acupuncture with its meticulous instruction.

Master Tung & Master Young for Practitioners and Students