A Tooth from the Tiger's Mouth: How to Treat Your Injuries with Powerful Healing Secrets of the Great Chinese Warrior

A renowned expert in Chinese sports medicine and martial arts reveals ancient Eastern secrets for healing common injuries, including sprains, bruises, deep cuts, and much .For centuries, Chinese martial arts masters have kept their highly prized remedies as carefully guarded secrets, calling such precious and powerful knowledge a tooth from the tiger s mouth Now, foA renowned expert in Chinese sports medicine and martial arts reveals ancient Eastern secrets for healing common injuries, including sprains, bruises, deep cuts, and much .For centuries, Chinese martial arts masters have kept their highly prized remedies as carefully guarded secrets, calling such precious and powerful knowledge a tooth from the tiger s mouth Now, for the first time, these deeply effective methods are revealed to Westerners who want alternative ways to treat the acute and chronic injuries experienced by any active person.While many books outline the popular teachings of traditional Chinese medicine, only this one offers step by step instructions for treating injuries Expert practitioner and martial artist Tom Bisio explains the complete range of healing strategies and provides a Chinese first aid kit to help the reader fully recover from every mishap cuts, sprains, breaks, dislocations, bruises, muscle tears, tendonitis, and much .He teaches readers how to Examine and diagnose injuries Prepare and apply herbal formulas Assemble a portable kit for emergencies Fully recuperate with strengthening exercises and healing dietary adviceComprehensive and easy to follow, with drawings to illustrate both the treatment strategies and the strengthening exercises, this unique guidebook will give readers complete access to the powerful healing secrets of the great Chinese warriors.
A Tooth from the Tiger s Mouth How to Treat Your Injuries with Powerful Healing Secrets of the Great Chinese Warrior A renowned expert in Chinese sports medicine and martial arts reveals ancient Eastern secrets for healing common injuries including sprains bruises deep cuts and much For centuries Chinese marti

  • Title: A Tooth from the Tiger's Mouth: How to Treat Your Injuries with Powerful Healing Secrets of the Great Chinese Warrior
  • Author: Tom Bisio Xue Zhu
  • ISBN: 9780743245517
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “A Tooth from the Tiger's Mouth: How to Treat Your Injuries with Powerful Healing Secrets of the Great Chinese Warrior”

    1. If you even curiousGreat book on how to heal, repair and remedy many injuries that can happen in martial arts and everyday life

    2. An accessible introduction to self-care for martial artists, covering acute care for various training injuries, rehab for chronic problems, and preventative care and wellness practices also. Includes self-massage, acupressure, stretching, qigong and daoyin exercises, as well as an extensive discussion of herbal treatments, both patent medicines and traditional formulas. Many of the formulas would be hard to make for a beginner, but virtually all the common ones are available for purchase from Ka [...]

    3. has recipes for liniments and what not that sound relatively easy to follow. interesting alternatives to iceing swelling and reasons to not ice past the initial few minutes.i kindof like reading these two books at the same time. different perspectives from different places on medicine to some degree.

    4. As someone who's into Chinese Medicine and who works on many people with musculoskeletal problems, I found Bisio's book fascinating. He uses many approaches from liniments and poultices, to acupressure and ear auriculotherapy. And all information is decocted down into simple to understand chapters.

    5. I recommend this book to anyone pursuing any type of physical activity. From bumps and bruises to strains, sprains, and contusions this book has something to help you heal faster. The qi gong exercises are nice as well.

    6. This is a really practical straight forward book on body mechanics, both in injury and prevention. I feel grateful when people like Bisio are able to synthesize information into a very clear and tangible manner.

    7. The art of Chinese sports medicine. Not five stars because it is somewhat difficult for a beginner to make use of many of the recipes (the ingredients are foreign), but would be an excellent resource for any martial art school or health practitioner.

    8. This book is very well written and easy for the layment to follow. It's really interesting for those who are interested in learning more about preventative medicine in Traditional Chinese Medicine and their perspective on how and why and how to treat our various malaise.

    9. Tom was my Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor back in the late 90's, and helped me recover from some very serious health issues. He's an excellent martial artist and TCM practitioner, and this book is fantastic! A must for every martial artist's library!

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