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The role of connective tissue as the physical medium for the conduction of healing energy in acupuncture and rolfing

  title={The role of connective tissue as the physical medium for the conduction of healing energy in acupuncture and rolfing},
  author={David M. Larson},
  journal={American journal of acupuncture},
  • D. Larson
  • Published 1990
  • Medicine
  • American journal of acupuncture
This paper is an exploration of the new understanding of the primary role that connective tissue plays in the distribution of Qi throughout the body and the acupuncture meridians. The final discussion proposes a new understanding of the body and suggests new possibilities of diagnosis, treatment, and potential research 
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