A website for traditional/classical acupuncturists that calculates open acupuncture points based on a variety of traditional theoretical models.

Having created AcuRhythm mobile apps for both Apple iOS and Android, I have decided to create a web version which will be the only one actively developed with new functionality from now on.

Please note this website is designed for experienced acupuncturists. I would highly recommend having an understanding of the theory behind each of the methods you decide to use in your practice. With this in mind I have provided a bibliography of books below which will help in this matter.

Please go to the Settings page to select the Time Zone you are located in so the current time is correct for you. This applies to the Daily Open Points page.

Bibliography

Burmeister, M. (1997). Jin Shin Jyutsu - Text 2. Jin Shin Jyutsu Inc. Scottsdale, AZ.

Cheng-Tsai Liu et al. (1999). A Study of Daoist Acupuncture & Moxibustion. Blue Poppy Press. Boulder. ISBN 189184508X

Liu Bing Qyan (Compiler). (1988). Optimum Time for Acupuncture - A Collection of Traditional Chinese Chronotherapeutics. Shandong Science and Technology Press. Jinan, China. ISBN 7533102827

Manaka Y. et al. (1995). Chasing the Dragons Tail. Paradigm Press. Boulder. ISBN 0912111321

Matsumoto K, Birch S. (1993). Hara Diagnosis: Reflections on the Sea. Paradigm Press. Boulder. ISBN 0912111135

Tan R. (2007). Acupuncture 1, 2, 3. Richard Tan, San Diego. ISBN 0975941232

Twicken D. (2006). I Ching Acupuncture - The Balance Method (2nd edition). David Twicken. ISBN 0975956205

Yang Li, (1998). Book of Changes and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Beijing Science & Technology Press. ISBN 7530420259


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