Preliminary Notes on Treating Children. Part I. Theoretical Principles. 1. Historical Background: Treating Children in Japan. 2. Introduction. 3. Diagnostic Principles. Part II. Practice. 4. Treatment Principles. 5. Treating Babies (From Birth to 12 Months). 6. Treating Small Children (from 2-3 Years). 7. Treating Pre-school Children (from 4-6 years). 8. Treating School-age Children (7-14 Years). 9. Treating Adults. 10. Treating the Elderly and People with Impaired Mobility. 11. Practical Use within the Home Setting. 12. Examples from Practice. 13. Epilogue (Feedback). Bibliography.
Everything you need to know on Shonishin treatment for the young or old
Thomas Wernicke is a licensed General Practitioner with qualifications in complementary medicine, Chinese and Japanese acupuncture, as well as manual therapies including craniosacral therapy and osteopathy for adults, children and babies, psychosomatic therapy and homeopathy. He is a member of the Japanese Scientific Society for Shonishin, and since 2004, he has been the Training Manager for Daishi Hari Shonishin in Europe. Thomas is also Founding Member and President of the International Society for Traditional Japanese Medicine. He lives in Hochheim, Germany.