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Zhongguo Gu Shang. 2011 Sep;24(9):779-84.

[Academic essential views on three kinds of bone-setting works published in Edo-period of Japan].

[Article in Chinese]

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Butsuryo College of Osaka, Sakai city 593-8324, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. qiangli@butsuryo.ac.jp

Abstract

The ancient Japanese bone-setting therapy originated from the ancient Chinese bone-setting therapy. This paper gave an introduction to three works published in Edo-period of Japan. Each of them has been regarded as the cornerstone of the Japanese bone-setting therapy: KOUSHI Houyoku Honetsugiryojichouhouki (1746), YOSHIHARA Motomune Kyoinsaiseikotsuyouketsu (1789-1800) and NINOMIYA Genka Seikotsuhan (1808). This article also discussed the academic relationship between these three works and the ancient Chinese bone-setting therapy.

PMID:
22007591
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