Treat Back Pain Distally: Get Instant Pain Relief with Distal Acupuncture


Treat back pain with acupuncture for instant results. Use Tung and Balance Method. Theory and Case Studies. Muscle Images. Tung Point location images. How to easily tell which meridian to treat for lower back pain, hip pain, coccyx, sacrum. There are 332 pages of theory, how to treat pain with 1-2 needles. How to treat chronic back pain after multiple surgeries. We call them acupuncture quickies. If your patient can barely walk due to back pain, there is a fast solution. The Balance Method, which has been made popular by Dr. Tan, is clearly explained. Tung acupuncture point images, TCM points images, all the images you need to do these treatments. It is all in one book. This is a complete reference for treating anything from BL 23 down to the coccyx.


“The book has great explanations about the differences in low back pain. I learned many different approaches to treat the lower back pain in this book. Its very specific to treating joints, muscles, using different images and distal points.Another great book by authors!” by Driz

“My mom has been getting the treatments for her hips for years and we read Brad’s first book and it was brilliant. This one is a great addition and very informative enjoy reading the different case studies and the varying treatments. I am happy that he included all of the skills of Master Tung, Dr. Tan and TCM all together in this one. The details are very clear and I learned so much and now have a clearer understanding of what they do and why.” by Crystal Simons


About the authors

Brad Whisnant

Brad is a native Oregonian, who’s spent his entire life helping others. He served four years in the US Marines and then graduated from Portland State University and began a career of helping others in many different aspects.
At the age of 34 he knew he wanted to pursue a childhood goal of practicing medicine. So he enrolled in the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and graduated in 2007 with a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture.
Then in 2011 he graduated from the Emperors College in California with a Doctorate degree in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. Less than 3% of all acupuncturists have a “doctorate” in America.  Currently he is the only Doctor of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in Columbia County.

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Deborah Bleecker

Due to a repetitive stress injury that she suffered in 1995, and after receiving treatments from many doctors without results, she decided to look for help in Chinese medicine.
She is now pain free and strongly believes that There is no reason to suffer: “Chronic pain has a cause. You did not just magically have pain with no underlying reason. Your body will heal itself. It just needs a little help. With the right help, you can completely recover your health.”
She’ve been treating patients for 17 years. There are a lot of options. Acupuncture and Chinese herbs are her main modality, but she also does extensive research on all natural remedies. She studies constantly to learn as much as she can to help people to get better.
She went to acupuncture school in Austin, Texas and has currently two published books: “Insomnia Relief” containing dozens of remedies to help you sleep better; and “Back Pain” As an acupuncturist, Deborah have successfully treated back pain for years and in this book she is sharing her experience with natural remedies.

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