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North American Journal of Oriental Medicine

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The purpose of NAJOM is to facilitate networking among practitioners of Oriental medicine so that they may enhance their knowledge and skills. As an international and multi-disciplinary publication, NAJOM does not uphold a particular approach or viewpoint, but our aim is to foster the growth and refinement of Oriental medicine grounded in skilled touch. With due respect for all traditions and perspectives of Oriental medicine, NAJOM pursues this aim by highlighting the theories and practices of traditional Japanese medicine. This includes Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion, kampo (herbology), shiatsu, anma, and do-in, which emphasize the vital role of touch in healing.Having developed over a thousand years, traditional Japanese medicine is an amalgamation of numerous aspects, developments, and interpretations of Oriental medicine in Japan. Oriental medicine is now practiced around the world and will continue to evolve and develop to suit the unique environment and needs of each region. NAJOM seeks to contribute to the development of Oriental medicine in North America by making more information available about traditional Japanese practices and how they are being applied to day. The primary intention behind NAJOM is to serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas which inspire and motivate practitioners of Oriental medicine to deepen their understanding and refine their art.
  CenterPointMN | Dec 23, 2019 |
The purpose of NAJOM is to facilitate networking among practitioners of Oriental medicine so that they may enhance their knowledge and skills. As an international and multi-disciplinary publication, NAJOM does not uphold a particular approach or viewpoint, but our aim is to foster the growth and refinement of Oriental medicine grounded in skilled touch. With due respect for all traditions and perspectives of Oriental medicine, NAJOM pursues this aim by highlighting the theories and practices of traditional Japanese medicine. This includes Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion, kampo (herbology), shiatsu, anma, and do-in, which emphasize the vital role of touch in healing.Having developed over a thousand years, traditional Japanese medicine is an amalgamation of numerous aspects, developments, and interpretations of Oriental medicine in Japan. Oriental medicine is now practiced around the world and will continue to evolve and develop to suit the unique environment and needs of each region. NAJOM seeks to contribute to the development of Oriental medicine in North America by making more information available about traditional Japanese practices and how they are being applied to day. The primary intention behind NAJOM is to serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas which inspire and motivate practitioners of Oriental medicine to deepen their understanding and refine their art.
  CenterPointMN | Dec 23, 2019 |
The purpose of NAJOM is to facilitate networking among practitioners of Oriental medicine so that they may enhance their knowledge and skills. As an international and multi-disciplinary publication, NAJOM does not uphold a particular approach or viewpoint, but our aim is to foster the growth and refinement of Oriental medicine grounded in skilled touch. With due respect for all traditions and perspectives of Oriental medicine, NAJOM pursues this aim by highlighting the theories and practices of traditional Japanese medicine. This includes Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion, kampo (herbology), shiatsu, anma, and do-in, which emphasize the vital role of touch in healing.Having developed over a thousand years, traditional Japanese medicine is an amalgamation of numerous aspects, developments, and interpretations of Oriental medicine in Japan. Oriental medicine is now practiced around the world and will continue to evolve and develop to suit the unique environment and needs of each region. NAJOM seeks to contribute to the development of Oriental medicine in North America by making more information available about traditional Japanese practices and how they are being applied to day. The primary intention behind NAJOM is to serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas which inspire and motivate practitioners of Oriental medicine to deepen their understanding and refine their art.
  CenterPointMN | Dec 23, 2019 |
The purpose of NAJOM is to facilitate networking among practitioners of Oriental medicine so that they may enhance their knowledge and skills. As an international and multi-disciplinary publication, NAJOM does not uphold a particular approach or viewpoint, but our aim is to foster the growth and refinement of Oriental medicine grounded in skilled touch. With due respect for all traditions and perspectives of Oriental medicine, NAJOM pursues this aim by highlighting the theories and practices of traditional Japanese medicine. This includes Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion, kampo (herbology), shiatsu, anma, and do-in, which emphasize the vital role of touch in healing.Having developed over a thousand years, traditional Japanese medicine is an amalgamation of numerous aspects, developments, and interpretations of Oriental medicine in Japan. Oriental medicine is now practiced around the world and will continue to evolve and develop to suit the unique environment and needs of each region. NAJOM seeks to contribute to the development of Oriental medicine in North America by making more information available about traditional Japanese practices and how they are being applied to day. The primary intention behind NAJOM is to serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas which inspire and motivate practitioners of Oriental medicine to deepen their understanding and refine their art.
  CenterPointMN | Dec 23, 2019 |
The purpose of NAJOM is to facilitate networking among practitioners of Oriental medicine so that they may enhance their knowledge and skills. As an international and multi-disciplinary publication, NAJOM does not uphold a particular approach or viewpoint, but our aim is to foster the growth and refinement of Oriental medicine grounded in skilled touch. With due respect for all traditions and perspectives of Oriental medicine, NAJOM pursues this aim by highlighting the theories and practices of traditional Japanese medicine. This includes Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion, kampo (herbology), shiatsu, anma, and do-in, which emphasize the vital role of touch in healing.Having developed over a thousand years, traditional Japanese medicine is an amalgamation of numerous aspects, developments, and interpretations of Oriental medicine in Japan. Oriental medicine is now practiced around the world and will continue to evolve and develop to suit the unique environment and needs of each region. NAJOM seeks to contribute to the development of Oriental medicine in North America by making more information available about traditional Japanese practices and how they are being applied to day. The primary intention behind NAJOM is to serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas which inspire and motivate practitioners of Oriental medicine to deepen their understanding and refine their art.
  CenterPointMN | Dec 23, 2019 |
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