Why every Hijama Therapist needs this manual:
Guidance on types of Hijama Therapies
The Hijama Clinic Manual first describes the background and proper use of Hijama in detail, guiding the practitioner as to which patients are more suited to the treatment and how much blood needs to be removed in each case. The manual details how to identify constitutions and basic disease syndromes in relation to Hijama therapy.
Clear images with detailed location guides
Each point is illustrated clearly and the location is described so that the practitoner can easily find the point correctly. Measurements are illustrated directly on the images and subsurface anatomy also displayed when needed in order to show the practitioner exactly where the point is found. Together with this the methods of bleeding are advised.
Indications, Methods and Precautions for each point
The manual gives the full indications and use of every point with regards to which illnesses can be remedied by using the point as well as how to bleed the point and any precautions or contraindications that have to be observed when doing so. This level of detail is not found in any other Hijama book.
Instructions on performing basic and advanced bleeding techniques
The Manual includes a section on bleeding methods which shows the basic Hijama methods as well as advanced bleeding methods such as spider vein bleeding, ear point bleeding, emergency bleeding methods etc.
Access to Dr Latib's video series
Includes access to Dr Latib's video series where he goes through each point in detail.
Accompanying Hijama points clinic charts
Includes the accompanying full colour clinic charts for easy reference in the clinic. The chart shows each point clearly with its name and location and relevant page number in the manual.
Take a look inside the manual
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The Hijama Clinic Manual is not just a collection of points, but rather a detailed description of each point with clear illustrations and advice with regards to the best methods of bleeding the point and for what it can be used.
- Each page is devoted to 1 or 2 specific points
- Includes illustrated instructions on performing the techniques
- Reference for point selection based on illness
Designed for daily clinic use
The Hijama Clinic Manual has been designed with the practitioner in mind.
It comes with a gloss cover, full color inside pages and easy reference tabs for quick searching in clinic.
The manual also includes access to Dr Latib's upcoming video lecture series on each of the points mentioned in the book.
If you confirm your order you also receive the accompanying clinic charts that cross reference back to the manual.