Traditional Chinese Medicine

by Fletcher Kovich


YouTube videos

Relief from IBS in the bluebell woods

Hay fever, its cause, and successful treatment with acupuncture

Migraine: the causes, treatment, and prevention

Stress: the symptoms, causes and treatment

Treatment of liver-related conditions

Treatment of kidney-related conditions

How Acupuncture Works

Articles and essays

How Our Body’s Evolution was guided by Our Abdominal Organs (The Intelligence behind Evolution)

What is the intelligent tissue theory, and how does it relate to acupuncture?

The lungs’ real-time states are reflected in the tissue at its related acupuncture points

The stomach's communication with its related acupoints, and the "intelligent tissue" hypothesis

The Daily Variance in Impedance at Acupuncture Points

The impedance profile of acupuncture points

A new definition of an acupuncture meridian

A curious oversight in acupuncture research

The misattribution of Chinese Medicine organs

An unusual tongue anomaly

Hernia treated with acupuncture (case history)

The heat generated by our liver when we are angry

Practice insight into the issue of whether to needle on both sides

Can acupuncture treat inherited conditions? (or: The myth of genetics)

Why does our body adjust to the seasons?

Which organ produces the symptoms of autism?

The Mental functions of our immune system

Treating headache and migraine

Symptoms left behind like confetti

Eye pain communicated by phone

The seasonal body clock

Why does reading pulses make me belch?

Money with my name on

My first Reiki treatments

Learning Reiki

In Chinese Medicine, is ‘energy’ the pathogen?

Acupuncture research project

The results so far in Fletcher’s ongoing acupuncture research project.


Acupuncture Today and in Ancient China

Acupuncture Today and in Ancient ChinaNonfiction. This book clearly explains Chinese acupuncture. It describes which parts of the Nei Jing are fact based, metaphorical, or untrue; identifies the conflicting Nei Jing theories on metabolism, and which are true or untrue; and key concepts such as the Chinese medicine organ functions are also clearly explained in relation to contemporary physiology.

The book provides students or practitioners with an indispensable guide to properly understanding the Chinese medicine of the Nei Jing. And it also enables Chinese medicine to be explained to patients using terms they can understand.

Acupuncture Explained

Acupuncture ExplainedNonfiction. The book provides a clear, easy-to-read account of what Chinese acupuncture is, how it works, and what it can treat – all expressed in terms that can be understood by Western readers. It provides acupuncture students or patients with an overview of the entire subject.