July 8, 2011 — Elsevier Publications of London, England, one of the oldest and largest textbook publishers in the world, asked John Stump, DC, PhD, EdD, to join a team of medical writers in a book on a very challenging scientific theory of Human Energy, termed “Qi” by the Chinese more than 3,000 years ago.
The book, titled Energy Medicine: East and West, was released June 2011 and is written by the world’s leading authorities’ on energy medicine.
The chapter written by Stump is titled, “The Anatomy of Qi.”
Stump recently retired from teaching and has more time to write and put his experience and knowledge of illness and the human body into print. One of his passions is to show that Qi is the Yin side of Innate, which is the Yang side of the same energy of the human body. Stump wants everyone to understand why these systems are an intricate part of health and wellness.
After receiving his chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1976, Stump did post-doctoral study of acupuncture in China, Japan, and Korea for more than 10 years.
He became one of the first professors of Oriental medicine in the United States and lectured for the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture around the world. This is his fifth textbook contribution along with numerous profession and journal articles.
Source: Integrative Medicine Center, www.alternative-concepts.com