‘Divers around the world should rejoice in seeing this book published. It is a comprehensive manual of health conditions associated with diving. Incorporating both Western and Chinese medicine perspectives, Janneke Vermeulen details the clinical features of disorders that can be aggravated or initiated by diving, or inhibit one’s ability to enter the water in the first place. She gives numerous practical and effective treatments, acupuncture point combinations and lifestyle recommendations that will help practitioners treat divers better so that they can keep on diving.’
Lillian Pearl Bridges, author of ‘Face Reading in Chinese Medicine, 2nd Edition’
‘This book embodies both art and science – with her exquisite colour diving photographs, medical illustrations, and Western and Chinese medicine treatments, for ear, nose and throat (ENT) imbalances and other syndromes. The protocols are well organized, and can also be utilized for ENT problems caused by “frequent flying”, chronic sinus issues, colds, etc. Her last chapter beautifully addresses the spirit and the receptive, yin aspect of the Water element, which encourages meditation and a sense of being present in the eternal Now.’
Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, L. Ac., M. S., M. M., Dipl. Ac., NCCAOM, author, international teacher of facial acupuncture, and opera singer
‘This book will fill the gap between Western diving medicine and the acupuncture point of view. And it is easy to access for non-acupuncture medicals.’
Menno TW Gaastra, M.D., medical director DAN Europe for the Netherlands
As ‘The Great Wave off Kanagawa‘ of Katsushika Hokusai (copyright Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) is used for the cover of ‘Diving Medical Acupuncture’, Janneke’s book is included in the library of the Rijksmuseum.
Diving Medical Acupuncture has been published in Chinese language in 2021 by Shanghai Popular Science Press (translation by professor Weigang Xu, professor Wei Gu and professor Yanli You).