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Acupuncture for Chronic Pain

Source: WebMD It’s a mystery and a miracle: An acupuncture needle inserted in the pinkie toe changes a breech baby’s position in the womb. How is this possible? Ever since the 1970s, when this ancient Chinese tradition debuted in the U.S., Western researchers have sought to understand the phenomenon of acupuncture. But the American more »

Battlefield Acupuncture

Source: Air Force Global Strike Command No one really knows how it began. The most common story is about an Army surgeon in Ancient China who was treating a soldier for chronic back pain. During battle, his patient was shot in the leg by an arrow, and strangely enough his back pain disappeared. Shortly more »

Dr. Mercola Explains Acupuncture

Source: Dr. Mercola Acupuncture is an ancient holistic health care system still widely practiced in China. It falls under the wider umbrella, known in the West as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which also includes the use of herbs and other therapies. Diagnostic systems also include tongue and pulse diagnosis. Contrary to allopathic, symptom-based medicine, more »

Helping Cancer Sufferers

Source: CDAPress Patients undergoing traditional cancer therapies suffer immense side effects. They range from pain to nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hot flashes, insomnia, depression, anxiety and other mental issues, lack of motivation, dry mouth, peripheral neuropathy, and just a sense of not feeling well. While there are many other side effects, the above-mentioned ones are more »

Study on Acupuncture for Cancer

Source: News 4 Jax A University of Florida College of Nursing professor will examine how acupuncture might help curb weight loss in cancer patients with a wasting syndrome. Saun-Joo Yoon, an associate professor of nursing, has received a UF Research Opportunity Seed Fund award for 2014-2016 to conduct the study. Yoon and colleagues from more »

Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen - Amazing Acupuncture

Source: Windsor Star You may not like the idea of being needled, but acupuncture has been a go-to therapy for 5,000 years. And this Chinese healing art, which uses hair-thin needles to stimulate points in the body that affect chi or qi, the life energy, has been in the news lately — not just more »

Acupuncture Alternative to Surgery

Source: Austin Fit Magazine For many it’s a familiar story: Play hard and sometimes you hurt hard. Now you’re sitting across from your doctor. It’s bad. You’ve known it since the blackish-purple bruise formed. An intent expression is on his face, telling you surgery will be the only treatment for the small muscular tear, more »

Study Proves Why Acupuncture Works

Source: Examiner New groundbreaking research shows that the insertion of an acupuncture needle into the skin disrupts the branching point of nerves called C fibres. These C fibres transmit low-grade sensory information over very long distances by using Merkel cells as intermediaries. Dr. Morry Silberstein of the Curtin University of Technology will publish his more »

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