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Acupuncture Effective for Chronic Pain

PAINWEEK 2016, the largest US pain conference for frontline clinicians with an interest in pain management: Presentation by Dr. Richard Harris–“What we found is that there are many areas of the brain where acupuncture needling changed the opioid receptor...

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Veterinary Acupuncture

From Living Well Magazine: The original animal that we know of that was treated with acupuncture in China was the horse. Today acupuncture is practiced on horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, pigs, sheep, goats, cows, ducks, various birds, and even exotic mammals.

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Managing Pain Without Opioids:

Why You Should Consider Acupuncture

The United States is currently experiencing an addiction epidemic on levels unseen since the crack epidemic of the 1980s, and opioids are at the center of this crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention nearly 2.5 million people across the country are currently addicted to heroin or opioid-based medications.

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Acupuncturists – SOC – 29-1291

Standard Occupational Code for Acupuncturists! “Earning a distinct Standard Occupational Code for Acupuncturists is a milestone moment for the acupuncture and Oriental medicine profession. This event positions acupuncturists for a number of new opportunities.”

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Recovery Techniques for Athletes

Wall Street Journal: How athletes recover from wear and tear on their bodies has become nearly as important as how they train. Jill Wosmek, head athletic trainer for the USA Women’s Volleyball Team, who is based in Anaheim, Calif., uses a variety of nontraditional techniques to help promote healing in her athletes’ bodies including acupuncture.

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Tongue Diagnosis

Chinese tongue diagnosis is an essential tool used by acupuncturists and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners. Your tongue plays a unique role in understanding your body’s constitution; it is the only organ that is both interior and exterior.

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AMA Weighs in on Dry Needling

Lost in all the talk about the AMA deciding to weigh in on gun violence in the United States was their call for a standard of practice for dry needling. “For patients’ safety, practitioners should meet standards required for acupuncturists and physicians.”

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Science and the Healing Arts

“How do we take two parallel systems and bring them together?” asks Ian Coulter, a senior health policy researcher who holds the RAND/Samueli Institute Chair in Policy for Integrative Medicine. “That,” he added, “is the future.”

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How Do Anesthesiologists View Acupuncture and Acupressure?

In a new study of anesthesia providers in the U.S., most report not having used or received any education in acupuncture or acupressure. However, the majority of those participants recognize the potential benefits of acupuncture on acute postoperative and chronic pain, and of both acupuncture and acupressure on reducing anxiety. About 75% of providers expressed interest in acupuncture/acupressure education.

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Nurses: Clinical Uses of Acupuncture

A review of an alternative medical treatment

Advance Healthcare for Nurses: Complementary alternative medicine (CAM) and treatments have received much attention and acclaim in the past years. Many patients and practitioners turn to CAM as alternatives to avoid side effects of drug therapies, as well as enhance personal beliefs about Eastern medical options. Of particular interest is the use of acupuncture as an alternative to conventional medical treatment.

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