New Study Says Acupuncture Could Be Viable Alternative To Pain Medication Jun 20, 2017 04:00 PM By Melissa Matthews @M_Matthews firstname.lastname@example.org The traditional Chinese treatment acupuncture could be a possible alternative to addictive drugs. Acupuncture is often thought of as an alternative therapy, but a new study validates the treatment for use in relieving pain. … Continue reading New Study….Acupuncture better than Pain Medication.
on 14 January 2010. 1-14-2010: Healthcare reform may include alternative medicine therapy language. In a recent town hall meeting in St. Louis, MO, President Obama noted that he supports acupuncture. A licensed acupuncturist noted that the National Institutes of Health and the Wold Health Organization have “discovered through their studies that alternative medicine is often … Continue reading President Obama Supports Acupuncture
Two new studies from the Abramson Cancer Center and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania offer hope for breast cancer survivors struggling with cancer-related pain and swelling, and point to ways to enhance muscular strength and body image. The studies appear in a first of its kind monograph from the Journal … Continue reading Acupuncture and Exercise Helpful for Breast Cancer Support
Three common misunderstandings about acupuncture are explained.
Research in China shows that acupuncture improves recovery from appendix removal surgery. It helps intestinal function return to normal, helps with pain, and assists patients in getting back to normal faster.
New research from Rutgers University Medical School shows electroacupuncture reduces inflammation and sepsis in patients
Australian acupuncturist reports on his experience of treating a variety of common ailments with acupuncture and herbs.
New research from China shows gold needles work better than stainless, and stainless needles work better than just skin stimulation in reducing the brain’s global pain perception.
http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/acu.2012.0928?utm_source=031413+CIM+eNewsletter&utm_campaign=031413+eNews&utm_medium=email& A recent research review has been published in the journal, Medical Acupuncture, comparing 16 studies of acupuncture done to help patients with pain and functional limitation after amputation. This type of study is called a meta-analysis, in which many different studies are grouped together to try to make some meaningful interpretation of their collected … Continue reading Acupuncture for Phantom Limb Pain
New research concludes that acupuncture reduces pain and inflammation after knee replacement surgery. The research also finds that acupuncture improves range of motion following knee replacement surgery. Further, physical measurements of the swelling around the knee were significantly lower in the acupuncture group than in the control group.