STOP PAIN NOW WITH ACUPUNCTURE
Reports say more than 3 million people in US had Acupuncture for pain last year. Arthritis, fibromyalgia, headaches, back pain, knee pain, neck pain and other joint pain, were most common.
ACUPUNCTURE BETTER FOR SHOULDER PAIN A randomized, blinded, patient-blinded, multi-center research report published by Researchers at Ruhr-University Bochum (Orthopedic Surgery and Research) show that acupuncture is a more effective treatment than conventional orthopedic treatments for chronic shoulder pain.
HOSPITAL ACUPUNCTURE The Minneapolis Abbott Northwestern hospital has been offering Acupuncture to patients since 2003 in addition to surgery. Now it's won a $2.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effect of Acupuncture and other alternative modalities on patient care.
In the past, studies have shown that stress-relief techniques, such as Acupuncture can ease pain and improve moods, said Jeffery Dusek, director of integrative medicine. "We think the integrative approach is the best of both worlds." Last year, a study at Abbott found that Acupuncture and other alternative treatments reduced pain levels by a reported 56 percent.
Scientific University report shows Acupuncture stops pain. Results of a study by the University of Duisburg-Essen which shows the effectiveness of acupuncture, were presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America
National Institute of Health (NIH) Consensus Development Conference.
"there now is evidence that acupuncture is effective in the treatment of postoperative and chemotherapy-induced nausea, nausea associated with pregnancy, and pain following dental surgery. The panel also concluded that acupuncture may be effective in stroke rehabilitation and in the treatment of addiction, headaches, menstrual cramps, fibromyalgia, lowback pain, asthma, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome.
ACUPUNCTURE CHANGES PAIN RECEPTORS IN BRAIN ground breaking MRI brain scans for the first time show Acupuncture changes brain function and blocks pain receptors.
Studies show acupuncture alone cut post-chemotherapy fatigue by 31 percent. It also cut hot flashes by 50 percent, and slashed overall cancer pain by 36 percent.
ACUPUNCTURE FOR PAIN for marine hero. Marine Cpl. Travis Greene who lost both legs in Iraq had acupuncture treatment. "He saw an immediate decrease in his pain," wrote his parents, on the family's CaringBridge Web site.
HARVARD MEDICAL PROFESSOR ENDORSES ACUPUNCTURE
Vitaly Napadow, who has a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering says ''Acupuncture affects many systems in the body, including parts of the brain that are involved with processing emotion and pain.''
In a controlled study at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York,
Acupuncture significantly reduces pain, dysfunction and dry mouth in head and neck cancer patients.
ACUPUNCTURE TREATS PAIN - SCIENTIFIC REPORT ACUPUNCTURE is as effective as popular painkillers for treating disabling conditions such as arthritis, according to a ground-breaking new study on Acupuncture.
A team of scientists from two British universities made the findings on Acupuncture after they carried out brain scans on patients while they underwent Acupuncture treatment.
ACUPUNCTURE FOR ARMY INJURIES AND PAIN Acupuncture to play vital role in Army treatments for pain. The Army surgeon general has directed medical centers to incorporate Acupuncture medicine into patient treatment plans.