Thursday, April 25, 2013

Acupuncture is Becoming Mainline Medicine

The family medicine departments at University of North Carolina and At Brown University medical schools have included acupuncture in their training of residents. Multiple papers were presented on the therapy at the annual meeting of the Primary Care Research Group last year. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine estimates that 3 million adults and 150,000 children received acupuncture treatments in 2006. I have been offering acupuncture at the COHA in Bluffton, Ohio for the last 5 years with impressive results. The greatest improvements are noted in pain syndromes, including fibromyalgia, back and neck problems, and headaches. See the Family Practice News, January, 2013, P. 1,56.

1 comment:

Adam Baldrick said...

Nice post!!
I agree with you Terry.Acupuncture treatment is becoming popular day by day.It is the natural medicine which cures several diseases with no side effects.Therefore it is most preferred by many.acupuncture main line