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Recent studies demonstrate effectiveness of acupuncture

University Studies Many studies have been conducted on the healing effects of acupuncture. These studies address various disorders and were measured scientifically and subjectively by the patient groups. Studies such as the ones below continue to demonstrate the value of acupuncture as an effective, safe and low-cost medical system. Summaries...

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A New Tool to Alleviate Pain

Rapid Release Therapy (RRT) was developed to help people suffering with a variety of musculoskeletal /soft tissue problems. The RRT instrument uses high-speed vibrations. The researchers found  immediate and lasting results with patients who had suffered with chronic issues for years. These patients had been told there was no solution...

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New Research: How Acupuncture Reduces Pain

Scientists at the University of Rochester have taken a new step toward understanding how Acupuncture works at the molecular level to ease pain. In a paper published in Nature Neuroscience, a team at the University of Rochester Medical Center described how the molecule adenosine, a naturally-produced chemical compound found in...

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Acupuncture Brings Relief to Patients with Fibromyalgia

As recently as twenty years ago, fibromyalgia was unrecognized. Clinical examinations often revealed no concrete findings. X-rays, blood tests, and muscle biopsies appeared normal, and therefore the symptoms seemed unexplained. Currently, a diagnosis is made by first ruling out other conditions that may mimic its symptoms such as hypothyroidism, lupus,...

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Tennis Anyone?

Summer has finally arrived and July has been designated National Tennis Month. So dust off that racket and go have some fun. If your one of the 10% of Americans that can’t due to tennis elbow here is some helpful advice to get back into the game. Lateral epicondylitis, also...

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