Research Updates: acupuncture

Below are short extracts from research updates about this subject - select more to read each item.

  1. Issue 55

    PARK, WHITE and ERNST, Department of Complementary Medicine, School of Postgraduate Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Exeter, UK. J.B. summarized and critically re1


  2. Issue 51

    CROKE and BOURNE, Institute for Esogetic Colorpuncture and Energy Emission Analysis (IECEEA), Boulder, Colorado 80302 USA review recent research conducted in Europe evaluating the efficacy of 1


  3. Issue 51

    COCILOVO, Acupuncture Clinic of Prescott, AZ 86305 USA. writes that light therapy has a long history dating from ancient Egypt to the contemporary treatment of seasonal affective disorder (SAD)1


  4. Issue 51

    WALTON-HADLOCK, Parkinsons Recovery Project, Santa Cruz, California 95060 USA discusses the hypothesis based upon an acupuncture channel theory regarding the cause of Parkinsons disease (PD) .


  5. Issue 51

    GAO and colleagues, Heilongjiang Academy of Chinese Medicine, Harbin, Peoples Republic of China write that according to Chinese medicine, the differential diagnosis of migraine headache may be 1


  6. Issue 49

    YONG and colleagues, Acupuncture Research Clinic (ARC), AngMo Kio Community Hospital, Singapore report their initial experience with acupuncture treatment at their Acupuncture Research Clinic.


  7. Issue 49

    GILES and MULLER, National Unit for Multidisciplinary Studies of Spinal Pain, Townsville General Hospital, Queensland, Australia compared needle acupuncture, drug medication and spinal1


  8. Issue 46

    LEAKE and BRODERICK, Department of Psychology at the State University of New York (SUNY), Stony Brook USA review the current licensure and certification standards for the practice of acupuncture


  9. Issue 46

    CREAMER and colleagues, Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore USA write that although acupuncture has been found to be beneficial in the treatme1


  10. Issue 46

    BULLOCK and colleagues, Center for Addiction and Alternative Medicine Research, Department of Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center, and the University of Minnesota, School of Medicine, Minneapolis 55415 USA MLBULL@SPRINTMAIL.COM write that1


  11. Issue 46

    YAMASHITA and colleagues, Tsukuba College of Technology Clinic, Tsukuba City, Japan. write that many of the frequently reported adverse effects of acupuncture are serious and severe, including <1


  12. Issue 46

    NEUMEISTER and colleagues, Abteilung fur Pneumologie, Allergologie und Schlafmedizin, Berufsgenossenschaftliche Kliniken Bergmannsheil-Universitatsklinik, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany conducted a prospective, randomised and placebo-contro1


  13. Issue 39

    ROSTED, Sheffield University, UK conducted a review of the literature regarding the efficacy of acupuncture in dentistry.


  14. Issue 39

    ABUAISHA and colleagues, Department of Medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary, University of Manchester, UK studied the use of acupuncture to determine its efficacy for pain relief for peripheral diabetic neuropathy


  15. Issue 38

    ZHEREBKIN, Eastern Europe, conducted a randomised controlled clinical trial to study the efficacy of the multi-modality treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) involving acupuncture (A) treatment .


  16. Issue 38

    HELMS, Office of Continuing Medical Education, University of California- Los Angeles School of Medicine USA describes the theoretical structure and clinical value of the emerging discipline of medical acupuncture


  17. Issue 34

    AUNE and colleagues, Bryggen Medisinske Senter, Bergen, Norway, studied whether acupuncture is effective for recurrent lower urinary tract infection (UTI).


  18. Issue 34

    FURUGARD and colleagues, Norrlands Universitetssjukhus, Umea Norway studied the therapeutic effects of acupuncture upon tinnitus.


  19. Issue 34

    KJENDAHL and colleagues, Sunnaas Sykehus, Nesoddtangen, Norway had previously reported in 1995 that acupuncture treatment for stroke patients in the subacute stage was therapeutic . The present study investigated whether acup1


  20. Issue 34

    CASSIDY writes that Chinese medicine is growing in popularity, offering an important alternative of complementary approach to health-care, but that little is known of users or their reason for using it . The author rep1


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