acupuncture and inflammation

Electroacupuncture at Ipsilateral or Contralateral ST36-ST37 Acupoints on Inflammatory Pain.

By | February 9th, 2017|Acupuncture research|

Ancient Medicine Made Modern Patients often wonder why I treat both sides (Right and Left) in musculoskeletal conditions.  This has long been a trick in Chinese Medicine, particularly if the inflamed joint is very sensitive, or in a cast and it often works great.  The study below shows, perhaps, why.  It's overall reduction [...]

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Neuropathy and Acupuncture (Do.Al): Case Study with HRV cont’d

By | November 1st, 2016|Acupuncture research, Autonomic Nervous System, Clinical Acupuncture Cases, Heart Rate Variability, Stress|

Kuan Yin who hears the cries of the world Warning: This post is really for the truly devoted to data.  Ugly as heck, but beautiful in its own chaotic way. We have seen this patient's data before, but I wanted to revisit it with fresh data and a slightly different focus. This patient [...]

Acupuncture, HRV and Neuropathy: Example #2 (Ri.Ar.)

By | June 30th, 2016|Acupuncture research, Autonomic Nervous System, Clinical Acupuncture Cases, Heart Rate Variability, Stress|

Kuan YinGoddess of Compassion"She who hears the cries of the world" This data is from a patient in his 70's who has had bilateral neuropathy in his legs and feet for 12 years.  A patient of mine gave him my name and he came to see me as a last resort.  He had [...]