While most people come see us for pain, we do treat more than pain. So, what kind of conditions might you see us for?
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Does it really work?
From 1988 to 2015, TCM research grew significantly, including randomized clinical trials, with annual publications in 1988 totaling 109 to an increase of 607 annual publications in 2015 (Kung, Y.Y. et al, 2016). This significant increase of research data supports application of acupuncture/TCM in the clinical setting as being both safe and efficacious.
The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) is the national certifying board for US acupuncturists. It provides a list of evidence-based research. In light of the present opioid crisis, pain research is an important area of focus.
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Kung, Y.Y., Hwang, S., Li, T., Ko, S., Huang, C., & Chen, F. (2016) Trends in global acupuncture publications: An analysis of the Web of Science database from 1988 to 2015. Journal of the Chinese Medical Association, 80, 521-525.
National Certifying Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. (2019) Acupuncture pain management. Retrieved from https://www.nccaom.org/ac-pain-management-research/.