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Acupuncture Today Archives - May, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 05)


A Unique Approach to the Treatment of Repetitive Motion Disorders
  By Skya Abbate, DOM
Acupressure "Significantly Influences" the Cardiovascular System
Therapy Creates Changes in Heart Rate, Blood Flow and Arterial Pressure
An Idea Whose Time Has Come
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Referral, Appropriateness and Demand for Acupuncture in Australia
New Study Reveals Positive Trends for "Complementary Therapies"
  By Editorial Staff
Herbal Alternatives to Drugs in Pain Management, Part I
  By John Chen, PhD, PharmD, OMD, LAc
The Business Plan
  By Stanley Greenfield, RHU
Interesting Quotes
A 300-Hour Course Does Not an Acupuncturist Make
  By Editorial Staff
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
Are Acupuncture Schools and Colleges Providing Primary Care Education for California and Other Independent and Primary Care States?
  By Ted Priebe
The Necessity of Translation Standards in Chinese Medical Texts
  By Z'ev Rosenberg, LAc
The Development and Growth of Acupuncture in Australia
  By Arthur Rothwell
Suspicion
  By Kenneth Satin, JD
Ending a Doctor-Patient Relationship
External Treatment of TCM for Diabetes, and the Relation between Diabetes and Pressure Pain Points in the Low Back
  By Tao Sheng
Emperor's College to Study Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation
  By Editorial Staff

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