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Acupuncture Today Archives - October, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 10)


Greater Access to Alternative Care
Encouraging Results for Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture
  By Michael Devitt
Why We Call You "Doctor"
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Volunteer Today
  By Kabba Anand, DAc, LAc, Dipl. Ac., Dipl. CH
Clinton Appoints 13-Member White House Commission on CAM Policy
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Garner Three Representatives
  By Editorial Staff
Acupuncture Helps Fight Cocaine Addiction
  By Editorial Staff
The Importance of the Internet to Your Practice
Over Half Your Patients Are Online ... Are You?
  By Michael Devitt
What Chinese Herbs Are Used for Back Pain?
  By Andrew Gaeddert, BA, AHG
Allergies and Medical Divination
  By Heidi Hawkins, MAc, LAc
Herbalism in Hong Kong
Government to Fund Herb Research and Register TCM Practitioners
  By Editorial Staff
Treatment of the Overuse of the Upper Extremities
  By Alejandro Katz, MD, OMD, LAc, QME
How to Make an Appointment with Your Patient
  By Kevin McNamee
Misconduct Experiences from the Field
  By Marjorie Moore
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
Silver Needle Therapy for Low Back Pain
Procedure "Shows Promise" in Treating Postsurgical Pain
  By Editorial Staff
Sexual Misconduct: Legal and Licensing Ramifications to the Acupuncture Profession, Part II
  By Shawn Steel, JD
Breaking the Silence in South Africa
Report on the 13th International Conference on AIDS
  By Carla Wilson
Su Jok for Instant Pain Relief
  By Park Jae Woo

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