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Acupuncture Today Archives - November, 2001 (Vol. 02, Issue 11)


A Simplified Approach to the Treatment of Scars with Oriental Medicine
  By Skya Abbate, DOM
The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Integrating TCM into Today's Health Care
  By Janice Gorton and Mindy Mortlock
United We Stand
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
AOBTA Returns to the Big Easy!
  By Yolanda Asher, BFA, AOBTA-CI, Dipl. ABT (NCCAOM), AOBTA
New Additions and Upgrades
  By Editorial Staff
Researchers to Study Acupuncture for Fibromyalgia
  By Editorial Staff
The Tuina Treatment of Tennis Elbow
  By Bob Flaws, LAc, FNAAOM (USA), FRCHM (UK)
Ginger Root Effective against Pregnancy-Related Nausea and Vomiting
Freshness and Quality May Hold the Key to Benefits
  By Editorial Staff
The Food Chain
  By Stanley Greenfield, RHU
Lingering Pathogenic Factors and the Paradox of Treatment
  By Heidi Hawkins, MAc, LAc
Treatment of the Overuse of the Upper Extremities, Part III
  By Alejandro Katz, MD, OMD, LAc, QME
Red Flags of Insurance Billing
  By Kevin McNamee
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
Acupuncture Poll
  By Editorial Staff
Surveys Confirm the Safety of Acupuncture
Report Suggests MDs, Physiotherapists Less Competent than Licensed Acupuncturists
  By Michael Devitt
The Traumatic Dai Mai Obstructive Disorder, Part I
  By S. Emmett Smith
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