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By Bill Reddy, LAc, Dipl. Ac.
The natural evolution of health care on the planet is integrative health. We may have some challenges ahead, but based on my research, all indicators are pointing in a positive direction. There seems to be an evolving consciousness among our patient population that is "getting it." Anxiety isn't a Xanax deficiency, and acid reflux is a symptom of an underlying issue that needs to be addressed, not suppressed.
 
 
 
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By Jeffrey Mllison
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) has educated integrative health and wellness practitioners for the last 40 years, originally as an acupuncture clinic and school. The institution's transformative, relationship-centered programs integrate traditional wisdom with contemporary science.
  
By Editorial Staff
In response to the changing habits of our readers, Acupuncture Today will introduce a digital edition of the publication (in addition to our print edition) beginning with the August 2016 issue. There is no app to download or registration required, just sign up for our News Alert and a link to the new Digital Edition will appear in your inbox each month.
 
 
 
By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
For several years, I have been hearing about the town of Rothenburg, Germany. It seemed just a dot on a map until I arrived. It is the home of the TCM Kongress which began in 1968. It has been held annually for 47 years and it has only missed one year. For the last six years, there have been more than 1,200 participants, including this year.
  
By Editorial Staff
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed House Bill 2615 into law on Friday, May 13, 2016. HB2615 includes provisions for the licensure of acupuncturists in the state of Kansas. Previously, untrained and inexperienced practitioners had equal footing to perform acupuncture as fully trained and nationally certified acupuncturists, creating unnecessary risk to Kansas patients seeking alternative treatments.
 
 
 
By Douglas R. Briggs, DC, Dipl. Ac. (IAMA), DAAPM, EMT
We all have to perform evaluations on patients. Most of us don't like doing it – exams take time, and worse it takes even more time after the evaluation to put together a narrative summary of the findings. Sometimes, this process becomes downright tedious.
 
 
 
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