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The end of unity?
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h)
On the heels of the growing discontent with leaders of the AAAOM, the Council of State Associations (CSA) recently took it upon themselves to present the organization with an ultimatum: for all board members to resign from the board and turn the organization over to the CSA or they will proceed on their own to become the primary representative of the AOM profession.
Lucy's Love Bus Founded By 12-Year-Old To Promote Integrative Care
By Olga Cox, Manager at NCCAOM and
Melissa Dow, NCCAOM Staff
Once upon a time there was a girl name Lucy. Lucy had cancer, but she had a heart filled with love and compassion. Please come along to hear this story of an amazing child, her tenacity and her dream to help other children.
By Kimberly Thompson, LAc
When I graduated college, I had grandiose dreams of becoming an amazing acupuncturist. I wanted to build a great practice and make a good living. For four years, 13 semesters to be exact, I had a spreadsheet. I always knew exactly how many classes I still needed to take and how long it would take for me to complete them. If I wasn't studying, I spent my time imagining how life would be "after college."
By Craig Williams, LAc, AHG
In my last article, I presented a collection of three-point acupuncture combinations which can provide effective clinical results. In this installment, I will share some case studies using these three-point combinations as well as discuss needle technique and various ways to modify the point groups in relation to the unique pattern presentation of the patient.
By Mary Jennings, DC, LAc
Herbal formulations are an integral component for most Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners. One of the best ways to enhance their effectiveness is the addition of plant-based enzymes. Enzymes are energy and energy is defined as the "capacity to do work." Enzymes have the energy to perform the biochemical and physiological reactions that occur in all living things.
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