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News Update: January 9, 2017

Scar Reduction With Acupuncture & Microneedling (Part 1)

The Mysterious Divergent Channels
A Study of Self-Preservation and Degeneration
By Nicholas Sieben, LAc
The divergent channels are among the most mysterious entities in all of Chinese medicine. They are rarely mentioned, lacking reference in modern TCM study, and rarely used within popular Chinese medical treatment.
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Losing Your Mind? Try Coconut Oil
By Bill Reddy, LAc, Dipl. Ac.
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is currently the 6th leading cause of death in America according to the CDC. It affects over 5 million Americans and 50 percent of nursing home residents (2014), and is projected to spike to 16 million by 2050.
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Case Study of Benign Hand Tremors
By Josephine Fan; Bin Xu, PhD, OMD (China), LAc;
Yemeng Chen, PhD (China), Dipl. OM (NCCAOM), LAc, FICAE;
Audrey Krapf, RN, MBA, LRS-1, PhT; and Rosemary McCarthy, RN, BS
Patients without degenerative diseases causing tremors are often given the diagnosis of essential tremors, for which treatment options are limited to lifestyle changes and medications.
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The Key to Recovery
Acupuncture for Addiction Detoxification
By Elizabeth Sommers, PhD, MPH, LAc
and Kristen E. Porter, PhD, MS, MAc, LAc
Starting in the 1970s and developing over a decade of assessment and improvement, the South Bronx's Lincoln Recovery Center staff refined the method of using five basic ear-points, which became the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) protocol for the treatment of addiction.
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Building Kidney Yang and Jing
By Jake Paul Fratkin, OMD, LAc
Kidney yang, if we include mingmen fire, is the energy and heat source for the whole body. Jing is the essence of yang, and is stored in the kidney, extraordinary channels, and in the bone marrow, which in TCM also includes the brain.
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Increase Your Practice Income With Retail Products
By Daniel Ruscigno
With only so many hours in a day, there is a cap on the revenue an acupuncturist can generate by way of appointments. Once your appointment book is filled, you can't really add more without burning yourself out.
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Herbs for Digestion: The Power of Bitter
By Kerry Bone, BSc (hons), Dipl. Phyto.
Many cultures (and indeed herbal clinicians) around the world have long respected the role of bitter herbs and foods for promoting digestion.
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Clinical Outcomes & Safety for TCHM
By Shellie Rosen, DOM, LAc
The practice of Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCHM) may appear archaic to those who misunderstand the theories and principals that guide it. In fact, TCHM continues to evolve and new systems are consistently being discovered and applied within the tradition.
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