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News Update: September 19, 2016

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What's New in the NCCIH Strategic Plan
By Bill Reddy, LAc, Dipl. Ac.
The NIH National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) released its draft strategic plan 2016-2021 for public comment in early spring of 2016.
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International Congress on Integrative Medicine
By Kristen E. Porter, PhD, MS, MAc, Lac
"Bridging Research, Clinical Care, Education and Policy" was the theme for the International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health 2016 (ICIMH).
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Less Time Than Required
By Samuel A. Collins
Modifier -52 identifies that a service or procedure has been partially reduced or eliminated at the physician's discretion. This is to indicate the basic service described by the procedure code has been performed, but not all aspects of the service have been performed.
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Adventures with the Pericardium
By Pamela Ellen Ferguson, Dipl. ABT (NCCAOM), AOBTA® and GSD-CI, LMT (TX)
My previous column on the San Jiao deserves equal time for SJ's loving partner, the pericardium. I nicknamed SJ the travel meridian – but pericardium can also play a crucial role in air travel. P6 and P8 work wonders to calm flight fears on lift off and descent.
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Illuminating the Hidden, Freeing the Source
By Nicholas Sieben, LAc
Amongst the Primary Channels, from a classical point of view, the small intestine is perhaps the most important channel to understand. It is one of the least used acupuncture channels in modern acupuncture, yet it within it can be found a wealth of theories from the Ling Shu.
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Analyzing Acupuncture Case Studies
Gifts, Performance Bonuses and Staff Morale
By Dongcheng Li, DOM, AP
Confirm the answer quickly by the elimination method. Take this case study as an example. After two treatments for back pain, a patient presents for a third session complaining of rapid breathing and wheezing that is made worse during cold weather.
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