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The technique of surrounding an injured area with needles is a well tried and effective method of providing analgesia and reducing tissue oedema and inflammation. Here the author describes his own experience of self administered acupuncture for post-operative relief.
Acupuncture is an effective analgesic for most types of abdominal pain from peptic ulcer to diverticular disease. Additionally it can be helpful in settling other abdominal symptoms such as diarrhoea, hiccough and nausea and vomiting.Simple needling over the affected area of the abdomen is...
A survey was made of five medical and nine non-medical acupuncture practitioners in the South West Thames region. The medical group had a predominantly Western Scientific approach to acupuncture, while the non-medical considered themselves to use entirely Traditional Chinese forms of...
Knee pain should never be considered in isolation. It must be effectively investigated and accurately diagnosed where possible, to differentiate the various forms of arthritis, identify causes of inflammation and exclude metabolic and other factors.Surgical treatment, including arthroscopy and...
The conventional dermatological therapy for urticaria solaris is often problematic in practice. Acute treatment is rarely successful; avoidance of exposure to the sun is isolating for the patient; and prophylaxis is too prolonged or unsafe.According to traditional Chinese pathogenic...
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