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The Acupuncture Response : Balance Energy…

The Acupuncture Response : Balance Energy and Restore Health--A Western…

by Glenn Rothfeld

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A Western medical doctor reveals how and why acupuncture really works

Acupuncture, once considered a fringe alternative, is quickly becoming part of mainstream American medicine. Recent scientific studies have recommended the procedure as a safe and effective treatment for myriad health conditions--from asthma to tennis elbow.

Now Dr. Glenn S. Rothfeld shares the firsthand experiences of patients who have successfully merged acupuncture into their regular medical treatment plans and explores the research that helps prove that it works.

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Making acupuncture part of a total health care plan Finding a qualified acupuncturist Obtaining insurance coverage Knowing what to expect in a first visit to an acupuncturist Learning which diseases and conditions acupuncture may help improve

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:38 -0400)

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