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Managing Pain: And Other Medically Proven…
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Managing Pain: And Other Medically Proven Uses of Acupuncture

by Richard Halvorsen

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Chronic pain is associated with a host of conditions for which traditional medicine has no cure. Increasingly, medical practitioners look to acupuncture to manage pain and other conditions - with over 1 million people in the UK and 2 million in Australia being helped every year. This readable, practical and comprehensive guide brings together all acupuncture treatments as well as the latest clinical medical research into their effectiveness. In addition, the author has included observations from his own practice. Easy-to-understand ratings make clear where acupuncture is most likely to work for you.… (more)

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