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“The United States spends much more money on health care than any other country. Yet, Americans die sooner and experience more illness than residents in many other countries…health trajectory is lower in success and higher in cost than it should be. The cost of inaction is high.” – Harvey Fineberg, President of the Institute […]
The North Carolina Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Inc. is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(6) professional organization. Among our purposes is to assist in supporting established statutes, as well as, rules and regulations of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in order to protect the interest of the public, the state, and qualified Licensed Acupuncturists. We also purpose […]
Enjoy this incredibly compelling look at the ancient practice of acupuncture and its place in modern medicine and culture.
What conditions does Cleveland Clinic feel are best treated with Chinese herbal therapy? The information below is from the Cleveland Clinic website: Like acupuncture, Chinese herbs can address “unhealthy body patterns” that manifest in a variety of symptoms and complaints. Chinese herbal therapy aims to help you regain homeostasis, or balance, in your body and […]
BY: Jason Kane (PBS.org) October 22, 2012 How much is good health care worth to you? $8,233 per year? That’s how much the U.S. spends per person. Worth it? That figure is more than two-and-a-half times more than most developed nations in the world, including relatively rich European countries like France, Sweden and the United […]
Research: Acupuncture Is Both Cost and Medically Effective Two recent research reports find that acupuncture is an effective treatment for several types of chronic pain and has the added advantage of being less costly than standard medical care. According to a story in the Sept. 10, 2012 edition of Medscape Medical News, a “meta-analysis” performed […]