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Reporting Error Revealed in Knee Pain Acupuncture Study, Catastrophe Avoided

June 2016
by Jonathan Gilbert

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A reevaluation of a negative study in JAMA found serious flaws in methodology and analysis. Knee pain acupuncture and laser acupuncture are effective.

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Emergency Room Acupuncture Lessens Pain and Anxiety

May 2016
by Jonathan Gilbert

First Aid Sign

An article recently appeared in The Minnesota Star Tribune concerning the work of acupuncturist Adam Reinstein of Abbott Northwestern Hospital’s emergency room in Minneapolis. A pilot study of the use of acupuncture at Abbott Northwestern was published in the highly regarded journal Pain Medicine with his encouraging results.

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Acupuncture Reduces Sleep Disturbances Significantly

April 2016
by Jonathan Gilbert

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The March 2016 Obstetrics and Gynecology published a review study concluding acupuncture improved sleep for women with menopause-related sleep disturbances.

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August 2011
by The Gilbert Clinic, Inc.

Acupuncture is among the oldest healing practices in the world, with more than 2,100 years of documented history and clinical experience. It is an effective, non-invasive treatment option that encourages natural healing and improved functioning without side effects. Today, acupuncture is widely practiced around the world by thousands of physicians, dentists, surgeons and other healthcare […]

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