Acupuncture and Reiki at the hospital? Integrative therapies join conventional medicine
Physicians trained and practicing in the Buffalo area are increasingly learning and offering integrative medicine, including acupuncture, spirituality, chiropractics and traditional Chinese or Eastern medicine practices.
(Natural News) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease caused by inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes, which let air in and out of the lungs. This inflammation obstructs airflow from the organ, causing a variety of symptoms, such as cough, mucus production, wheezing and difficulty breathing. These symptoms all lead to...
Conclusion: Despite the heterogeneity, the results indicate that combining mirror therapy with another rehabilitation therapy on the upper extremity in patients with stroke is better than single rehabilitation therapy. However, more randomized controlled clinical trials and larger sample sizes are required for an in-depth meta-analysis.
A Chinese study found that acupuncture reduced the number of headache attacks in migraine sufferers.
Conditions: Acupuncture; Acute Low Back Pain Intervention: Other: acupuncture Sponsor: Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Recruiting
Publication date: Available online 29 March 2020Source: Integrative Medicine ResearchAuthor(s): Bong Hyun Kim, Young Kyun Moon, Min Hee Kim, Hae Jeong Nam
Condition: Suboptimal Health Status Intervention: Device: Low level laser therapy Sponsor: Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan Recruiting
“Headaches aren’t welcome here” — that’s the sign you have hanging on your brain’s front door, but the pain is barging right in. You can chalk it up to stress from world events or something you ate or drank, and you might be right. But there are a number of common triggers for migraines, tension headaches, or cluster headaches. The faster you identify them, the quicker you can boot headache pain off the property. What are the triggers for your headaches? Take note of your circumstances when a headache starts. Keep a diary to track the day, time, symptoms, and circumstances surrounding th...
Publication date: Available online 6 March 2020Source: Journal of Acupuncture and Meridian StudiesAuthor(s): Wen S. Zhou, Jane F. Wilson
CONCLUSION: There is preliminary evidence that the "surrounding the dragon" needling technique is a beneficial treatment for patients suffering from scar pain and other scar-related symptoms and can facilitate wound healing and make this process less painful. Further high-quality studies should be conducted to verify/quantify the efficacy of this method, to better understand the underlying mechanisms of action underlying the effects of scar needling and to establish an effective intervention protocol. PMID: 32228036 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]