Acupuncture in an outpatient clinic in China: a comparison with the use of acupuncture in North America.
- Published Article
Southern medical journal
- Publication Date
Aug 01, 2001
Acupuncture is most frequently used in China and North America for pain relief. Other common indications include peripheral nerve palsy, peripheral nerve neuralgia, stroke rehabilitation, psychoemotional disorders, migraine, visceral pain, emesis, asthma, and tinnitus. Acupuncture for cholelithiasis in China but not in the United States suggests a novel use of this modality.
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