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Acupuncture Information Manual (AIM): An evidence-Based Resource Manual on the Use of Acupunctre for Over 40 Common Medical Conditions

HUNSTAD Eric P [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9780692989807

2017 1st Edition

AU $79.95
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 Acupuncture Information Manual (AIM): (Acupuncture Information Manual)

Finally a concise guide to how and why acupuncture works in a simple and easy to understand format - with references to actual research for each condition! The Acupuncture Information Manual (AIM) is an evidence based resource manual on the use of acupuncture for over 40 common medical conditions including anxiety, arthritis, autoimmune disorders, carpal tunnel syndrome, depression, digestive disorders, pain, Parkinson's disease, and many others. Fully referenced with over 100 medical studies from leading medical journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), and the British Medical Journal (BMJ), the AIM makes it easy to access cutting edge research on acupuncture. The information is presented for patients in a user-friendly format, but each chapter has a "Dive Deeper into Biomedicine" section which contains advanced material for acupuncturists and other medical professionals.

See what cutting-edge research shows regarding how acupuncture can affect the nervous system to help the body heal by altering things like molecular biology, brain chemistry, and even gene expression!

ERIC HUNSTAD:
Eric Hunstad has a bachelor's degree in psychology (graduated cum laude from the University of Central Florida), a bachelor's degree in Health Science and a masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Florida College of Integrative Medicine. He is a licensed acupuncturist with a busy practice in Titusville, Florida.

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