Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Diseases, Evidence Based Chinese Medicine, For Patients, For Practitioners

Acupuncture Beats Drug For Endometriosis Relief

  source:  healthcmi.com   Researchers at Tongji University hospital compared acupuncture with standard drug therapy. Patients receiving acupuncture achieved a 92.0% total effective rate. Patients receiving mifepristone achieved a 52.0% total effective rate. Mifepristone, also known by its trademarked name RU-486, is a synthetic steroid that inhibits progesterone action and is used for the treatment… Read More Acupuncture Beats Drug For Endometriosis Relief

Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Diseases, Evidence Based Chinese Medicine, For Patients, For Practitioners

Acupuncture Found Effective For Lumbar Disc Herniations

29 July 2017   source:  healthcmi.com Acupuncture combined with herbal medicine is effective for the treatment of lumbar disc herniations. Beijing Timber Factory Worker’s Hospital researchers investigated the effects of warm needle acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine on patients with lumbar disc herniations. The combined therapy produced a 69.2% total effective rate. Using warm needle acupuncture… Read More Acupuncture Found Effective For Lumbar Disc Herniations

Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Diseases, Evidence Based Chinese Medicine, For Patients

Acupuncture Beats Drug For Insomnia Relief

25 July 2017          Source:  HealthCMI.Com  Acupuncture outperforms drug therapy for the treatment of insomnia. Hangzhou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine researchers compared the efficaciousness of auricular acupuncture with estazolam drug therapy for the treatment of insomnia in senior citizens. Estazolam achieved an 82.9% total effective rate and auricular acupuncture achieved a 91.4%… Read More Acupuncture Beats Drug For Insomnia Relief

Chinese Medicine, Diseases, Evidence Based Chinese Medicine, Health Cultivation, Qi Gong, Tai Chi

Study: Tai Chi relieves arthritis pain, improves reach, balance and well-being

Tai Chi originated in ancient China thousands of years ago and is now practiced throughout the world my millions of practitioners. It is both a martial art and a form of “movement meditation”. There are many styles and forms of tai chi. The 5 major styles are Wu, Chen, Yang, Wu, and Sun. Each style… Read More Study: Tai Chi relieves arthritis pain, improves reach, balance and well-being