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A study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology shows that acupuncture may be an effective therapy for joint pain and stiffness in breast cancer patients who are being treated with commonly used hormonal therapies including aromatase inhibitor therapy.
Acupuncture can improve exercise tolerance in patients suffering from chronic heart failure, according to new research from Germany. Needles don’t increase the heart’s pump function, but they seem to have an influence on skeletal muscle strength and thus can increase the walk distance that heart patients can cover. The results of the clinical study have been published in the medical journal “Heart.”
A recent study showed that acupuncture in combination with clomiphene increases ovulation and pregnancy rates more than just taking clomiphene alone.
According to a new study people use acupuncture as an alternative approach to conventional treatment as well as a way to promote general health.
Are your muscles sore after you workout? A recent study shows that acupuncture can help relieve muscle soreness. Learn more about how acupuncture can help.
Do you struggle with PCOS? Recent studies show that acupuncture may help with PCOS. Learn more about how it can help here.
A team of Japanese researchers has demonstrated that acupuncture can reduce skeletal muscle loss and improve health in elderly and medical patients.
New research demonstrates that acupuncture combined with curcumin, a supplement derived from turmeric, provides significant protection against hepatic fibrosis.
Are you tired of constant knee pain and looking for a natural way to remedy your pain? New research shows that acupuncture may help reduce knee pain and improve knee function
Do you notice a pain from your wrist when your typing excessively? Chances are its caused by Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Find out how acupuncture can help.
Karen E. Nunley
Healing Acupuncture Center
8705 Shoal Creek Blvd. #113
Austin, TX 78757
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