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Acupuncture’s Growing Acceptance

A majority Americans—60 percent—consider acupuncture a viable treatment option, and one in 10 has made use of its therapeutic needles.

October is National Spinal Health Month

Those seeking relief from back pain and other common spine-related conditions may consider chiropractic care as an alternative medicine.

Alexander Technique Lessens Back Pain

The gentle awareness practice can identify and correct unconscious negative physical habits related to posture and movement, breathing and tension.

October 24 is Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Day

October 24 observes the rising popularity of these ancient energy-balancing and pain-relieving therapies.

Acupuncture Cools Hot Flashes

A new study suggests that traditional Chinese acupuncture can curb the severity of menopausal symptoms.

Massage Beats Meds for Back Pain

Structural or relaxation massage bested painkillers, anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants.

Acupuncture Eases Unexplained Symptoms

When conventional medicine can’t relieve fatigue or pain, acupuncture may help.

Acupuncture Helps Heart Patients

New research suggests acupuncture can improve exercise tolerance.

Relief for Tension Headaches

Chronic headache sufferers may well want to try massage.

Hypnotherapy Eases Irritated Bowels

An increasing number of doctors are now looking to hypnotherapy to help their patients cope with the unpleasant and often painful symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
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