Is a monthly newspaper delivered to members of the acupuncture and Oriental medicine profession. The first issue of Acupuncture Today was published in January 2000; it now has a readership of approximately 20,000 acupuncturists, doctors of Oriental medicine, acupuncture students and suppliers. The goal of Acupuncture Today is to serve as an open forum for the profession. Each issue contains national and regional news stories; reviews of the latest research; debates and opinion pieces on issues relevant to the profession; and clinical articles from some of the most respected names in the acupuncture and Oriental medicine arena.
Is a non-profit organization established in 1982. Its mission is to establish, assess, and promote recognized standards of competence and safety in acupuncture and Oriental medicine for the protection and benefit of the public.
Dr. Tan’s famous distal point Balance Method treats the mysterious and stubborn contemporary syndromes as well as acute and chronic pain conditions with instantaneous results. The elements of yin/yang theory and the I-Ching/BaGua form the foundation for the acupuncture.
The purpose of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture is to promote the integration of concepts from traditional and modern forms of acupuncture with Western medical training and thereby synthesize a more comprehensive approach to health care.
Is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine that includes over 16 million citations from MEDLINE and other life science journals for biomedical articles back to the 1950s. PubMed includes links to full text articles and other related resources.