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   Acupuncture - The ancient Chinese art of placing needles at body meridian points to correct energy flows, thereby relieving psychical, and psychological, disturbance's.

Acupointer - Acupuncture Software

Acupuncture

Acupuncture - Is a very effective therapy that treats a large number of illnesses and problems. It is a natural health medicine.
Acupuncture and Alternative Medicine (North American Society of).
Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture Canada - Acupuncture Canada The Natural Health Domain This site has been created to supply the public with quality information on various forms of health and information.
Acupuncture Treatment for Substance Abuse - Acupuncture helps people recover from drugs and alcohol problems It can decrease cravings for drugs and alcohol, reduce withdrawal symptoms, relieve tension, and help people relax.
Acupuncture BioEnergetic Information - This page offers information in the area of alternative and complementary medicines, to include acupuncture, homeopathy and the use of herbs.
Acupuncture Internet Resources
American Whole Health.Com - Good acupuncture links, research section and a comprehensive biography page.
Australian Acupuncture Association Ltd.- Membership organization for Australian acupuncturists includes practitioner referral database.
British Acupuncture Council - Offers similiar information to the BMAS site but represents acupuncturists trained in traditional acupuncture
British Medical Acupuncture Society - UK
New Electronic Acupuncture - UK
Foundation for Traditional Chinese Medicine - UK
Heidi Mo Hawkins'Acupuncture World
Medical Acupuncture Web Page - Index
Meditopia - Oriental Medicine
NCAHF - Position Paper on Acupunture
The British Medical Acupuncture Society - Home Page of The British Medical Acupuncture Society - a society of doctors, dentists and vets, which aims to promote the use and scientific understanding of acupuncture as part of the practice of medicine.

 

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