EDITED 05/13/2015: A previous version of this article included a section titled “A few key facts about dry needling”. This section has been removed and I now encourage interested readers to consult a detailed and authoritative discussion of the same issues by the National Center for Acupuncture Safety and Integrity. To this point I have […]
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What Is Acupuncture?
By Katie Blair on March 27, 2015 in Acupuncture
Originally published in the July 5-18, 2012 issue of 365Ink – page 31 My first acupuncture treatment was as an engineering student at Marquette University, suffering from severe migraines and other health issues on a daily basis. I was at the end of my rope health-wise and had run out of options with “conventional” medicine. My […]
How to Get the Most Out of Your Acupuncture Treatment
By Katie Blair on June 14, 2007 in Acupuncture
How to Get the Most Out of Your Acupuncture Treatment 10 things to get the most out of natural medicine and your acupuncture treatment: 1. Be a little early for your appointment so you can take some deep breaths and relax or meditate. 2. Have all your paperwork completed. This is especially important for your […]