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Challenges in Integrating Acupuncture for Hospitalized People

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Challenges in Integrating Acupuncture for Hospitalized People Insights from the Bnai Zion Medical Center Experience Acupuncture is one of the most commonly used complementary…

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Top 3 Neurology Studies for Pain

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Top 3 Neurology Studies for Pain When you have the opportunity to educate a medical practitioner about acupuncture’s evidence, you want to nail it….

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Communicating Acupuncture Evidence Effectively

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Communicating Acupuncture Evidence Effectively to Increase Professional Recognition In the last two decades, acupuncture research remarkably developed at a twofold higher growth rate than…

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Catgut Embedding

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Catgut Embedding This TCM Talk is designed to provide basic concepts of catgut embedding (CE, implant acupuncture, thread embedding acupuncture, etc.). Emphasis is placed…

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All About Tears

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Dr. Maimon talks about the virtue of tears in Chinese Medicine. ______________________________________________________________________ This TCM.ac Talk was recorded at the ICCM Congress. The ICCM arranges a yearly…

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The Metaphysics of Love

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In this short TCM.ac Talk professor Heiner Fruehauf demonstrates how behind the elaborate system of Yin-Yang categorization it is unity consciousness–paving the way to…

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What Do You Do When You Don’t Know What to Do?

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In this TCM.ac Talk Dr. Maimon is answering one question we all find ourselves dealing with in the clinic. ______________________________________________________________________ The TCM.ac Talk was…

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The Spirit of Chinese Medicine

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From the point of view of 42 years of experience as an integrative medicine practitioner Dr Misha Cohen shares here thoughts about the Spirit…

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The Anatomical Identity of the Spleen in Chinese Medicine

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In modern Chinese, the spleen is designated by the character pi 脾. The accuracy of this translation is shrouded in controversy and some commentators…

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