Books & Publications
Case Studies and Clinical Applications: Volume 1
This clinical practice manual highlights Neuropuncture prescriptions for the treatment of variety of conditions including . The case studies outlined in this book are shared by trained Neuropuncture practitioners and showcase the efficacy of the protocols and the treatment plans that are easy to utilize.
A Clinical Handbook of Neuroscience Acupuncture
Neuropuncture is the clinical manual of a groundbreaking acupuncture system that incorporates neuroscience into its clinical applications for pain management, orthopedic conditions and internal medicine. It shows acupuncturists how to apply research into the neurophysiological mechanisms of acupuncture and electrical acupuncture to the traditional TCM model of healthcare.
- THE JOURNAL OF ACUPUNCTURE AND INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE
Neuropuncture: Solidifying acupuncture’s authenticity
Acupuncture’s rich ancient history is reflected in the medicine. The stories of acupuncture’s powerful healing have been told about curing the crippled and taking pain away from the suffering. Continuing today with reports of dramatically reducing, and in many cases totally alleviation of, severe and chronic crippling nerve pain, to the walking of recent paralyzed patients, to the healing of tissues never thought could be healed.
- NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
Neuropuncture, an Effective Treatment Method for Patients with Subjective Tinnitus Accompanied with Hearing Loss: Case Reports
Tinnitus is a serious health condition. It can be debilitating and as such negatively affects a patient’s quality of life. People with tinnitus often experience distress, depression, anxiety, frequent mood swings, sleep disturbances, irritability, frustration, poor concentration, and possible suicidal thoughts or actions.
- RESEARCH GATE
Standards for Reporting Electroacupuncture Parameters
Reporting of electronic and other key experimental parameters in published experiments using electroacupuncture (EA) may be insufficient to enable reliable clinical and research replication. A proposal for more-vigorous electronic-stimulation parameters is described in this article. These parameters can enable more-accurate reporting on electric stimulation for accurate reproduction of EA procedures. This may influence reporting favorably with respect to accurate clinical electrical dosages, leading to more-effective patient therapeutic protocols and reproducible results.