Tag Archives: CMIR

Medical Methodology in Review – Reply to “Review by Professor T-C Aw” (June/July 07 Issue)

The article concerning complementary medicine therapies as possible options for services within Occupational Health departments is encouraging in as much as the fact that this would not have been published thirty to forty years ago, which is when, with President … Continue reading

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Acupuncture Disposable Needles – History, Manufacture and Clinical Usage

Published in the Journal of Acupuncture in Medicine, 2000 History and Background The needle is the most important tool for an acupuncturist. If we look back through history, the earliest acupuncture needle was made in bone called the ‘Bian’ about … Continue reading

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