The Illinois Acupuncturist 2014 Vol. 1

February 25, 2014

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What is in a name? The Bureau of Labor Statistics edges closer to recognition of “Acupuncturist.” Dr. David Miller writes an valuable piece on the naming question, and defends the complexity, power and origins of AOM.
What’s going on with “Dry Needling?” What is the state AcupunctureBoard? Who is this “National Policy Group” we’ve been seeing emails from? What is being done with Section 2706 of the Health Care law? See Dr. Miller’s legislative update.
Justin Pomeroy gives us a richly detailed article and case study on “Contralateral Circuit Needling,” a method used by Dr. Tan and in Master Tung’s treatment style.
Sheri Moor is back with a summary of recent research. Lindy Camardella tells about the 10th World Conference last fall. Helen Strietelmeier offers an engaging reflection on her first four years in practice.
See page 30 for an important ILaaom funding announcement.
Thanks to all our authors, and a big thanks to Mavis Bates for pulling it all together.

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