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Arthritic pain, back pain, knee pain, arm and hand pain, shoulder pain, sciatic pain, hip pain, foot pain, head pain, shoulder pain, neuralgia, painful stiffness, cramps, aches.STOP THE PAIN! .. don't put up with it any longer .. HAVE ACUPUNCTURE TODAY!ACUPUNCTURE FOR PAIN 1. In the US more than 3 million people used Acupuncture for PAIN last year. Arthritis, fibromyalgia, headaches, back pain, knee pain, neck pain, joint pain were the most common. 2. A Scientific University report shows Acupuncture stops PAIN. Results of a study by the University of Duisburg-Essen Germany, were presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America. 3. More than 3.1 Million Americans including 150, 000 children had Acupuncture in the last year according to the Govt National Institute of Health.SCIENTIFIC ACUPUNCTURE NEWS. Oxygen levels are higher at acupuncture points according research by Department of Chemistry and Nano Science, Ewha University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, reported in the publication Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 2012, Article ID 106762BATTLEFIELD ACUPUNCTURE.. The Us Military is applying Acupuncture to injury stricken and stressed American soldiers in Afghanistan. The US Military is also now applying immediate Acupuncture to the main battlefield injury CONCUSSION, on site, on the battlefield. The Doctors say the results are "off the chart" in reviving soldiers. ''Battlefield acupuncture'', was developed by air force physician, Colonel Richard Niemtzow.A medical professional Lt. Col. Betty Garner, the Joint Combat Casualty Research Team deputy director and trained acupuncturist said “Battlefield acupuncture treatment is being taught to many special operations soldiers for its applications in combat and its ability to reduce pain immediately.” “ At the Georgia Military College soldiers are receiving Acupuncture familiarization demonstrations for combat readiness.
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