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February 2007

Contemporary Acupuncture: a successful mechanism-based model for chronic pain management

February 1, 2007

by Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco, MD (Spain), Director McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture Program and Angelica Fargas-Babjak, MD, Chair McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture Program Whether acute or chronic, each pain problem is a personal experience with a unique combination of dysfunctions, sensory signals, and complex emotions. The main difference between acute and chronic pain is that in the latter […]

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