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Neurofunctional Treatment of Pain with Movement Disorders

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Neurofunctional Acupuncture – An effective approach to treating pain and dysfunction

By Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco
March 24, 2019

For a person who is suffering from pain and dysfunction during movement, the treatment options are endless. But an ideal treatment focuses on three general areas ̵…

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Functional Neuromodulation Techniques in pain management

By Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco
March 21, 2019

Pain related problems continue to consume great amounts of healthcare resources with only marginal improvements in the overall rate of clinical success, particularly i…

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Contemporary Acupuncture and movement disorders: restoring motor and somatic sensory function

By Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco
November 14, 2018

Introduction Advances in the fields of neurophysiology and neurosciences in the last three decades have allowed to re-defining acupuncture as a straightforward periphe…

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Acupuncture for pain? No thanks

By Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco
March 1, 2011

Is acupuncture a reasonably effective intervention for the treatment of pain? Advocates will tell you “Yes” and show you dozens of studies to support their enthusi…

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Contemporary Acupuncture in Canada – the McMaster Approach

By Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco
January 1, 2006

by Dr Susmita Oomman ( Clinical Fellow in Pain) and Dept of Anesthesia, McMaster University McMaster University is tucked away in the beautiful west side of the Ontari…

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Application of Contemporary Medical Acupuncture as a Neuromodulation Technique in Pain Management

By Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco
January 1, 2004

by Dr. Angelica Fargas-Babjak The goal of this article is to outline the basic implementation and understanding of the pain and neuromodulation achieved by the applica…

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Pain

By Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco
January 1, 2002

Good Times Wendy Haaf “Pain is real when you get other people to believe in it. If no one believes in it but you, your pain is madness or hysteria.” – Naomi Wolf…

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