I think these are very reliable guidelines for cancer patients provided by The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®). Please follow the links below and find valuable information.
“There is evidence for the therapeutic effects of acupuncture for the management of cancer-related fatigue, chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting and leucopenia in patients with cancer. There is conflicting evidence regarding the treatment of cancer-related pain, hot flashes and hiccups, and improving patients’ quality of life. The available evidence is currently insufficient to support or refute the potential of acupuncture and related therapies in the management of xerostomia, dyspnea and lymphedema and in the improvement of psychological well-being. No serious adverse effects were reported in any study.”
Published online: 26 November 2015
I am heading to Boston!
SIO’s 12th International Conference will be held November 14-16, 2015, with a theme of “Integrative Innovation” preceded by a first-ever Joint Conference on November 14 presented by SIO, the Society for Acupuncture Research, and Fascia Research Society.
Click here for Program
“We know sitting too much is bad, and most of us intuitively feel a little guilty after a long TV binge. But what exactly goes wrong in our bodies when we park ourselves for nearly eight hours per day, the average for a U.S. adult? Many things, say four experts, who detailed a chain of problems from head to toe.”
The health hazards of sitting. – From The Washington Post.
“Integrative Cancer Therapies (ICT) is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal focused on the scientific understanding of alternative medicine and traditional medicine therapies, and their responsible integration with conventional health care. Integrative care includes therapeutic interventions in diet, lifestyle, exercise, stress care, and nutritional supplements, as well as experimental vaccines, chrono-chemotherapy, and other advanced treatments.”
Source: Integrative Cancer Therapies
“The Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monograph has released a special issue co-sponsored by SIO, The Role of Integrative Oncology for Cancer Survivorship, highlighting original peer-reviewed research in the field of integrative oncology. The articles in the special Monograph were all peer-reviewed.”
“Detailed video outlining how a herniated disc occurs and how it can cause pain and other symptoms depending on the location of the disc herniation.”
Source: Herniated Disc Video
The psoas muscle is one of the most important muscles that I always check and put the acupuncture needle in to release its spasm, when I treat many types of low back pain. Follow the link below to learn more about psoas muscle.
“Guest blogger Jonathan Fitz Gordon shares his thoughts about the importance of the psoas muscle in body posture and movement.”
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