Acupuncture is mainstreaming into industrialized nations’ healthcare systems by word of mouth, as people tell others how they have benefited from Eastern Medicine. This “trend” has increased since acupuncture’s introduction to the U.S. in the ’70’s and this has led to serious research dollars studying how it works and what it works well on.
All the major media outlets have been doing a great job reporting news on acupuncture. When quality studies are published, getting acupuncturists to talk about the profession, and most importantly, having people on who have gotten better when they used acupuncture.
NPR: The Nobel Prize in Medicine 2015 was partially awarded to a doctor who “found” a Chinese herb that fights malaria. To explain how and why eastern medicine works, take a listen to this podcast.
NBC: Brian Williams cites a huge study about how chronic pain is treated successfully with acupuncture.
CNN: Acupuncture relieves the side effects of radio- and chemotherapy cancer treatments.
ABC: Diane Sawyer reports on acupuncture for menopause.
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In print, articles from the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the NIH tell the same story and then some.
Mountaintop Acupuncture & Rehabilitation is available for speaking engagements to educate all sectors of the healthcare system, from licensed professionals to the public.