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Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

There is increasing scientific evidence proving the efficacy of acupuncture for the treatment of medical ailments including chemotherapy-induced nausea, autoimmune disorders, chronic back pain, hypertension and allergic rhinitis.  Acupuncture is also used for fertility, facial skin tightening, weight management, and a host of other common complaints. Recognition of Chinesemedicine as an important and necessary part of American healthcare is on the rise. Acupuncture is increasingly covered by major insurance plans in the U.S., and AOMA is a preferred provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield and United Healthcare.

National Institutes of Health

Find links to current and past research on acupuncture and Chinese medicine on the National Institutes of Health website.

World Health Organization

The World Health Organization recognizes almost a hundred diseases, symptoms, or conditions for which acupuncture is effective.

Acupuncture: Review and Analysis of Reports on Controlled Clinical Trials

Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine FAQ

Acupuncture Info Cards

Find out more about how acupuncture works with these common ailments and diseases.

Acupuncture for Allergies

Acupuncture for Arthritis

Acupuncture for Depression

Acupuncture for Facial Rejuvenation

Acupuncture for Fertility

Acupuncture for Insomnia

Acupuncture for Gastrointestinal Disorders

Acupuncture for Pain

Acupuncture for PTSD

Acupuncture for Stress