Biomedical acupuncture for Pain Management. Integrative Approach, Yun-tao Ma, Mila Ma, Z.H.Cho, Elsevier, 2005
Dr Ma strongly emphasized that the modern modality known as dry-needling or or biomedical acu-puncture does not share any common foundation with traditional Chinese acupuncture. The term acupuncture is used here in the sense of its original Latin roots: acus (needle) and punctura (puncture or piercing).
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Biomedical Acupuncture for Pain Management:
An Integrative approach, Yun-tao Ma, Mila Ma, Z.H. Cho.
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