Acupuncture Literature References



1 White, A. Editorial Board. Western medical acupuncture: a definition. Acupuncture in Medicine 2009; 27: 33-35.

2 Sackett DL, Rosenberg WMC, Gray JAM, Haynes RB, Richardson WS: Evidence based medicine: what it is and what it isn’t. BMJ 1996;312:71-2.

3 Hui, K.S., Marina, O., Claunch, J.D., Nixon, E.E., Fang, J., et al. Acupuncture mobilizes the brain’s default mode and its anti-correlated network in healthy subjects. Brain Research 2009; 1287: 84-103.

4 White, A. The safety of acupuncture – evidence from the UK. Acupuncture in Medicine 2006; 24(Suppl): S53-57.

5 Vas, J., Perea-Milla, E., Méndez, C. Acupuncture and moxibustion as an adjunctive treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee – a large case series. Acupuncture in Medicine 2004; 22(1): 23-28.

6 Kawakita, K., Okada, K. Mechanisms of action of acupuncture for chronic pain relief – polymodal receptors are the key candidates. Acupuncture in Medicine 2006; 24(Suppl): S58-66.

7 Cummings, M. ‘Forbidden points’ in pregnancy: no plausible mechanism for risk. Acupuncture in Medicine 2011; 29(2): 140-142.

8 White, A. Towards greater safety in acupuncture practice – a systems approach. Acupuncture in Medicine 2004; 22(1): 34-39.

9 White, A. A cumulative review of the range and incidence of significant adverse events associated with acupuncture. Acupuncture in Medicine 2004; 22(3): 122-133.

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