I have a real-life, real-world story about acupuncture
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I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I’ve never heard of acupuncture.
That’s not a complaint I’ve heard a lot of people make, but I’m not alone in that.
The term has long been used by some in the acupuncture community to describe a practice that is used to treat health conditions such as arthritis, asthma, migraines, and many more.
But when I first heard of it in a 2014 Reddit AMA, I wasn’t sure what to make of it.
But then I stumbled upon an article about a woman in her 70s who had received acupuncture from a practitioner in her home.
The woman had chronic back pain that required frequent medication.
After taking some ibuprofen and some painkillers, she was able to begin to ease her pain.
When I read this story, I was shocked by the quality of the information.
As I learned more about the practice, it became clear that acupuncture was indeed an important part of her life.
As a medical doctor, I knew that acupuncture is a safe and effective treatment for chronic pain and that it can be effective in treating other conditions, including arthritis, hypertension, depression, and even cancer.
It was only a matter of time before more people were talking about it.
So, I started to dig deeper into the story of this woman and her story of healing and then I was surprised by what I learned.
As you can imagine, I wanted to know what other people were going through.
I was curious to see what others were going thru.
And, as an American, I felt compelled to share my own story.
In a follow-up AMA, another patient from my practice mentioned that she had been diagnosed with chronic back and neck pain.
I’m curious to know if other people have chronic back, neck, or shoulder pain.
In the past, I have shared that some of my patients with chronic conditions were told they had cancer.
I’ve had my share of patients who have cancer, but the vast majority of my care is focused on managing their pain and symptoms and getting them back to their normal.
In this case, the cancer was benign, so there was no reason for me to assume she had cancer, which would have made me more suspicious of the diagnosis.
My own personal story of chronic pain was also quite different.
I had chronic neck pain for years.
It affected every muscle, and the pain kept getting worse.
I would get a lot more headaches when I was at work and at home, but that was a small price to pay to have a chronic neck problem.
I couldn’t get a good night’s sleep and I didn’t feel well enough to take my medication.
But after several years of pain management, I finally felt comfortable enough to go to the doctor for a routine check-up.
As my doctor had told me before, I had an excellent physical examination, which included a physical exam of my neck and back.
She also asked if I could do a simple physical examination of my muscles to make sure I wasn�t overdoing it with my medication and stretching my neck muscles.
After a thorough physical, she also looked for any signs of a chronic disease, such as: Pain or tenderness in your neck muscles
I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I’ve never heard of acupuncture.That’s not a complaint I’ve heard a lot of…
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