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Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (CMA) is an evidence based approach to acupuncture, where insertion sites are determined based on a functional assessment of the person and the activity of the person's nervous system. The goal of treatment is neuromodulation to restore function and decrease pain. Research shows CMA to be effective in the management of: Acute painChronic painPain and symptom management related to ongoing disease CMA uses a very precise peripheral nerve stimulation to modulate local tissue responses, abnormal nervous system, endocrine, exocrine and immune system activity. This Model combines traditional clinical information with evidence based biomedical science to gain precise neuromodulatory effects.
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Contemporary Medical Acupuncture
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (CMA) is an evidence based approach to acupuncture, where insertion sites are determined based on a functional assessment of the person and the activity of the person's nervous system. The goal of treatment is neuromodulation to restore function and decrease pain. Research shows CMA to be effective in the management of: Acute painChronic painPain and symptom management related to ongoing disease CMA uses a very precise peripheral nerve stimulation to modulate local tissue responses, abnormal nervous system, endocrine, exocrine and immune system activity. This Model combines traditional clinical information with evidence based biomedical science to gain precise neuromodulatory effects.
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (CMA) is an evidence based approach to acupuncture, where insertion sites are determined based on a functional assessment of the person and the activity of the person's nervous system. The goal of treatment is neuromodulation to restore function and decrease pain. Research shows CMA to be effective in the management of: Acute painChronic painPain and symptom management related to ongoing disease CMA uses a very precise peripheral nerve stimulation to modulate local tissue responses, abnormal nervous system, endocrine, exocrine and immune system activity. This Model combines traditional clinical information with evidence based biomedical science to gain precise neuromodulatory effects.
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