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  • Acupuncture Research Explained

    Acupuncture Research Explained

    In this video, Mel Hopper Koppelman MSc offers a quick and simple explanation about the evidence base for acupuncture. Learn about the three main types of acupuncture research, the state of the evidence and the main pitfalls in interpreting these studies.

    Mel completed her Masters (with Distinction) in Acupuncture in 2012, and runs her clinic in Leicester, UK. To find out more about Mel, please visit her website.

    Acupuncture Now Foundation

    Acupuncture Now Foundation

    Mel is the Vice President of Communications for the Acupuncture Now Foundation (ANF). The ANF promotes patient education and accurate public information regarding acupuncture.

    The ANF’s mission is to:

    “Increase acupuncture’s impact on easing suffering and enhancing health through accurate information about its best practices.”

    Acupuncture is a method of supporting the body/mind systems in their own natural healing processes. Originating in East Asia over 2,000 years ago and perhaps much earlier than that, in its modern practice acupuncture forms a part of a rational, personalized, evidence-based system of effective healthcare. In addition to being used by practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine often titled as “Licensed or Certified Acupuncturists”, acupuncture is practiced by some Western medical doctors, veterinarians, chiropractors, and other healthcare professionals to treat people and animals with a wide variety of symptoms and conditions. Worldwide, well over one million healthcare practitioners use acupuncture to ease the suffering and restore the health and well-being of their patients.

    For more information, please visit: https://AcupunctureNowFoundation.com

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