• Electroacupuncture Ineffective for Neuropathy

    by  • 10 November 2011 • Pain News

    A recently reported clinical trial examined electroacupuncture — needles inserted at acupoints with electric current applied — for chronic, peripheral neuropathic pain. This therapy afforded no significant pain relief or other benefits; however, the study also serves as an example of poor-quality evidence garnering more attention in a pain journal than it probably deserves. Writing online ahead


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