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A History Worth Telling

The Humble Beginnings of Animal Acupuncture in the United States

By Gene Bruno, OMD, LAc, FNAAOM

The popularity and the use of acupuncture for the treatment of animals in the United States is at its peak. Today, it is not uncommon for our patients to be four-legged dogs or cats seeking relief from an ailment. Interestingly, little is known about the history of the...


New Medical Technologies You Need to Know

By Bruce H. Robinson, MD, FACS, MSOM (Hon)

We're all familiar with how fast computers become obsolete, as well as the rapid pace of development in the field of cell phone technology. The latest smart phones are far more powerful than desktop computers...

 

Peer Points: Always Seeking To Grow

By Brenda Duran, Senior Associate Editor

Ellen "Kiki" Geary has spent the last decade honing her craft. As a specialist in integrative holistic care, she went straight from completing her master's degree in acupuncture and chinese herbal medicine from...



A Chinese Medicine Story: An Interview with Mazin Al-Khafaji

By William Morris, DAOM, PhD, LAc

Mazin Al-Khafaji's work has interested me for years. In February 2014, we invited him for the second time to speak at the Southwest Symposium in Austin, Texas. This time, for a three-day lecture entitled,...

Building From the Bottom Up

Honora Wolfe, Bob Flaws, Their Company and Our Careers

By Felice Dunas, PhD

I caught up with my dear friend Honora Wolfe, in her Colorado painting studio where, if she is not praying in Bhutan or doing charitable work in a Nepali free clinic, she spends most of her time now. She...

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