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We both value the research of modern science and the many developments that have been discovered.
We also value the depth of wisdom and knowledge of traditional and classical five element acupuncture, which integrates the many aspects of body and mind.
We acknowledge the information gained from research, and we endevaour to use it where appropriate when meeting the needs of an individual who is suffering in health.
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(2016) Acupuncture for Erectile Dysfunction: A Systematic Review.
‘Conclusion. The available evidence for the ability of acupuncture alone to improve erectile dysfunction was insufficient. .......Future well-
Xiaoming Cui, Jing Zhou, Zongshi Qin, and Zhishun Liu. (2016) Acupuncture for Erectile Dysfunction: A Systematic Review. Hindawi Publishing Corporation BioMed Research International Volume 2016, Article ID 2171923, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/2171923
(2012) Clinical observation on effect of acupuncture combined with psychological therapy. (Acupuncture plus Psychological Therapy versus Psychological Therapy alone.)
‘102 patients who had psychogenic erectile dysfunction for an average of 3.65 years. The control group received psychological therapy 24 times in a month that was aimed to help patients improve their confidence. The treatment group received the same psychological therapy as the control group. At the same time, they were treated with acupuncture once a day. The treatment was reported as “effective” if the patients could achieve a full erection for intercourse. After 30 sessions, treatment was “effective” for 45 of 51 patients in the treatment group and 24 of 51 patients in the control group. Overall, there was a significant difference between the treatment and control groups’
Qihai (CV6), Guanyuan (CV4), Zhongji (CV3), Sanyinjiao (SP6), Taichong (LR3), Xingjian (LR2), Taixi (KI3), Yongquan (KI1), Neiguan (PC6), Shenmen (HT7), Baihui (GV20), Xinshu (BL15), Shenshu (BL23), Qihaishu (BL24), Mingmen (GV4)
X. P. Jiang, X. Y. Liu, and Q. Li, (2012) Clinical observation on effect of acupuncture combined with psychological therapy. The Chinese and Foreign Health Abstract, vol. 9, pp. 401–402, 2012.