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The common narrative surrounding acupuncture is that it’s basically quackery.
It’s a presumptuous belief, considering how acupuncture has been practiced for thousands of years.
(…) acupuncture has been practiced in China for more than 3000 years and was spread to Europe and American from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. The history of acupuncture research was initiated in the eighteenth century and developed rapidly since then. – Zhuang et al. (2013)
Mainstream medicine and science has long looked down on alternative therapeutic approaches, but clearly, the trend is changing.
An effort is now made by many towards integrative medicine, incorporating several age-old eastern practices into the conventional approach.
Acupuncture has been known to bring relief for various ailments, but can be especially useful in cases of chronic pain.
It’s a reality many people have to live with.
Recurrent pain can be debilitating, and in turn negatively affect every aspect of daily life.
Everything from sleep, energy levels, and mood are affected, and every day becomes a chore to go through.
Many resort to painkillers to feel better, but there are (safer) alternative approaches which truly work.
Acupuncture is one of the most common alternative therapies, although it is not really taken seriously by most people, at least in the Western world.
In 2019, a meta-analysis concluded that the benefits of acupuncture are not due to the placebo effect:
“We conclude that acupuncture is effective for the treatment of chronic pain, with treatment effects persisting over time. While factors in addition to the specific effects of needling at correct acupuncture point locations are important contributors to the treatment effect, decreases in pain following acupuncture cannot be explained solely in terms of placebo effects.” – Vickers et al. (2019)
The authors conducted an extremely thorough review of the literature, incorporating 13 studies selected from a pool of 75 full-text articles:
The results are thus very rigorous and clear…
Acupuncture is an effective pain relief solution for such conditions as chronic headaches, nonspecific musculoskeletal back and neck pain, osteoarthritis, and shoulder pain.
With statistical analysis, the authors were able to conclude that acupuncture has a significantly positive effect when compared with controls (patients who did not receive acupuncture).
Accordingly, they conclude:
“Referral for a course of acupuncture treatment is therefore a reasonable option for a patient with chronic pain.”
This is an invaluable study/review because it provides solid, peer-reviewed evidence that acupuncture is a valuable treatment approach.
If you suffer from chronic pain, it thus makes a lot of sense to consider a few acupuncture sessions, along with other lifestyle measures to lower inflammation and improve wellbeing.
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Zhuang Y, Xing JJ, Li J, Zeng BY, Liang FR. History of acupuncture research. Int Rev Neurobiol. 2013;111:1-23.
Vickers AJ, Vertosick EA, Lewith G, MacPherson H, Foster NE, Sherman KJ, Irnich D, Witt CM, Linde K; Acupuncture Trialists' Collaboration. Acupuncture for Chronic Pain: Update of an Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis. J Pain. 2018 May;19(5):455-474.