As usual, they just say “acupuncture” and don’t talk about what style or what techniques of needling are used. But at least they reported on the positive results this time!

So it seems some people are catching on to acupuncture’s use for pain, and realizing that it can do as well or better than many drugs while being safer and having fewer side effects.

Many still aren’t aware, though, that acupuncture is traditionally used for many more things than just pain: digestive disorders and common childhood ailments are just two examples of what people often see acupuncturists for.