- Role of C tactile fibres in touch and emotion--clinical and research relevance to acupunctureAnthony Campbell
Royal London Homeopathic Hospital, London, UK
Acupunct Med 24:169-71. 2006..They may explain why even superficial acupuncture with brief needle insertion can have a clinical effect and why light touch may not be an adequate control procedure for use in clinical trials...
- Point specificity of acupuncture in the light of recent clinical and imaging studiesAnthony Campbell
Royal London Homeipathic Hospital, London, UK
Acupunct Med 24:118-22. 2006..This understanding could offer a way out of the sterile debate about whether acupuncture is merely a placebo: acupuncture could be one effective way of stimulating responses within these deep areas of the brain, though not the only way...
- The origins of acupunctureAnthony Campbell
Acupunct Med 20:141. 2002
- Debate--patients should be encouraged to treat themselves. ForAnthony Campbell
Acupunct Med 22:141-2, 145. 2004..Other arguments against it are that it is less effective than standard acupuncture, the patient misses out on the therapeutic relationship, and safer alternative methods exist...
- Debate--patients should be encouraged to treat themselvesAnthony Campbell
AACP, Southampton, UK
Acupunct Med 22:141-5. 2004..Other arguments against it are that it is less effective than standard acupuncture, the patient misses out on the therapeutic relationship, and safer alternative methods exist...
- Acupuncture-induced galactorrhoea--a case reportAnthony Campbell
Acupunct Med 23:146. 2005..The acupuncture was performed at a non-traditional site using a periosteal technique and galactorrhoea occurred on two separate occasions. Galactorrhoea following acupuncture has been reported on one previous occasion...