NADA ear acupuncture discoveries of benefits for many health conditions: [link]
Recent: Cold laser acupuncture point needle-free stimulation, research to aid treatment of mental disorders [report].
I'm licensed to provide the ear acupuncture called NADA Protocol. I advocate teaching of Ear Acupuncture for physical/mental health benefits. I support NADA Specialist training and services.
Click the link to visit the NADA training site to read about the history of Auriculotherapy and Humanitarian Aid for mental and physical health: [Link]
See below:Hyaluronic Acid Science. [Link to page that I pasted this from.]
Explaining Acumeridian Function: Possible basis of acumeridian energy flow
Unique model may provide scientific explanation for acupuncture meridians.
[My page about Dr. Nordenstrom]
From an Important Life:
He was honored by Yoshiaki Omura, M.D., Acupuncturist
I include Nordenstrom in Theoretical Groundwork section
Two representative articles that draw upon Nordenstrom's work:
I have communicated with this researcher whose work seemed to be hidden by engineering terminology. Dr. Ning Wang works with micro-anatomy. I think that his discovery adds to evidence for the value of fields in health as well as the need for body movement to generate fields in order to activate physiological processes. [See Dr. Ratey and brain-derived neurotrophic factor -- BDNF -- and brain health and learning and memory enhancement.]
Original article I found [deleted] | Blogger picks up his work | Fascia cytostructural work of Jean-Pierre Giumberteau
Research description: Professor Wang uses advanced research techniques to gain a fundamental understanding of cell mechanics, including cytoskeletal biomechanics and control of cell form and function; bio-imaging of cytoskeletal structures and stress distribution in living cells; mechanotransduction, nuclear deformation and gene expression; and mechanical biotechnologies and their applications to cells, tissues, and organisms.
He has developed a technology called intracellular stress tomography, which he uses to address fundamental questions about stress propogation and distribution in living cells. He has also developed three-dimensional magnetic twisting cytometry technology and used it to quantify mechanical anisotropy in living cells. [more]