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Malcolm Taw, M.D. on "The Potential Benefits of Integrative East-West Medicine"

September 8, 2014

A recent publication by the Acoustic Neuroma Association contains an article summary of a presentation given by Malcolm Taw, MD, FACP, at the ANA's National Symposium in Los Angeles, CA in August 2013.

MTawANA2014On August 9-11, 2013, Dr. Malcolm Taw, Assistant Clinical Professor at the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine, led a workshop on "The Potential Benefits of Integrative East-West Medicine" in the management of symptoms from acoustic neuroma at the ANA 21st National Symposium in Los Angeles, CA.

The Acoustic Neuroma Association published an article summarizing Dr. Taw's presentation, which briefly defines integrative medicine, integrative East-West medicine, and myofascial pain, explains what acupuncture and trigger point injections are and how they work, and details the conditions for which these treatments can be effective. The article also illustrates several acupuncture and acupressure points that may be helpful to patients.

 

To view the entire publication, click here.


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