research

 

The following links will take you to scholarly articles on Battlefield Acupuncture

 

Battlefield Acupuncture in the U.S. Military: A Pain-Reduction Model for NATO

 

Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Health Administration: Effectiveness in Individual and Group Settings for Pain and Pain Comorbidities

 

Group Battlefield Acupuncture in Primary Care for Veterans with Pain.

 

The Use of Battlefield Acupuncture Prior to Botulinum Toxin A Administration: A 2-Patient Case Series

 

Can Battlefield Acupuncture Improve Colonoscopy Experience?

 

Battlefield acupuncture: Opening the door for acupuncture in Department of Defense/Veteran’s Administration health care

 

Detailed Autonomic Nervous System Analysis of Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Battlefield Acupuncture Protocol

 

Battlefield Acupuncture and Near-Infrared Spectroscopy–Miniaturized Computer-Triggered Electrical Stimulation of Battlefield Ear Acupuncture Points and 50-Channel Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Mapping

 

Sideline Acupuncture for Acute Pain Control: A Case Series

 

Acupuncture in the U.S Armed Forces: A Brief History and Review of Current Educational Approaches

 

Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain with Laser and Needle Auricular Acupuncture: A Case Report

 

Integrating Acupuncture into Military Medicine: Strategies and Challenges

 

Acupuncture and PTSD: ‘Come for the Needles, Stay for the Therapy’

 

Military Medicine: The Ancient Art of Acupuncture is New Again

 

Moving Acupuncture to the Frontline of Medical Care: A Feasibility Study

 

Downrange Acupuncture

 

DoD-NCCAM/NIH Workshop on Acupuncture for Treatment of Acute Pain

 

Acupuncture for the Trauma Spectrum Response: Scientific Foundations, Challenges to Implementation

 

Acupuncture and NATO

 

Whole Health: The Vision and Implementation of Personalized, Proactive, Patient-driven Health Care for Veterans