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Man -- man was back pain had been topic last week you know it a lot of feedback from viewers and when the docs talk about back pain.
A potential treatments.
One popular option is acupuncture.
Do that report show over fourteen million Americans about the used it or tried it that this Motley acupuncture.
Does -- really weren't.
Well it's very interest and if you would have asked me this question years ago I would give you a different answer but today.
There's a new study that just came out in evidence base complementary and alternative medicine and looking at 75000.
People -- now there are seeing some effective result as a result of acupuncture is.
You know the history of is actually more interesting sixteenth century Chinese medicine use this.
To really bring good positive energy flow and for a lot of things such as low back pain.
Four elbow tennis elbow for certain headaches this -- to -- -- I think that you know you have to take -- for what it's worth.
It's not going to replace the modern medicine but I think there's a lot of uses for this and given -- -- -- -- experienced doctors is actually is beneficial.
You know I actually think I agree with David I actually think it's safe and that's another thing like -- was have nothing else is working why would you try it.
He uses needles I think what it actually does is it it's called meridia is that it it it takes an imbalance -- of the illness illness causes an imbalance of the body according to the sixteenth century.
Chinese doctors but here's what we think we think that putting those needles and causes the brain to release endorphins which decreased pain.
-- -- -- -- -- And you put the needles in your nerves so -- some scientific basis of this and it can work for back pain it can work for -- -- -- can work for addictions.
It can work for obesity.
-- migraine headaches so -- so many uses and it's relatively safe.
I say why not try it.
All right there's a vote for -- -- two votes for acupuncture.
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