YNSA Basic Points, Ypsilon Points, and Neck Diagnostic Charts
YNSA Musculoskeletal Progress Note
Acubriefs is sponsored by the Medical Acupuncture Research Foundation (MARF). Its purpose is to make the most comprehensive database of references on acupuncture in the English language available online.
Something for everyone. A great site with consumer, student-level, and practitioner-level information.
Acupuncture for Arthritis
American Academy of Medical Acupuncture
An organization open to medical doctors who practice acupuncture. This site also has general information, books, and tapes for the public.
Auriculotherapy Certification Institute
ACI is North America’s only organization offering certification specifically in auriculotherapy, auricular acupuncture, and auricular medicine.
Information on the work of Dr. Paul Nogier of France.
Links for practitioners to various health-related topics treated with acupuncture.
The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association
The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association is a nonprofit association that conducts training and provides public education about the use of acupuncture as an adjunctive treatment for addictions and mental disorders.
National College of Natural Medicine
National College of Natural Medicine is the oldest accredited naturopathic medical college in North America.
NIH Consensus Statements
Contents discuss the efficacy of acupuncture, its role in combination with other interventions, its biological effects, how acupuncture can be appropriately incorporated into the health system, and future directions for research.
Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
Oregon College of Oriental Medicine trains master’s and doctoral students, conducts research, and treats patients at clinics on campus and in the community.
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
The largest TCM college in the United States with campuses in San Diego, Chicago, and New York, Pacific offers master’s degrees in Traditional Oriental Medicine.
“The Meridian System and the Mechanism of Acupuncture”
This scientific article by Charles Shang, Boston University School of Medicine, presents a theoretical model of how acupuncture might work.
Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA)
Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture is a fast and easy-to-learn method, among other applications, for the treatment of acute strokes and represents a valuable complement to conventional schemes of treatment.