Did you know that female doctors who teach at Harvard Medical School advocate the efficacy of acupuncture treatment?
Neurochemical expert director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine and professor at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Helene Langevin, has produced a paper in defense of the efficacy of acupuncture.
The statement was made known through an article by Dr. Langevin in collaboration with Dr. Carolyn Bernstein, who is a neurologist specializing in headaches.
In it, they point out that the scientific evidence of the last 10 years is sufficient to determine that acupuncture does work.
They also state that “acupuncture has become an important non-pharmacological option that can help patients with chronic pain to avoid the use of potentially harmful medications, especially opioids with their serious risk of addiction.”
This endorsement published on the University’s website, by two conventional medicine professionals, confirms once again that the Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment helps to improve the health of patients.
Dr. Maríam Tovar, a professional in conventional medicine and a specialist in Traditional Chinese Medicine, awaits you in her consultations by appointment. Source: ESPS School