Post-surgical Complications Treated by Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine

Dan Jiang and Lily Li

Post-surgical complications involve symptoms remaining after an operation, or else occur where an operation fails to completely remove the appropriate pathological physical tissue. In such cases acupuncture is able to promote self-healing and regulate physiological processes, whilst herbal medicine can reduce inflammation, target specific symptoms and facilitate healing. In this paper the authors present four cases involving post-surgical complications that were successfully treated with traditional Chinese medicine.

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AuthorDan Jiang and Lily Li

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