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Acupressure at Yintang (M-HN-3) has been found to reduce preprocedural anxiety in children undergoing endoscopic examination.
Laser acupuncture can provide significant benefit in the treatment of children with headache.
An experimental trial has investigated the effects of acupressure and meridian massage on increasing body weight in premature infants.
Constipation in children accounts for between 10-25% of referrals to paediatric gastro-intestinal clinics.
As part of a paediatric pain management program, acupuncture reduces pain scores by over 5 points on a 10-point scale and improves overall well being, new suggests a new study.
50 children, aged 9-18 years, suffering from primary persistent nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting) were treated by traditional Chinese acupuncture.
One hundred hyperactive children were treated with Tiaoshen Liquor composed of Chinese herbal medicines.
37 children with steroid-dependent nephrotic syndrome (SDNS) were treated with Chai-Ling-Tang (Sairei-to).