The faculty at the American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM) continues to be the most productive team scholarly and academically. The recent publications from our faculty members in the fields of acupuncture, needling techniques, Chinese herbs, herbal formulas and clinical applications show that we keep bringing the frontier of Chinese medicine to the growing profession of Oriental medicine in the United States. AAAOM firmly holds the position as a leading education, service and research center in the United States of America.
International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Daiyi Tang
Published quarterly by Allerton Press Journals, this was the first English-language journal aimed at improving practitioners’ clinical skills. Most of the articles are from China and they report on diseases that are commonly seen in Western acupuncture practice. Many of the studies involve large numbers of patients that practitioners in the West are not always able to see.
Although the journal has a clinical bent, such topics as acupuncture theory and mechanism research are regularly covered together with papers that help to integrate acupuncture into conventional medical practice, providing practitioners practical information that can be invaluable in their clinical practice. Click on the following issues for contents.