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Dr. Yurasek Contributes Article on Acupuncture for PTSD

by Jun 8, 2011

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Dr. Frank Yurasek, Assistant Dean for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at National University, published an article in the April 2011 volume of “Alternative and Complementary Therapies” titled “Acupuncture for PTSD in War Veterans” for the journal’s “Clinical Roundup” section.

In the article, Dr. Yurasek shares clinical observations on the use and efficacy of acupuncture and other adjunct oriental medicine modalities in National University’s clinic for combat veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

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