- A case of severe depression and agarophobia treated by acupuncture
- Acupuncture for memory loss
- Acupuncture treatment of peripheral facial nerve palsy
- Acupunctural treatment of acute ichaemic coronary heart disease
- Menopause syndrome case history
- Acupuncture treatment of spinal cord injury
- Acupuncture treatment of post-herpetic neuralgia
- Acupuncture treatment of chronic idiopathic pelvic pain
- Acupuncture treatment of obstetric brachial palsy
- Aplastic anaemia
- Post Herpetic hypoaesthesia treated by acupuncture
- Laserpuncture for a spine lipoma case
- A serendipitous treatment of cerebral palsy with TCM
- A case of sick building syndrome treated by acupuncture
- Treatment of Meniere's disease
- Qigong deviation: An interesting acupuncture case history
- Acupuncture for diplopia
- Treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy with acupuncture
- Treatment of twin complicated foetal malpresentation
- Acupuncture treatment of a patient with the spinal cord totally interrupted
- Seemingly difficult cases cured with acupuncture
- Experience with auriculo therapy
- Asthma cases
- Two cases of removal of uric acid from the blood
- One case of fallopian tube obstruction
- Acupuncture treatment of sleep disorders
- Acupuncture and male subfertility: review of clinical studies
This section of The Journal of Chinese Medicine website is devoted to the accumulation of case histories - acupuncture, herbal medicine, qigong etc. for mutual education and reference.
Anyone can send case histories for adding to this section.We would suggest that the most valuable kinds of cases would be unusual or difficult diseases, unusual treatments or outcomes, or any case where there might be something of special interest and value to other practitioners. They do not all have to be successful cases! Indeed, some of the most useful case histories can be failures where something valuable has been learnt.
The treatment approaches can be as varied as practitioners are - there is no orthodoxy here. They do not have to be beautifully written (though of course they can be). The main thing is that they have sufficient information to show the treatment approach, treatment and outcome.
I hope that in this way we can all contribute to a resource that will eventually be a wide and valuable source of reference material.
Note: these case histories have not been edited by us. Some have been written by practitioners for whom English is not a first language. Some are in note form. We have included the email address of the practitioner if you wish to respond directly.
In order to contribute, just send your case history to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Case History" in the subject field.