Investigating the Effects of Three Needling Parameters (Manipulation, Retention Time, and Insertion Site) on Needling Sensation and Pain Profiles: A Study of Eight Deep Needling Interventions

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Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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Journal article
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Loyeung, Yew Kian and Cobbin, Deirdre 2013, 'Investigating the Effects of Three Needling Parameters (Manipulation, Retention Time, and Insertion Site) on Needling Sensation and Pain Profiles: A Study of Eight Deep Needling Interventions', Evidence-Based Complementary And Alternative Medicine, vol. 2013, no. 1, pp. 136763-12-136763-12.
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2013
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Introduction. In traditional Chinese acupuncture, needle sensation (deqi) is purported to contribute to a therapeutic outcome. While researchers have attempted to define deqi qualitatively, few have examined the effects of needling parameters on its inte
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