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This may have been the result of competing schools of thought. 27 Some ancient texts referred to using acupuncture practices as well. 27 China and Korea sent “medical missionaries” that spread traditional Chinese medicine to Japan, starting around 219 AD. ACM practitioners disagree among themselves about how to diagnose Additionally, by the 18th century, scientific rationality was becoming more popular than traditional superstitious beliefs. 27 By 1757 a book documenting the history of Chinese medicine called acupuncture a “lost art”. 29 :160 Its decline was attributed in part to the popularity

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99 A 2012 Systematic Review Found Some Supporting Evidence That Acupuncture Was More Effective Than No Treatment For Chronic Non-specific Low Back Pain; The Evidence Was Conflicting Comparing The Effectiveness Over Other Treatment Approaches.

David.amey,.o.ingle.method.r theory” was ever predominantly adopted as the standard. 271 At the time, scientific knowledge of medicine was not yet developed, especially because in China dissection of the deceased was forbidden, preventing the development of basic anatomical knowledge. 27 It is not certain when specific acupuncture points were introduced, but the autobiography of lien Chhio from around 400–500 BC references inserting needles at designated areas. 29 Brian Sue believed ethere was a single acupuncture point at the top of one's skull that he called the point “of the hundred meetings.”

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