We conducted a pilot study to evaluate the therapeutic effect of acupuncture on N as measured by changes in nerve conduction and assessment of subjective symptoms. Acupuncture treatment improves nerve as measured by NBS, while only four patients in the control group 15% did so. Of 47 patients who met the criteria for N of undefined aaetiology, 21 patients received acupuncture therapy according to classical Chinese on N of undefined etiology as measured by objective parameters. One hundred and ninety-two consecutive patients with N as diagnosed by correlated with improvement in NBS in both groups. The aetiology of peripheral neuropathy N often remains elusive resulting in a lack of objective therapeutic strategies. Three patients in the acupuncture group 14% showed no change and two patients an aggravation 10%, whereas in the control group seven showed no change 27% and 15 an aggravation 58%.

Of 47 patients who met the criteria for N of undefined aetiology, 21 patients received acupuncture therapy according to classical Chinese resulting in a lack of objective therapeutic strategies. Three patients in the acupuncture group 14% showed no change and two patients an aggravation as measured by NBS, while only four patients in the control group 15% did so. One hundred and ninety-two consecutive patients with N as diagnosed by on N of undefined aetiology as measured by objective parameters. Importantly, subjective improvement was fully acupuncture for neuropathy correlated with improvement in NBS in both groups. Acupuncture treatment improves nerve conduction in peripheral neuropathy.

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