At Allina, Chinese and traditional medicine complement each other

It’s become increasingly common for such patients to be referred to an acupuncturist.

It’s become increasingly common for patients to be referred to an acupuncturist.

[The Patch, Jan. 31, 2012] Have you ever had an ailment that just wouldn’t go away, despite your doctor’s best care?

At Allina Medical Clinic – Northfield—as elsewhere—it’s become increasingly common for such patients to be referred to an acupuncturist, which is often their first venture into the widening world of alternative/complementary medicine. Read the full story at patch.com.

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