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Hubscher, M., Vogt, L., Ziebart, T., & Banzer, W. (2010). Immediate effects of acupuncture on strength performance: a randomized, controlled crossover trial. 33, 1 Day.
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Ilbuldu, E., Cakmak, A., Disci, R., & Aydin, R. (2004). Comparison of laser, dry needling, and placebo laser treatments in myofascial pain syndrome (Vol. 22). 60, 4 Weeks(Myofascial Pain Syndromes).
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Schmid-Schwap, M., Simma-Kletschka, I., Stockner, A., Sengstbratl, M., Gleditsch, J., Kundi, M., et al. (2006). Oral acupuncture in the therapy of craniomandibular dysfunction syndrome -- a randomized controlled trial (Vol. 118). 23, 1 Day(Facial Pain).
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Sprott, H. (1998). Efficiency of acupuncture in patients with fibromyalgia (Vol. 3). 30, 3 Weeks(Fibromyalgia).
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Trumpler, F., Oez, S., Stahli, P., Brenner, H. D., & Juni, P. (2003). Acupuncture for alcohol withdrawal: A randomized controlled trial (Vol. 38). 48, N/A(Alcohol-Related Disorders).
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Fleckenstein, J., Lill, C., Ludtke, R., Gleditsch, J., Rasp, G., & Irnich, D. (2009). A single point acupuncture treatment at large intestine meridian: a randomized controlled trial in acute tonsillitis and pharyngitis (Vol. 25). 60, 1 Day(Tonsillitis and Phayrngitis).
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Hubscher, M., Vogt, L., Ziebart, T., & Banzer, W. (2010). Immediate effects of acupuncture on strength performance: a randomized, controlled crossover trial. Eur J Appl Physiol, 110(2), 353–358.
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Irnich, D., Behrens, N., Gleditsch, J., Stor, W., Schreiber, M., Schops, P., et al. (2002). Immediate effects of dry needling and acupuncture at distant points in chronic neck pain: results of a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled crossover trial (Vol. 99). 36, N/A(Neck Pain).
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Irnich, D., Behrens, N., Molzen, H., Konig, A., Gleditsch, J., Krauss, M., et al. (2001). Randomised trial of acupuncture compared with conventional massage and “sham” laser acupuncture for treatment of chronic neck pain (Vol. 322). 175, 3 Weeks(Neck Pain).
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