Acupuncture During Surgery May Help Patients With Nosocomephobia

A Qualitative Analysis of Intraoperative Acupuncture for Nosocomephobia: The Unseen Patient.

Nosocomephobia is a fear of hospitals, an anxiety disorder. It can cause panic attacks and prevent patients from getting medical care of visiting loved ones in the hospital.

I participated in this paper after Dr. Stephanie Cheng worked wonders helping a patient get through surgery. I don’t understand acupuncture, but there is no doubt that it can help people in many ways.

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