Evanisi T Palomari


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Correspondence of the auricular acupoint with the upper trapezius muscle: a electromyographic study

Presently, acupuncture is a technique considered to be capable of stimulating the regulatory systems of the organism, such as the central nervous system, the endocrine system and the immunological system. The median frequency of the upper trapezium muscle with 40% and 60% of maximal voluntary (...)

Correspondence of the auricular acupoint with the upper trapezius muscle: a electromyographic study

Presently, acupuncture is a technique considered to be capable of stimulating the regulatory systems of the organism, such as the central nervous system, the endocrine system and the immunological system. The median frequency of the upper trapezium muscle with 40% and 60% of maximal voluntary (...)

Correspondence of the auricular acupoint with the upper trapezius muscle: a electromyographic study

Presently, acupuncture is a technique considered to be capable of stimulating the regulatory systems of the organism, such as the central nervous system, the endocrine system and the immunological system. The median frequency of the upper trapezium muscle with 40% and 60% of maximal voluntary (...)

Correspondence of the auricular acupoint with the upper trapezius muscle: a electromyographic study

Presently, acupuncture is a technique considered to be capable of stimulating the regulatory systems of the organism, such as the central nervous system, the endocrine system and the immunological system. The median frequency of the upper trapezium muscle with 40% and 60% of maximal voluntary (...)

Correspondence of the auricular acupoint with the upper trapezius muscle: a electromyographic study

Presently, acupuncture is a technique considered to be capable of stimulating the regulatory systems of the organism, such as the central nervous system, the endocrine system and the immunological system. The median frequency of the upper trapezium muscle with 40% and 60% of maximal voluntary (...)