Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation announces a new evidence-based acupuncture clinic

The clinic will serve patients with conditions including acute and chronic pain, anxiety, irritable bowel syndrome, sprains and other conditions which may be treated after consultation.

The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation announces a new evidence-based acupuncture clinic serving patients with conditions including acute and chronic pain, anxiety, irritable bowel syndrome, sprains and other conditions which may be treated after consultation. Jongbae Park, KMD, PhD, assistant professor and inventor of the Park Sham Device used worldwide in acupuncture research, brings his knowledge of current and most successful practices in acupuncture. Paul Thananopavarn, MD, assistant professor in both PM&R and Internal Medicine, provides medical acupuncture as well as rehabilitation for patients with medically complex conditions. Services are provided by appointment in the PM&R Outpatient Clinic, first floor, UNC Memorial Hospital. For more information, view the clinic flyer under patient services, acupuncture (www.med.unc.edu/phyrehab), or call 919-966-8812 for appointments.