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Acupuncture for Shingles Pain

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Air date: January 9, 2011

Host: Barbara Lewis

Men's & Women's Health Patient Care
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Interview: Jennifer Meador-Stone, MD, acupuncturist
Volunteer clinical lecturer in medicine, IU School of Medicine

Anyone who’s had shingles knows that it can be incredibly painful. Even when an episode is supposedly "over" and the blisters have healed, the pain might linger for weeks or months.

Acupuncturist Jennifer Meador-Stone, MD, works with patients with shingles. She explains how acupuncture relieves the pain of this chronic condition.

Dr. Meador-Stone is a volunteer clinical lecturer in medicine at the IU School of Medicine

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