Dr. Rotchford is a founding member of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture. He has been integrating acupuncture into his medical practice since 1981. He has taught, published, and spoken internationally on acupuncture related topics.
The Acubriefs database is made up of citations from several sources (More than 24,000 primarily English citations as of February 2007). In addition to standard database sources such as Medline, a number of pertinent non-indexed journals are subscribed to and indexed in Acubriefs's database. Numerous articles and text books have also had their bibligraphies reviewed in order to help complete Acubrief's database. Go to Acubriefs
We intend the Acubriefs database to be not only the most complete source of acupuncture citations in the English language but also to play a vital role in helping both the researcher and the clinician find and evaluate pertinent citations. This database work was initiated well before the 1997 NIH Consensus Conference on Acupuncture and was utilized as this conference's primary database. MARF board members Russell Erickson, MD and James K. Rotchford MD, MPH were major contributors to the NIH Consensus Conference database. Dr. Erickson enriched the database significantly by creating thousands of annotated abstracts. The work initiated by Dr. Erikson was enhanced and furthered by the Acubriefs Newsletter project.
The online search engine is quite robust but if more detailed or specialized searches are required please look into our Librarian Services. Go to Acubriefs
Dr. Rotchford's new book onOpioids In Chronic Pain Managementis now available for sale on Amazon.
Opioids In Chronic Pain Management – A Guide for Patients
is a book written by a physician specifically for patients who are confronting issues of pain and opioids in their lives. Dr. Kimber Rotchford is an expert in Pain Management and Addiction.
Dr. Rotchford presents a concise and informative roadmap to what a patient can expect to encounter in treating pain with opioid medications.