Acupuncture has been shown to be effective in treating a wide variety of conditions.  Published clinical trials have supported anecdotal evidence and practices that have been utilized in parts of the world for hundreds of years.  Some treatable conditions include but are not limited to:

abdominal pain in acute gastroenteritis
acne vulgaris
adverse reactions to chemotherapy or radiation therapy
alcohol dependence
alcohol detoxification
allergic rhinitis
angina pectoris
arthritis
asthma
biliary colic
bladder problems
breathlessness in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
bulbar paralysis after stroke
cancer pain
cardiac neurosis
cerebrovascular disorders (aphasia; coma; craniocerebral injury; stroke)
cholecystitis
cholelithiasis
cocaine dependence
competition stress syndrome
convulsions in infants and young children due to high fever
craniocerebral injury closed
deafness (sudden onset)
dental pain
dependence, alcohol , opium, cocaine and heroin; tobacco dependence
depression (also depression after stroke)
diabetes mellitus, non-insulin dependent
diarrhea
dysmenorrhea
dysphagia in pseudobulbar paralysis
earache, unexplained
encephalitis: viral encephalitis in children
eye pain due to subconjunctival injection
facial pain including craniomandibular disorders (TMJ)
fibromyalgia
gastrointestinal spasm
gouty arthritis
hay fever
headache
hepatitis B virus carrier state
herpes zoster (shingles) and post-herpetic neuralgia
hyperlipidemia
hypertension (essential)
hypo-ovarianism
hypotension
induction of labor
infertility
insomnia
irritable bladder
irritable colon syndrome
knee pain
labor pain
lactation deficiency
leukopenia (low white blood cell count)
low back pain
malposition of fetus (breech position)
Meniere’s disease
migraine
morning sickness
nausea and vomiting (chemotherapy induced; post-anesthesia)
neck pain
neuralgia (post-herpetic)
neurodermatitis
neuropathic bladder in spinal cord injury
obesity
osteoarthritis
pain in thromboangiitis obliterans
plantar pain due to fasciitis
polycystic ovary syndrome
post-operative pain
premenstrual syndrome
prostatitis, chronic
radicular and pseudoradicular pain syndromes
Raynaud’s syndrome, primary
recurrent urinary tract infections
reflex sympathetic dystrophy
renal colic
retention of urine, traumatic
retinopathy, central serous
rheumatoid arthritis
schizophrenia
sciatica
Sjogren’s syndrome
small airway obstruction
sore throat
spine pain
sprain
stiff neck
stroke
TMJ dysfunction
tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
Tietze’s syndrome
tinnitus
tonsillitis , acute
Tourette syndrome
ulcerative colitis, chronic
urolithiasis
whooping cough (pertussis)