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About Acupuncture

Get to Know about Acupuncture

An Effective Technic to Improve Your Wellness & Health

Get to Know about Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a very effective treatment technics in Traditional Chinese Medicine with over 3,000 years of history. Initially, Acupuncture treatment is to insert very thin needles to certain point (Acupoint) on the body. Acupuncture works as to help stimulating the dynamics of energy in the body. This process allows the body to heal naturally. The points where needles take places are based on research over 3,000 years of history of Chinese medicine.

Acupuncture could benefits your wellness in many aspects by improving the immune system to the body. This does not only help you to recover from the existing illness but also preventing future ones.

How Acupuncture Works

The Classical Chinese explanation is that energy (Qi) flows in channels (meridians) throughout the body and over its surfaces. These channels are rivers of energy which are referred to as meridians. The Chinese have identified 71 meridians in the human body, which is a basic energy map for all people. The meridians are often compared to a series of interconnected highways. Each of the major organs in the body is associated with its own meridian. Through the network of meridians the internal organs are connected to certain areas and parts of the body including the muscles, bones, joints, and also other organs.

The Chinese believe that health is a manifestation of balance, both within the body itself and between the body and the external environment. When the body is internally balanced and in harmony with the external environment, Qi flows smoothly through the meridians to nourish the organs and tissues. If an obstruction occurs in one of the meridians, the Qi is disrupted and cannot flow properly. When the Qi cannot flow smoothly or is forced to flow in the opposite direction, the body’s innate balance is disrupted and illness results.

Acupuncture points are the specific points on the meridians where the Qi is both concentrated and accessible. Acupuncture engages the Qi by inserting needles at these specific points, the goal being to restore the proper flow of Qi. As the body regains its natural balance, well-being returns.

What Acupuncture Can Help

Addiction

Anxiety & Insomnia

Arthritis, Tendonitis, & Joint pain

Asthma & Allergies

Auto Injuries

Bladder and Kidney Infections

Cardiac Palpitations (Irregular Heartbeat)

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Common Cold & Influenza

Degenerative Disc Disorders

Depression

Diet, Nutrition, & Weight Control

Fibromyalgia

Headaches & Migraines

Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)

Indigestion, Gas, Bloating, Constipation

Infertility

Menopause Symptoms

Musculoskeletal pain

Nausea

Neuropathy

Orthopedic Conditions

Pain

PMS & Menstrual Irregularity

Smoking Addiction

Sports Injuries

Tension / Stress Syndromes

Tinnitus

Work Injuries

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