What is acupuncture? Acupuncture has been used to treat hundreds of diseases and conditions. It is proved that acupuncture is effective not only in pain management but can also treat dysfunction of specific organs and systems.
We look at the body wholistically, and Acupuncture can help
support journey in healing.
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Acupuncture has been known to treat the following:
Womxns, Uterine and Ovarian Health
Pain management; Tendonitis, TMJ dysfunction, Tech Neck, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
After a recent review of clinical trials by the World Health Organization (WHO), over 100 diseases and conditions were recommended for acupuncture treatment. Today, more and more diseases and conditions are added to the list of indications for acupuncture.
Registered Acupuncturists may also offer the following treatments:
History of Acupuncture
The theory and practice of acupuncture originated in China. It was first mentioned and recorded in documents dating a few hundred years before the Common Era. Earlier instead of needles sharpened stones and long sharp bones were used around 6000 BCE for acupuncture treatment. These instruments could also have been used for simple surgical procedures like lancing an abscess etc.
Acupuncture is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It is a complete medical system with its own theoretical foundation, diagnosis methods, treatment principles and modalities, and standards of competence and practice. The practice of acupuncture involves inserting ultra-fine needles into the defined specific acupuncture points on meridians of the body, with a specific needling manipulation technique, for prevention and treatment of diseases. Acupuncture may be used together with moxibustion, cupping, and other TCM treatment modalities TCM acupuncture promotes natural healing, improves body function, balance and harmony.
Modern science has confirmed several beneficial biomedical reactions following acupuncture treatment.