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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncture are alternative healing methods that are based on thousands of years of tradition and philosophy. Here are some of the advantages and benefits of these methods:

Pain Relief: Acupuncture is commonly used to relieve pain, especially chronic pain such as back pain, headaches, arthritis, and other ailments.

Stress Reduction: Acupuncture can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression by stimulating the body's nervous system and causing the body to release its own pain and stress reduction mechanisms.

Improving Physical Function: TCM and acupuncture can help balance the body, which can result in improved physical function and a reduction in symptoms.

Aid in Healing: TCM and acupuncture can be used as adjunctive therapies to aid in the healing of certain diseases and conditions such as infertility, menstrual cramps and digestive disorders.

Natural Therapy: Because TCM and acupuncture are based on natural methods and not synthetic drugs or surgery, they are attractive alternatives to traditional medical treatments for many people.

Acupuncture treatment usually consists of the following steps:

  1. History: The acupuncturist asks about the patient's symptoms and gathers information about their medical history.

  2. Pulse diagnosis and tongue diagnosis: The acupuncturist examines the patient's pulse and looks at the tongue to assess the energy balance in the body.

  3. Determination of acupuncture points: The acupuncturist determines the acupuncture points that need to be treated based on the patient's symptoms and the results of the medical history and diagnostics.

  4. Insertion of the needles: The acupuncturist places sterile packed needles on the selected acupuncture points on the skin. The needles are either gently pricked into the skin or sometimes activated with electrical stimulation.

  5. Needles remain in the skin: The needles remain in the skin between 20  and 30 minutes. During this time, the patient may feel a slight tingling or warm sensation.

  6. Removing the needles: The acupuncturist removes the needles and ends the treatment.

In summary, acupuncture is a traditional form of therapy that aims to relieve pain, treat discomfort and restore balance to the body. Acupuncture is a safe and effective form of therapy. It is  but not suitable for all medical conditions. 


Acupuncture treatment

Acupuncture treatment

Acupuncture treatment



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