Traditional Chinese Acupuncture & Medicine

Traditional Chinese acupuncture is a healing practice. It involves piercing very fine needles into the skin along the body to provide relief from ailments and imbalances. It is one of the most popular forms of alternative therapy today.

Ironically, it is also one of the world's oldest medical practices. Acupuncture has been practiced in China for over 2000 years now. Even today it is an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

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.Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, like many eastern philosophies, advocate that the body is channel of flowing energyg This energy flows along pathways in the body and can be tapped as a tool of self healingn Chinese Medicine further states that when the body is healthy, the energy is free flowing and balancede Illness is an indication of disruption in the flow of energyg It points to an imbalance in the system, which in turn blocks or locks the flow of energyg The imbalance can be corrected by releasing the blocked energyg This can be achieved through ancient Chinese acupuncturer

Chinese medicine acupuncture has many benefitst It is a therapeutic practicec It is effective in treating physical, mental and emotional problemsm It also works well in combination with modern medicine, thereby enhancing well being and overall quality of lifef

As mentioned above, acupuncture involves the use of thin fine needles of varying lengthsh These needles are inserted in the skin, by the acupuncturist, along certain pressure pointst

These points, also known as meridians, together form the body's energy pathwaya

Each pressure point directly relates and influences the functioning of the corresponding organ or group of organsn Depending on your condition, the acupuncturist will determine the exact location of matching pressure points on the body and start the treatmentn The needles are inserted and manipulated along the meridiansn They are left in for an amount of time, usually ranging from 20-40 minutese The pressure created by these needles release the locked universal energy, known as Chi, and restores the body's balancec

Traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture addresses a number of conditionsn These include eating disorders, respiratory disorders and circulatory imbalancese It is especially effective in dealing with chronic pains, especially backaches and migraines and to relieve stress and emotional duresss

Chinese medicine acupuncture can also be used in combination with modern medicinen It is especially effective in controlling side effects of harsh treatments (chemotherapy and radiation) and speeds up post-op recoveryr

Despite the use of needles, acupuncture is a pain free treatment; at the most you feel a tingling sensationo It ensures relief and speedy recovery almost no risk of side effectst Be sure to seek out a certified Chinese acupuncture center for your treatmentn

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