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WHAT IS ACUPUNCTURE?

Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points shown as effective in the treatment of specific health problems. These points have been mapped by the Chinese over a period of two thousand years. Recently, electromagnetic research has confirmed their locations.

ORIGIN OF ACUPUNCTURE

Acupuncture is an ancient Oriental healing art that predates historical records. As many as 5,000 years ago, according to authorities, the Chinese noticed that pain could be relieved when they rubbed stones against their bodies. It was also discovered that some soldiers wounded by arrows recovered from long suffered illness. This collection of ideas led to the principle that needles inserted into various points of the body, when manipulated, could eliminate many diseases. This can be said to be the beginning of acupuncture. The earliest record of an effective cure through acupuncture treatment, is that Pien Chue of the Warring states period (475-221- B.C.) applied acupuncture to revive a dying prince already in a coma......

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HOW DOES ACUPUNCTURE WORK?

Acupuncture consists of inserting and manipulating needles into the body at specific points along meridians. Meridians are pathways in which energy flows through the entire body. (Contrary to popular belief, meridians are not nerves.)  They are linked to each other, to internal organs, to various connecting tissues of the body, the skin and even to the outside layer of the body (the aura layer).  Acupuncture points work like the control knob or switch on a sophisticated piece of electrical equipment. When stimulated, they produce a more effective reflex action, which sends a message to the related inner organ, nerves, and muscles along the meridian, to awaken and generate the healing mechanisms within the body, which provide the acupuncturist and Oriental medicine doctor with easy access to the internal organs without surgery. Without meridian and energy balance, natural healing or good health is not possible.

IS ACUPUNCTURE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE?

Acupuncture is a safe therapy. Nothing is injected into the body through needles. It is not addictive or toxic, and it has no adverse side effects. Because of transmittable diseases such as "AIDS" and "Hepatitis B Virus", there has been a growing concern by the general public as to the possible risk of contamination. It is important to note that with modern sterilization techniques and the availability of disposable needles, it is virtually impossible to contract such communicable diseases through acupuncture procedure. The ailments that have been successfully treated by Acupuncture are as follows: painful disorders of the musculoskeletal system and stiffness or pain in neck, shoulder, back, knee, elbow, ankle, and wrist. Acupuncture is also effective in the disorders of visceral muscle spasm such as abdominalgia with diarrhea or constipation. Other conditions frequently alleviated or improved by Acupuncture treatment are headache, migraine, hyper or hypotension, hyper or hypoglycemia, acute or chronic arthritis, bronchitis, asthma, insomnia, dysmenorrhea, PMS, ulcers or inflammations of internal organs, anemia, dizziness, tinnitus, allergy, edema, mental and physical stress, etc... and most medical problems that do not respond to medical or drug treatments. Also, new techniques are said to be effective in relieving paralysis following cardiovascular accidents or stroke. Acupuncture is effective in eliminating addiction to drugs, tobacco, and can aide in weight reduction.

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BENEFIT AND DURATION OF ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENTS

Numerous diseases of physiological origin can be alleviated or cured by Acupuncture. The number of treatments required varies with the severity of the ailment, and many cases of infectious diseases have been reported to respond well to Acupuncture treatments. The duration of healing begins at the time of first treatment. Patients may experience ups and downs or changing symptoms during the course of complete recovery. Some patients who feel better after the first few treatments think they are well and neglect continuing therapy; however, being symptoms free is not the same as being problem free. Adversely some patients who do not notice results immediately after only a few treatments, get discouraged and give up without allowing the therapy to offer its full potential to the body's healing ability.

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