Alongside herbal medicine, dietics and Tui Na, acupuncture is an important constituent of Chinese medicine (TCM). Acupuncture has developed over 2500 years, mainly in China, Japan, and Taiwan. Although the effects of acupuncture were recently scientifically proven, it still constitutes an alternative medicine.
The system of traditional Chinese medicine is continually developed via the precise observation of healthy and ill people. Defined acupuncture points led to the discovery of energy channels on the human body, which could influence bodies’ biological processes amazingly effectively.
Applying very thin needles to specific acupuncture points can ease and heal acute and chronic complaints, pains and illnesses. It revives movement and harmonises organ function.
Acupuncture can effectively treat migraines, allergies, asthma, organic illness and complaints, and musculoskeletal system discomfort.
Patients must undergo a comprehensive anamnesis and pulse and tongue diagnosis before they are given acupuncture treatment. Should you have any further questions about acupuncture, please contact me!
Acupuncture has no side effects and it can be performed in tandem with other naturopathic treatments.