Monday, January 19, 2009

Acupuncture Effective

Can Acupuncture Be Effective When Other Treatments Have Failed?

Absolutely! Acupuncture is considered complimentary forms of treatment. Each system of medicine has its own areas of greatest effectiveness. Acupuncture excels in those areas in which conventional medicine comes up short. From extensive research in both China and the West is that acupuncture has measurable effects on the autonomic nervous system, on vascular, on endocrine physiology and on brain chemistry including a variety of neurotransmitters. Chronic disease, pain control, and stress related disorders are three acupuncture and oriental medicineŠŐ» specialties.

Diseases responded with Acupuncture
Stroke, Bell Palsy, Carpal Tunnel, Slip Disc, Lumbago, Scitica, Migraine, Parkinson, Trigeminal Neuraligia, Fatigue, Diabetes, Hyperttension, Gout, Arthritis, Asthma, etc.

Does Acupuncture Hurt?

Acupuncture needles are extremely fine and made from stainless steel. Acupuncturists can attain a high level of skill in gently placing these tiny needles into skin with a minimum of discomfort. Most patients feel only mild sensation at insertion of the needle. There is no risk of infection from the treatment.

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