Sunday, January 9, 2011
While acupuncture can involve a variety of treatment methods it is most closely and most often associated with the insertion of needles. The needles that are inserted are very thin, filiform (solid) and sterile. They are placed into selected and known points of the body where they promote a healing process and can relieve pain. Generally the insertion of these needles is painless, however every patient is different and some may experience a momentary discomfort. This usually passes quickly. Other normal sensations with the insertion of the needles includes a feeling of warmth, a dull aching or a tingling feeling at the site of the insertion or along the associated acupuncture meridian.
Jarum Akupunktur: Tusukan jarum akupunktur tidak meyakitkan. Jarum halus dan lembut di perbuat dari stainless still dan dipakai buang -