Acupuncture Treatment

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine in which thin needles are inserted into the body. It is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). TCM theory and practice are not based upon scientific knowledge, and acupuncture is a pseudo science. There is a diverse range of acupuncture theories based on different philosophies and techniques vary depending on the country. The method used in TCM is likely the most widespread in the United States It is most often used for pain relief, though it is also used for a wide range of other conditions. Acupuncture is generally used only in combination with other forms of treatment.

History Of Acupuncture

The theory and practice of acupuncture originated in China. It was first mentioned and recorded in documents dating a few hundred years before the Common Era.

Earlier instead of needles sharpened stones and long sharp bones were used around 6000 BCE for acupuncture treatment. These instruments could also have been used for simple surgical procedures like lancing an abscess etc.

Acupuncture theory believes that this qi moves throughout the body along 12 main channels known as meridians. These meridians represent the major organs and functions of the body. These meridians however do not follow the exact pathways of nerves or blood flow.

Health Benefits of Acupuncture

  • Reduces Chronic Pain.
  • Treats Arthritis.
  • Relieves Migraines.
  • Prevents Nausea & Vomiting.
  • Treats Anxiety.
  • Reduces Insomnia.
  • Minimizes Heartburn & Indigestion.

Methods of Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture is the practice of inserting needles into the superficial skin, subcutaneous tissue, and muscles at particular acupuncture points and manipulating them.In TCM, there are as many as 2,000 acupuncture points on the human body that are connected by 12 main meridians. These meridians conduct energy, or “Qi,” between the surface of the body and its internal organs.

Acupuncture is believed to keep the balance between Yin and Yang, thus allowing for the normal flow of “Qi” throughout the body and restoring health to the mind and body.

Tui na (a combination of massage, acupressure, and other forms of body manipulation) is a form of Asian bodywork therapy that has been used in China for centuries. In a typical tui na session, the patient remains clothed and sits on a chair. The practitioner will ask a series of questions and then begin treatment. The type of massage delivered by a tui na practitioner can be quite vigorous at times. Practitioners may use herbal compresses, ointments, and heat to enhance these techniques. Tui na is best suited for treating chronic pain and musculoskeletal conditions.

Cupping is a type of Chinese massage, consisting of placing several glass or plastic “cups” (open spheres) on the body. TCM practitioners warm the cups using a cotton ball or other flammable substance, which is then placed inside the cup to remove all the oxygen. The practitioner then removes the substance and places the cup against the skin. The air in the cup then cools, creating lower pressure inside the cup, creating a vacuum and allowing the cup to stick to the skin. Fleshy sites on the body, such as the back and stomach, are the preferred sites for treatment. Scraping, or “Gua Sha,” is a folk medicine technique that uses pieces of smooth jade, bone, animal tusks, horns, or smooth stones to scrape along the skin to release obstruction and toxins that are trapped at the surface of the skin. The scraping is done until red spots then bruising cover the treatment area.

Moxibustion is a therapy that involves burning moxa (mugwort root) made from dried Artimesia vulgaris (spongy herb) to facilitate healing. Burning moxa produces a great deal of smoke and a pungent odor that often is confused with that of cannabis. The purpose of moxibustion is to warm and invigorate the blood, stimulate the flow of Qi, strengthen the kidney Yang, expel wind and disperse cold, and dissolve stagnation. Historically, this therapy had been used to treat menstrual pain.

Major Theory

Organ Clock Theory

The 12 organs in our body are owning 2 hours in a day according to the relevant time of the organ clock. In traditional Chinese medicine, diagnosis and treatment are based on the dynamic theory

Five Element Theory

Wood, fire, water, metal and earth, which contain their own specific characteristics and properties .Today, the five elements theory is still used as a tool for grouping objects.

Yin Yang Theory

Yin yang theory is a kind of logic, which views things in relation to its whole. The theory is based on two basic components: yin and yang, which are neither materials nor energy.

Tri Origin Theory

The TrioriginTheory makes it possible to answer all fundamental questions and issues sensibly and logically. Underlying the theory is the philosophical assumption that behind every creation

Mother Son Law

MotherSon rule This states that if one tonifies the Mother, the Son automatically is tonified. If one sedates the Mother, the Sonautomatically is sedated.

Zan Fu Theory

Yin yang theory is a kind of logic, which views things in relation to its whole. The theory is based on two basic components: yin and yang, which are neither materials nor energy.

Jing Luo Theory

Jing Luo are the main channels of communication and energy distribution in the body. The Jing Luo are more external (more Yang) than the Zang Fu Organs

Twelve Organ Theory

There are twelve main meridians, or invisible channels, throughout the body with Qi or energy flows. Each limb is traversed by six channels

Zero Pt, Cold Pt, Heat Pt, Wind Pt

Hot and Cold, two of the most important divisions in Chinese medicine, but not as easy to understand as you’d imagine Heat and Cold explains many modern health conditions arising from internal weakness.

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