What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a healing method based on traditional Chinese medicine. It is a theoretical, complex and complete treatment system whose history is lost over the years. The history of acupuncture begins 4,000 years ago in China and 160 years ago in Europe. It is a complete and complex treatment technique, which is based on the painless placement of needles in clearly defined areas of the skin. Acupuncture aims to correct imbalances in the flow of qi by stimulating anatomical areas above or below the skin known as acupuncture points, most of which are connected by channels known as "meridians".
Why do acupuncture?
- t is a holistic medicine that enables the body to heal itself.
- It addresses the root of the problem, not just the symptom.
- It is painless in its application.
- Often more effective in treating chronic conditions than Western medicine.
- It is a natural healing method that supports the body, instead of invasive methods with drugs or surgery.
- It has been shown to help with fertility problems.
- It has an extremely low probability of side effects.
Still, a key reason is the safety of the treatment. The application of acupuncture is not a barrier to any medication or invasive treatment, on the contrary it can enhance the other western treatments.
- It works where medication fails to bring the desired results.
- It has results greater than 70%.
- Long lasting results (months or years).
- Limits symptoms and medication to chronic degenerative diseases.
- Cures acute or chronic pain.
- It stimulates and rejuvenates the body in general.
- It has a tolerable treatment cost.
What does Acupuncture cure?
It aims at the treatment of functional reversible symptoms, diseases and syndromes, resulting in the internal balance and self-organization of every living organism.
- Trigeminal neuralgia and facial nerve palsy
- Intercostal neuralgia
- Cervical pain of the spine
- Pain in the joints of the upper and lower limbs
- Athletic injuries
- Psychological instability
- Addictions (smoking, alcohol, substance use)
- Paralysis of upper and lower limbs
- Diseases with convulsions
- Meniere's syndrome
- N. Parkinson
- N. Alzheimer
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Myasthenia gravis
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract:
- Stomach and duodenal ulcer
- Enteritis and diarrhea
- N. Crohn
- Allergic rhinitis
- Vascular diseases
- Hypertension (idiopathic)
- Common cold
Hematological Diseases - Skin Diseases:
Diseases of the urogenital system:
- Birth deficit
- Gynecological disorders
- Menstrual and menopausal disorders
- Premature ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Anti-aging treatment
Effectiveness of Acupuncture
Acupuncture is not a panacea. It is applied alone or in combination with other modern therapeutic - diagnostic means. The specialized physiotherapist knows the limits and the effectiveness of each treatment he applies and can properly advise his patients.
Of course, compromises on patient safety are not meant. Depending on the diseases, the permanent results of the acupuncture treatment amount to 60-80%.