Acupuncture involves using fine, stainless steel needles at different points of the body to stimulate our natural channels of energy. It is believed to turn the body onto ‘repair mode’ where it helps calm the nervous system and enable it to better heal itself.
Some people prefer Japanese acupuncture for its gentler stimulation that is due to the use of much thinner needles.
For the best, long-lasting results, acupuncture should be performed regularly, and not only when you are experiencing pain and/or discomfort. Note that following https://taoacupuncture.com.au acupuncture, you may encounter temporary blemishes on the skin on the areas where the treatment has been performed – this discolouration usually subsides within minutes.
Acupuncture has a long and well-documented history of treating Chronic Pain in China and more recently has even been accredited and verified by several medical studies in the West as being an effective treatment for chronic pain.
There are alternative forms of acupuncture specifically for promoting fertility and assisting your efforts to have a child.
Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine practice that stimulate the body’s meridians along certain points.
Acupuncture has a long history of treating chronic pain in China and this has been recently accredited by western medical studies.