ACUPUNCTURE

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ACUPUNCTURE

Acupuncture has many endless miracles and it is a puzzle for western practitioners.The fact is that,any one is interested can easily understand Acupuncture, but it is very complicated for unfaith brains. It is good to experience Acupuncture other than simple understanding .There are limitations in treating the ailments ,but the feedback is maximum good.Acupuncture is a mega therapy having many of other departments within, as each has some speciality. Acupuncture and Moxibustion are one of most ancient techniques of chinese medicine.The world health organisation at the last Interregional Seminar,Beijing 1979,drew up the following provisional list of disorders that lend themselves to Acupuncture treatment.The list is based on clinical experience (and not necessarily based on controlled research).

UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT:

    •  Acute Sinusitis
    • Acute Rhinitis
    • Common Cold
    • Acute Tonsillitis

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM:

    • Acute Bronchitis
    • Bronchial Asthma

DISORDERS OF THE MOUTH:

    • Tooth Ache,post extraction pain
    • Gingivitis
    • Acute and Chronic Pharyngitis

DISORDERS OF THE EYE:

    • Acute Conjunctivitis
    • Central Rhinitis
    • Myopia(in children)
    • Cataract(without complication)

GASTRO–INTESTINAL DISORDERS:

    • Spasms of the Oesophagus and cardia
    • Hiccough
    • Gastroptosis
    • Acute and Chronic Gastritis
    • Gastric hyperacidity
    • Chronic Duodenal ulcer(pain relief)
    • Acute duodenal Ulcer(without Complications)
    • Acute and Chronic Colitis
    • Acute Bacilliary dysentery
    • Constipation
    • Diarrhoea
    • Paralytic Ileus

NEUROLOGICAL AND MUSCULO-SKELATAL DISORDERS:

    • Head ache and Migrane
    • Trigeminal Neuralgia
    • Facial palsy(early stage i.e .,within three to six months)
    • Paresis following a stroke
    • Sequela of Poliomyelitis(early stage i.e .within six months)
    • Meinere's disease
    • Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction
    • Nocturnal Enuresis
    • Intercostal Neuralgia
    • Cervicobrachial Syndrome
    • "Frozen Shoulder","Tennis Elbow"
    • Sciatica
    • Low-back Pain
    • Osteoarthritis

HUANG DI-FATHER OF ACUPUNCTURE

HUANG DI-FATHER OF ACUPUNCTURE

HISTORY – 35,000 YEARS OLD

HISTORY – 35,000 YEARS OLD

ACUPUNCTURE – A NON MEDICINE TREATMENT

ACUPUNCTURE – A NON MEDICINE TREATMENT

ACUPUNCTURE – A NON MEDICINE TREATMENT

ACUPUNCTURE – A NON MEDICINE TREATMENT

MERIDIANS AND ACUPUNCTURE POINTS

MERIDIANS AND ACUPUNCTURE POINTS

ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLES

ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLES

ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLES

ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLES

Yin-Yang Theory

Yin-Yang Theory

THEORIES OF ACUPUNCTURE - FIVE ELEMENT THEORY

THEORIES OF ACUPUNCTURE - FIVE ELEMENT THEORY

THEORIES OF ACUPUNCTURE - ORGAN CLOCK THEORY

THEORIES OF ACUPUNCTURE - ORGAN CLOCK THEORY

SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

SU JOK ACUPUNCTURE

SU JOK ACUPUNCTURE

COSMETIC ACUPUNCTURE

COSMETIC ACUPUNCTURE
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