Acupuncture, a technique for physical therapy

This is where we insert thin needles into our bodies. It is an important component of traditional Chinese medicine


Although there isn’t any scientific evidence to support acupuncture’s effectiveness on the body, several researchers have shown that it can be very beneficial in a variety of situations.

  • nausea and vomiting
  • Dental pain
  • Headaches include tension headaches, migraines, and tension headaches.
  • Questions pertaining to labor
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Allergy rhinitis, a condition that causes respiratory problems, is an example.
  • Muscle pain
  • Muscle knots
  • Post-cancer and cancer treatment effects
  • Facial nerve dysfunction and pain
  • Immune system ailments
  • Sexual issues
  • Irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Hot flashes and menopause
  • Repetitive strain disorders, overuse syndrome.

350 points in the body can be used to achieve the different aims of acupuncture


During your first appointment, an expert physical therapist/acupuncturist will ask you questions. He will then examine the area that needs acupuncture. The pre-screening will include checking pulse and anemia and asking questions about the patient’s pregnancy, pacemaker, or checking for any other health issues.

The physical therapist will then insert needles into the skin at different points and depths, depending on which part of the body they are treating. The needles are disposable and stay in the body for approximately 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the condition.

What should you expect?

Although there is not much scientific evidence to explain how acupuncture works, many types of research have been done on patients who have received acupuncture treatment and those who have experienced benefits. The needles stimulate the body in a beneficial way.

  • Effectively respond to illness
  • Natural chemicals and painkillers can reduce the symptoms of many diseases
  • Balanced energy throughout the body
  • Normalize neuromuscular and skeletal muscle functions.


This is a method of physical therapy that has been used in China for over 1000 years. It has been proven to have positive effects on the body and can be used to treat various illnesses. It is also believed to have a greater spiritual impact on the body than physical effects. Although it is a very effective technique for the mind and body, there are exceptions. It can be dangerous and could lead to serious consequences if it is not performed by a professional physical therapist.

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