Acupuncture helps to treat a broad range of symptoms and conditions of the human body, be they physical, mental or emotional. Some varied examples of the types of conditions that acupuncture can help with include sleep difficulties, anxiety and stress, headaches and migraine, all types of musculoskeletal pain, digestive problems, depression, fertility, skin complaints, menopausal symptoms, women’s and men’s health, fatigue, back pain and general wellbeing.
has been proven to help with all manner of health issues, from specific health problems or symptoms such as fertility issues, to the reduction of stress and anxiety levels, and commonly, simply to improve general health and wellbeing.
Acupuncture’s particular strength is that it can help with health issues that have no definite or conventional medical diagnosis, often in tandem with other treatments such as naturopathy and remedial massage. Physical, mental and emotional complaints are all treatable, and an indication of acupuncture’s ability to see not just the presenting complaint, but the person’s health holistically. Acupuncture treatment targets the root cause of conditions, rather than targeting symptoms in isolation. To reiterate, it is effective for a wide gamut of acute and chronic problems.
Good practitioners of Chinese and Japanese acupuncture will take an in-depth look at a person’s health issues and all aspects of their life. Emotional health can have considerable effect on your lifestyle, work and relationships which in-turn can affect your physical health. Treatment programs are often created for a wide variety of musculo-skeletal, digestive and stress-related issues. Treatments are best delivered in relaxing, therapeutic and refined environments.
Acupuncture also has marked success in the treatment of fertility issues and in support of IVF treatments. Patients typically require support during IVF and ICSI, and also for help to conceive naturally and for continued support during pregnancy.
It is pertinent to note that acupuncture has been used for centuries and in support of modern medical advances, many people still turn to it for help.
As a natural form of healing acupuncture works towards ‘functional balance’ and a place where the body can engage in its healing response to the maximum that nature allows. Engaging with the body and mind holistically is the strength of acupuncture. Known as a safe, effective and drug free practice for the treatment of most non-emergency conditions, the practice of acupuncture is based on a theory of health through balance. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine are uniquely capable of diagnosing and treating the imbalances that cause disease and the related symptoms.
With treatments focused on the root of the imbalance and not just the symptoms or disease, Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can treat an enormously wide range of conditions. In addition to relieving pain and strengthening organ systems of our bodies, it also helps to maintain health and wellness.