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  • Trigger point Acupuncture

    Dry Needling Trigger Point Acupuncture Trigg er poin t acupuncture is a more aggressive, direct manipulation of muscular tightness (knots) - known as trigger points. It seeks to generate repeated, involuntary twitching from the suspect muscle or muscle...

  • Acupuncture research and the World Health Organisation.

    with acupuncture, the majority of the reports suggest that acupuncture is effective and that the effect is related to the points used. While bronchial asthma is not cured by acupuncture, it may be substantially relieved, at least for short periods of...

  • Menopause and Cosmetic Acupuncture

    According to women's seven year Jing cycles, the fifth cycle beginning at age 35 marks the start of decline of Jing. At this point Women's self-care becomes increasingly important. Tonics such as Ren Shen (Ginseng Radix) and Ling Zhi (Ganoderma), should...

  • Moxibustion

    called àiróng ( 艾絨 , literally "velvet of ai"). Theory and practice Practitioners use moxa to warm regions and acupuncture points with the intention of stimulating circulation through the points and inducing a smoother flow of blood and qi . moxibustion...

  • Ear Acupuncture in Torbay

    Needles applied to points in the ear Auricular Acupuncture There is debate as to whether Auricular Acupuncture was invented by the Chinese or the French. Their charts are slightly different but, despite this debate it is a very useful form of...


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