ACUPUNCTURE
How it works

Improve blood circulation and remove pressure from specific area of the body

Releases biochemical

(Adenosine, Endorphin, Serotonin)

Balance homeostasis

A large number of systems work together to keep the body in balance, with the nervous and endocrine systems taking the lead. If the body becomes too hot, for example, part of the brain registers this and will activate the sweat glands to help lower the temperature; when it’s too cold, the muscles are activated, shivering to help generate heat. If blood pressure falls, a neurotransmitter called norepinephrine is released; this causes the blood vessels to constrict and increases the heart rate. This, in turn, causes blood pressure to rise. Other conditions in the body, like blood sugar levels and pH balance, are also monitored and adjusted when they fall outside of the ideal range.

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Treatable condition listed from WHO

Several years ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) published an official report listing 31 symptoms, conditions and diseases that have been shown in controlled trials to be treated effectively by Acupuncture.

Following is the list of conditions shown through controlled trials to be treated effectively by Acupuncture:

Low back pain
Neck Pain
Sciatica
Tennis elbow
Knee Pain
Sprains
Facial Pain (Inc TMJ)
Renal colic
Dental pain
Acute and Chronic Gastritis
Headache
Induction of Labor
Breech birth presentation
Morning sickness
Nausea and vomiting
Postoperative pain
Stroke
Essential hypertension
Primary hypotension
Leucopenia
Radiation/chemo reactions
Allergic rhinitis, hay fever
Biliary colic
Depression
Acute bacillary dysentery
Primary Dysmenorrhea
Acute epigastralgia
Peptic ulcer
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Relax the muscle

Muscle contractions such as isometric and isotonic contraction are developing muscle ischemia, periosteal irritation and release algogenic agents (histamine, kinins, prostaglandins) that induce pain in our body. Acupuncture treatment helps to relax the contracted muscle to remove pain.

Periarthritis of the shoulde
Rheumatoid arthritis