acupuncture from Inner Rivers Oriental Medicine

By: Inner Rivers Oriental Medicine  01/09/2015
Keywords: Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Oriental Medicine

Acupuncture points are stimulated using needles, magnets, or finger pressure (shiatsu) to adjust the flow of qi (our body's life energy) and blood in the body. Acupuncture needles are extremely thin, about the diameter of a few strands of hair. Needle insertion is generally painless, and a dull sensation is sometimes felt as the needle reaches the body's qi. Needles are retained for 15-45 minutes, and most people experience a sense of relaxation, which can be expected to continue after the treatment. Needle placement and number vary with the person's individual condition. Magnets and non insertive tools are available for children and sensitive patients.

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