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Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine for Your Health

Traditional Chinese acupuncture is the most common form of acupuncture practiced around the world today. The earliest record of acupuncture is from a 4,700 year old Chinese text called the Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine. Although it’s the first written record of the practice, acupuncture had been taught for many years prior by Shen Nung, the father of Chinese Medicine.
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Auricular Acupuncture- How Does It Work?

Auricular acupuncture is, simply put, applying acupuncture to only the ears of a person. By limiting acupuncture to the ears only, auricular acupuncturists can improve results and make patients feel more comfortable. For some people, using needles on other parts of their bodies is uncomfortable. Auricular acupuncture offers a pleasurable alternative to get the help that they need.

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Korean Acupuncture

Korean Acupuncture is a subcategory of acupuncture that has unique applications. This form of acupuncture has a big emphasis on the five elements theory and taking into account a person’s body type and constitution. Most notably, majority of Korean acupuncturists focus on hand therapy.

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Japanese Style Acupuncture

Japanese acupuncture has been around since the 6th century, when the practice migrated over from China. Although the foundations of Chinese and Japanese acupuncture are essentially the same, there have been subtle changes in the theory and technique.

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Trigger Point Therapeutic Treatments

Trigger point therapy is a muscular therapy that many acupuncturists, massage therapists and physical therapists use in order to treat pain. Trigger points are specific areas in your muscles where you feel stabbing pain, weakness, tingling or aching pain. The pain from trigger points can be localized or affect the entire muscle. Trigger point therapy aims to help you relieve the current pain and prevent future pain.
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Five Element Acupuncture

Classical five element acupuncture has been part of traditional Chinese medicine since its beginning. These elements are wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Everything in the natural world, including your body, is made up of a combination of these five elements, and in order to have good health, you need to have these elements in balance. By using five element acupuncture your practitioner can help you achieve the balance that you need and allow for a free flow of Qi throughout your body.

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