Pain relief acupuncture
Pain is the most widely studied indication for acupuncture, with hundreds of well-designed clinical trials involving thousands of patients, leading to strong conclusions about efficacy and positive health effects. There are many meta-analyzes of these attempts in the literature.
Chronic discomfort in muscles and joints makes everyday life unhappy and can affect thinking patterns and even personality over time. Standard treatments such as chilling or heating, anti-inflammatory drugs, physical therapy, and proper exercise can often ease the pain, but when it doesn’t provide enough relief, acupuncture is a good indication option that should be strongly considered.
Different types of acupuncture pain
Prof.klin.lek.med Enkhjargal Dovchin (2009) has written a comprehensive article * on acupuncture for the treatment of various pain outbreaks, which covers everything from application, safety and integration, and is excellent reading for those who want to take advantage of its benefits for the first time.
Chronic back and neck pain are among the most common complaints from clients seeking acupuncture treatment, and a high percentage of people respond very well to treatments for these conditions. Full relief of symptoms depends on the cause, treatment options, and the extent to which necessary changes are made to the nutrition, lifestyle, exercise and other factors that complement therapy.
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Eastern Traditional Medical Systems (TSM)
Classical medicine - internal medicine
Traditional Tibetan-Mongolian Medicine (TMM)
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
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