Balance your body with acupuncture.
At the heart of traditional Chinese medicine is the perception of life energy flows that move through the human body and can be corrected by placing small needles in specific areas of the skin called acupuncture points. In this way the flow of vital energy is restored and the body is helped to fight various diseases. The method of acupuncture has been used since ancient times. It has a holistic character and proven effectiveness. By its nature, it is a painless insertion of needles into various acupuncture points located on the human body. The combination of acupuncture points is determined by the therapist and depends on the patient’s complaints, as well as his general and current condition. Their number rarely exceeds twenty. Needles can be used to treat not only the painful area, but also distant areas associated with it. The therapeutic effect is achieved by staying with the needles for about 20 minutes.
The Acupuncture method is combined urgently with other therapies such as light therapy, laser therapy, therapeutic gymnastics.
Electroacupuncture is a type of acupuncture that uses a weak electric current to strengthen and expand the effect of classical acupuncture. It is based on the same principles of correcting the body’s energy field, and in addition to the effect of the needle in the acupuncture point, a weak and insensitive current is used.
The method is effective in all pain conditions. Very often such treatment is used in diseases of the musculoskeletal system of inflammatory, degenerative and traumatic nature.
The method uses the human auricle as a microsystem for diagnosis and treatment. After examination and diagnosis, needles or seeds are placed on the patient’s ear on certain areas, for which there is empirical evidence that they are related to a certain part or system of the human body. It can be used as a primary or concomitant method of treatment. In practice, it is often successfully combined with acupuncture. Auriculotherapy is quick and easy to apply, even in a non-clinical setting. It has a therapeutic effect in most musculoskeletal dysfunctions and neurological conditions.
Dry Needles is one of the most widely used techniques in the world of physiotherapy and rehabilitation to effectively deal with musculoskeletal injuries and pain. The technique itself uses thin acupuncture needles to penetrate the skin, fascia and muscles in order to deal with adhesions in the connective tissue and trigger points in the muscle. The piercing itself activates the recovery processes and reduces the pain by reflexively reducing the increased muscle tone and restoring the volume of movement in the joints.