The 1997 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Conference on acupuncture stated, "The data in support of acupuncture is as strong as those for many Western medical therapies and the incidence of adverse effects is substantially lower than that of many drugs or other accepted medical procedures used for the same conditions."
The following is a partial list of conditions that the World Health Organization (WHO) and the NIH consider amenable to acupuncture treatment:
Acupuncture can work for you, even if you're not sure about its benefits. There have been many instances of animals receiving acupuncture and being healed, and we know that the placebo effect is not possible with animals.
• Common cold
• Back pain
• And so much more...
Other, more invasive health treatments like drugs and surgery can have negative health effects and can be very costly.
Acupuncture has been proven for centuries and is a holistic approach to health. Sometimes you will get treatment for a certain condition with acupuncture and find that your overall health has improved.
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Drugs and surgery often cause negative side effects and can also be quite expensive. Acupuncture is a cost-effective alternative that has proven itself effective over the course of centuries. It is “holistic”, meaning that the “whole” person is treated, both mind and body, not just isolated systems or parts of the body. When the energy of the body is balanced the body is empowered to heal itself. Treatments may have self limiting side effects, and many times a patient will receive acupuncture for one specific problem and find that because acupuncture treats the body as a whole system, a person often notices an overall improvement in health.
paralysis after stroke
irritable bowel syndrome
immune system tonification
induction of labor
low back pain