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Boca Raton Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient form of alternative medical practice and a major component of traditional Chinese medical practice in which thin, sterile needles are inserted directly into the human body. Acupuncture is also a pseudo-science, the concepts and beliefs of TCM are no based on solid scientific evidence, and acupuncture has often been described as quackery. Despite these negative remarks, acupuncture continues to grow in popularity in western countries. In recent years there has been a surge in the number of people who seek acupuncture treatment. Premier Therapy Solutions is one of the leading Boca Raton Acupuncture Centers in South Florida.

Premier Therapy Solutions is committed to providing individuals with the highest quality of rehabilitation services. Our clinic is dedicated to assisting individuals in achieving their maximum level of physical function and provides comprehensive, community-based rehabilitation services. Comprehensive services are an integral part of the total rehabilitation continuum.

Acupuncture can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, asthma, arthritis, and indigestion. The insertion of the needles is usually part of a clinical acupuncture session. During this time a licensed acupuncturist will apply pressure to specific points on the body to alleviate discomfort and treat conditions. Some of the main types of acupuncture include:

Acupuncture is thought to derive its healing properties from traditional Chinese medicine. The theory of traditional Chinese medicine holds that energy or “qi” flows through channels called meridians. Meridians are connected in a network called the Qi. By inserting needles into these connected channels, they are believed to draw the Qi back to the origin and correct the problems. According to traditional Chinese medicine, if the Qi flows properly it can carry positive energy and help restore health.

In the West, acupuncture has sometimes been confused with electric shock therapy. Electric shock treatments use a low-level laser to deliver high voltage electric shocks to the skin, which is believed to trigger the release of chemicals that either painlessly relaxes the muscles or block pain signals. Acupuncture, on the other hand, does not use a high voltage laser or other high levels of electrical current, but it does involve the application of pressure to specific points on the body to alleviate pain and treat various conditions.

The main reason why acupuncture is considered by some to be better than more mainstream forms of treatment is that there are few or no side effects. Traditional Chinese Medicine has avoided using harsh drugs like pain relievers or steroids in acupuncture. Acupuncture treatments do not typically cause any serious side effects. Many patients who have undergone acupuncture treatments have described the procedure as nothing more than a casual non-medical treatment.

Acupuncture requires a bit of practice to master. When a practitioner conducts an acupuncture session, he or she will generally use a light touch on the skin to insert the needles without puncturing the skin. Some therapists claim that by placing more pressure during the procedure, the practitioner can get deeper into the tissues and actually find the acupuncture points where the body was sealed by bad Qi. To further increase the effectiveness of the acupuncture session, practitioners may swipe the needles backward and forward over the same area several times to further increase the effectiveness of the treatment. Call today if you need more information about our Boca Raton Acupuncture Center at Premier Therapy Solutions. 561-672-7613

Boca Raton Acupuncture

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