Best of Chinese Medicine Blog: The Link Between Acupuncture And Chronic Illnesses

Acupuncture works, and it does so by re-tuning your body's hidden resources. It's not magic. The practitioner operates with strategically inserted needles at specific points of the body. This rebalances the body’s energy fields, stimulating its chi or Qi energy while at it. This way, the energy paths that are blocked are unblocked. After this, your immune system, your digestive system, your circulation and respiration will improve, thus allowing your body to work as it should. Simply put, restoring the chi’s energy pathways allow the body to relearn its own shortcuts to self-heal.

Chronic illnesses, energy paths and acupuncture

Acupuncture is a specially designed way to treat a number of ailments and is quite effective. It produces positive results and improvements in less time. According to its practitioners, it is an energy medicine and it can be used to treat over a thousand conditions, chronic illnesses included. 

Chronic illnesses that can benefit greatly from acupuncture include:

•    Lupus
•    Multiple sclerosis
•    depression
•    Fibromyalgia
•    Chronic fatigue syndrome

The above list is not all inclusive but consists of the main health problems that can benefit greatly from acupuncture. In traditional Chinese medicine, the doctor finds the cause of ailments rather than treating the symptoms. By unearthing the paths that are blocked and out of balance organs, an acupuncturist works to open the energy pathways, while at it rebalancing the patient’s chi (Qi).

Should you turn to acupuncture to help treat your illness?

Like mentioned above, acupuncture is a Chinese practice whose results are based on thousand of years of Chinese history. As such, it does help in bringing out better health results and improved quality of life. It is however important to realize that like in any other health condition, there is no sure-fire cure in chronic illnesses treatment. As a patient suffering from whichever health complications, it is up to you to seek out the right avenues of relief. Discuss in details any treatment options you are thinking of settling for with your main health care provider.

What kind of an acupuncturist should you settle for?

Like for all other health care providers, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners, acupuncturists included need to be carefully researched on or vetted before settling for any. Remember that all traditional Chinese medicine practitioners are not the same as some are better at what they do than the others. This said, the most experienced among them offer the best services in their field of specialization. Not only this, they are able to competently diagnose different health issues and complications and then offer tailor made treatments for each to patients who come calling. They have an innate ability to practice Chinese medicine to its fullest potential.

The best among the practitioners utilize unique strategies to diagnose diseases or ailments and then create specific herb formulas based on specific patient’s needs. This assures great success rates in whichever case is brought to them. The age of patients who comes calling for their special treatment services range from the very young to extremely elderly ones.

All in all, the right and thus best traditional Chinese medicine practitioners to settle for are the state licensed ones. These normally are members of traditional Chinese medicine associations, for instance World Acupuncture Organization. Not only this, they have relevant qualifications, for instance degrees in Eastern medicine and the likes that make them experts in their area of specialization.

Comments: 10 (Discussion closed)
  • #1

    Carl Mascoll (Tuesday, 05 April 2016 00:59)

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    Carl

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    herbal medicine (Friday, 22 July 2016 01:00)

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    Carmelina Crudo (Saturday, 23 July 2016 10:30)

    I have severe myofasial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia and am looking for spray and stretch therapy as I am immobilized by my myofasial pain caused from a severe neck injury....c6-c7 disetomy and bone fusion and subsequently PTSD, myofasial pain syndrome and severe fibromyalgia. I also had breast cancer and had a double mastectomy and full reconstructive surgery and my range of motion is limited. ...I have many mobility issues but I believe the myofasial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia are my biggest challenges. Can you help me?

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    Melanie thoms (Sunday, 11 September 2016 13:07)

    I suffer from trigemanal neuralgia I am on medicine since March every outher day I still get reminders it's there whenever I eat I'll get shocks to the right side of my face I want off medicine I want it to be gone what kind of therapy would I get for this and does this clinic except Ohio

  • #5

    Acupuncture Yarraville (Tuesday, 13 September 2016 02:25)

    Very interesting blog post,Thanks for the informative post provided.

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