Acupuncture is an ancient system of healing that predates recorded history. According to its history, acupuncture practice began during the Stone Age when sharp-edged tools made of stones were used to puncture the skinand to deliver treatments such as the drainage of abscesses.

Acupuncture was first recorded in the ancient Chinese medical text Huang Di Nei Jing, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine. The concept was this ancient therapy was not solely that of treating diseases, but that of maintaining good health.

Acupuncture first emerged in China thousands of years ago. This is a remarkable technique to maintain and restore a person’s health and vitality. It is becoming more and more popular also in the West.

The practitioner will insert very fine, sterile, highly quality needles into acupuncture points around the body and will stimulate them to induce a slight sensation but not pain.

At the initial consultation, you can expect to discuss your current health as well as medical history by answering questions about your diet, lifestyle, and emotional and physical state.

The practitioner will feel for the quality of pulses on both wrists and will observe the tongue, as both are essential parts of every session.

At the time of every follow-up, the practitioner will update the information on your improvement.

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