ABC of Acupuncture

First and foremost, Acupuncture is a well-known alternative to mainstream medicine that originated from China.

It is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine that dates back thousands of years, and is a widely accepted alternative form of medicine in the Western healthcare industry.

Today, it is widely used to treat different specific ailments

such as chronic back ache and headaches, osteoarthritis, postoperative pain and vomiting, allergies, cancer-related conditions, stroke, and even infertility.

It is a common substitute for patients that are looking for less aggressive types of treatment, but is not recommended to be used as the primary treatment in any kind of ABC Of Acupuncture – A illness. Most places that practice acupuncture are found in the US, UK, and Asia, and are mostly done by private practitioners.

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Introduction – What Is Acupuncture?

  • How It Works
  • The Principles of Acupuncture

Chapter 1 – The History Of Acupuncture & How It Affects You

  • The Roots of Acupuncture
  • The Rise & Fall of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Acupuncture Today

Chapter 2 – The Concepts Of Qi & Meridians

  • Zang-Fu Organs, Qi, and Meridians Defined
  • The Meridian Connection

Chapter 3 – Is Acupuncture Safe & Is It Right For Me?

  • Who are the best candidates for acupuncturee?

Chapter 4 – Conditions That Can Be Treated With Acupuncture

  • Headaches
  • Seasonal Allergies
  • Mood Swing or Imbalances
  • Acid Reflux and Heartburn
  • Heart Problems
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Other Conditions and Disorders
  • Here are the health conditions determined by the WHO:

Chapter 5 – Acupuncture Techniques

  • Basic Needle Insertion
  • Acupuncture Techniques
  • Acupressure
  • Moxabustion and Cupping

Chapter 6 – Things To Consider Before Getting Treatment

Chapter 7 – After Treatment…Now What?

  • Right After Treatment
  • Normal Side Effects To Look Out For
  • Soreness & Fatigue
  • Mood Swings
  • Conclusion
  • Procedure for Needle Puncture
  • Conditions for Puncture Application
  • Expected Puncture Session Result