• An awareness for a healthy life with a medicine free treatment.
  • To provide an opportunityto heal your disease by yourself.
  • To train the Bread-winner and Home maker to keep their family free from diseases.
  • To reduce the cost of medical expenses.
  • Each and every villages to create an Acupuncture physician.
  • To create ample of opportunity through Acupunture treatment.
  • To train the physically challanged person to be an Acupuncture physician.
  • To fetch the future generation a treatment without medicine.
  • To make a new world without discrimination of caste, religion by the way of Acupuncture treatment.
  • With the help of acupuncture treatment to provide the complete resolution for paralizes,BP,sugar, genetic problem and so on.

Welcome to Acupuncture

     Acupuncture stimulates the nerves in skin and muscle, and can produce a variety of effects. We know that it increases the body's release of natural painkillers - endorphin and serotonin - in the pain pathways of both the spinal cord and the brain. This modifies the way pain signals are received.

     But acupuncture does much more than reduce pain, and has a beneficial effect on health. Patients often notice an improved sense of wellbeing after treatment.

     Modern research shows that acupuncture can affect most of the body's systems - the nervous system, muscle tone, hormone outputs, circulation, antibody production and allergic responses, as well as the respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems.

     The practitioner will assess each patient’s case and treatment will be tailored to the individual; so it is impossible to give more than a general idea of what treatment might involve. Typically, fine needles are inserted through the skin and left in position briefly, sometimes with manual or electrical stimulation. The number of needles varies but may be very few depending about the conditions.

     Treatment might be once a week to begin with, then at longer intervals as the condition responds. A typical course of treatment lasts for very few days.

Uses for acupuncture

     Taking the above into consideration, here are some of the ways in which acupuncture may be effective:

• Pain relief for a wide range of painful conditions. It is commonly used to treat musculoskeletal pain, for example - back, shoulder, neck and leg pain.

• It has been used successfully to treat headaches, migraines, trapped nerves, chronic muscle strains, sports injuries and various kinds of arthritic and rheumatic pain.

• Functional bowel or bladder problems such as IBS or even mild forms of incontinence.

• Menstrual and menopausal symptoms for example period pains and hot flushes.

• Some other skin problems such as rashes and ulcers, itching, and some forms of dermatitis.

• BP, Paralysis, Kidney and Gall Bladder stones.

• Sinus problems and Asthmas.

Acupuncture - Past, Present and Future

     In the past thirty years, because of the huge public interest in the subject, considerable scientific research on acupuncture has been carried out - although much remains to be done. We now know much more about how acupuncture works and some of the myths can be laid to rest. It is demonstrably untrue to say that the results of acupuncture are all in the mind.

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