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What is Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine
The traditional Chinese Medicine is a system of diagnosis and healthcare approaches that has been used and diagnose, treat and prevent illness that has evolved over last 5,000 years.
Acupuncture is based on the recognition in that human beings are unique bio-energetic systems, driven by a vital life force. In the western, we call this force energy; oriental medicine defines it as "Qi" (Chi). Qi or energy flows along pathways in the body, as much as streams and rivers flow across the surface of the Earth. When the flow of Qi is obstructed by trauma, poor diet, stress, hereditary conditions, or emotional distress, pain or illness is the likely to result. Oriental medicine corrects this energy imbalance by eliminating the obstructions and restoring even flow of Qi, which in turn stimulates the body's natural ability to heal itself.
The body's pathway, throught which Qi flows, consist of networks of organs and
the neuro-muscular system. All of the networks and systems have a corresponding set of points and channels. Acupuncture points located in small depressions in the skin called "men" or "gates" where the channels come closed to steer the flow of Qi to the areas that need to be strengthened and heated.
How does Acupuncture work ?
Herbal Formulas is traditionally one of the more important treatment modalities utilized in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) Each herbal medicine prescription is a cooktail of many herbs tailored to the individual patient. The practitioner usually designs a remedy using one or two main ingredients that target the illness.
Oriental Medicine promotes the body's natural ability to heal itself, and it's often effective to treat chronic and stubborn disease. Acupuncture combined with herbal Formulas treatment can maintain health and cure disease by restoring the balance of the yin/Yang. It's specially effective in treating chronic and stubborn diseases, and maintaining health.