Cairns Acupuncture – The Birth of needle treatments. Welcome to Cairns Acupuncturists!
Today acupuncturists use fine stainless steel needles ranging from 13mm to 130mm in legnth from 0.20mm to 0.25mm in diameter. The thicker needles are generally used for fleshy areas, such as the soles of the feet, and the finer ones for thin skin as on the face or arms.
Cairns Acupuncturists wants to let you know that – In the past few decades scientific studies have demonstrated that acupuncture can be helpful for various types of pain, headaches, period pain, low back pain, sprains and sciatica – as well as relieveing conditions including nausea, blood pressure problems and depression. Acupuncture can also be helpful following surgery to help restore normal qi flow and is widely used in traditional treatments for qi and blood stagnation and disordered qi movement.
Cairns Acupuncture – Medical reports from China also suggest significant success with stroke victims and in paralysis: in many of these cases acupuncture is likely to be only one aspect of treatmen, which will probably also include qi gong, massage and herbal remedies.Cairns AcupunctureMedical reports from China also suggest significant success with stroke victims and in paralysis: in many of these cases acupuncture is likely to be only one aspect of treatmen, which will probably also include qi gong, massage and herbal remedies.
Cairns Acupuncturists use Acupuncture points. There are around 361 acu-points and are defined along 12 primary channels and the two most important secondary channels, the Governing vessel (Du mai) and the conception vessel (Ren Mai). Each of these points has its own Chinese name but they are also referred to using a standard number for each of the points.
Points are also defined in terms of distance from each other or from significant landmarks on the body.
Aches and Pains
One of the most popular points fro treating headaches, found midway between the inner edges of the eyebrows. It is used to calm the spirit and treat insomnia, anxiety and stress as well as sinus problems.
please book online for an appointment at www.cairnsmassage.net.au and put acupuncture in the notes section.
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