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Welcome to Acupuncture Dublin. The services await you follow below in detail for your ease of understanding.
It is basically a traditional treatment coming from China. The treatment is associated with needles. That’s to say your acupuncturist will insert a number of needles into your back. No, you won’t get hurt or bleed a bit in the whole procedure.
According to a report of WHO, acupuncture is simply impeccable in treating the following physical conditions: blood pressure, nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy, some gastric conditions, painful periods, allergic rhinitis, dysentery, morning sickness, facial pain, rheumatoid arthritis, tennis elbow, sprains, dental pain, sciatica, risk of stroke and many more.
Sometimes referred to as acupuncture facelift or facial rejuvenation, cosmetic acupuncture helps you fight against the aging process. This eventually improves your skin. It is claimed that the therapy reduces wrinkles, diminishes fine lines, removes age spots and lifts droopy eyelids.
In guasha, a therapist first of all pours massage oil on your skin and then scrapes the skin using a short or a long stroke to invigorate microcirculation of the soft tissues. This results in increasing blood flow.
The therapy is usually performed on arms, legs, back, neck and buttocks. But, a mild version of it can be performed on your face as a facial therapy.
The treatment helps your body to give a tough fight to Hepatitis B, Migraine headaches, Breast engorgement, Neck pain, Tourette syndrome and Premenopausal syndrome.
Auricular acupuncture, simply known as ear acupuncture is a branch of acupuncture treatment in which needles are inserted at some specific points of the outer part of any of your ears to bring pain and other symptoms under control.
Chinese herbal medicine
Not therapy, actually rather oral medication. Chinese herbal medicine has a worldwide name for its super effectiveness on the human body for treating almost all the ancient and modern day diseases.
Some of the most vital diseases that yield to Chinese herbal medicine are Chronic Hepatitis, Liver Cirrhosis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Constipation, Allergies, Osteoarthritis, Muscle Spasms, Menstrual Pain, Diabetes, Asthma, Eczema, Tension Headache, HIV, Prostate Cancer, Liver Cancer and Breast Cancer.
This Chinese physical therapy can be performed in two ways - direct or indirect to treat the following physical complexities: gastrointestinal issues, menstrual cramps, chronic pain of arthritis or joint or muscle, nausea induced by cancer, urinary incontinence, asthma symptoms, eczema, fatigue, cold and flu prevention etc.
In a direct moxibustion therapy a lighted moxa cone is left on your body just at the treatment point to burn slowly. It is removed when your skin becomes red or you begin to feel the burning heat.
On the contrary, in indirect moxibustion the lighted moxa doesn’t rest on your skin directly rather the therapist will hold it about an inch from your body. It is removed when your skin becomes red or you begin to feel the burning heat.
Another antique treatment method is cupping. In this treatment, a number of cups, which can be of glass or bamboo or earthenware or silicone are put on skin for several minutes. The purpose is to create suction to heal the followings: pain, blood flow, inflammation etc.
Electro acupuncture is a bit modified form of the original version of acupuncture and is designed to help boost up the potential soothing effects of the standard acupuncture.
In electro acupuncture treatment, a gentle electric current passes through two needles. This method has been proven for healing acute pain, arthritis and chemotherapy induced nausea.
Tui Na is a special body massaging therapy, which is aimed at healing the following physical ailments: neck and back pain, musculoskeletal disorders, premenstrual syndrome, fatigue and insomnia, carpal tunnel, headaches, arthritis, osteoporosis, stress, digestive conditions and respiratory conditions.
For Tui Na massage, your practitioner can adopt any of the eight techniques: palpating (mo), rejoining (jie), opposing (duan), lifting (ti), pressing (an), kneading (mo), pushing (tui) and holding (na).