Acupuncture For Facial Rejuvenation

Chinese Medicine has cultivated the intertwining of beauty, spirit & longevity for thousands of years. Cosmetic acupuncture was performed on the Empresses and Emperor’s concubines and today is an effective, painless, non-surgical method of reducing the signs of the aging process.  

When acupuncture needles are inserted into the skin a micro trauma occurs causing white and red blood cells, and collagen to form (part of the natural inflammatory resonse) which can diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Rfv


Based on the ancient wisdom of China and using the four treatment modalities of healing including acupuncture, gua sha, tuina and moxibustion this treatment has the effect of diminishing the fine lines and wrinkles revitalizing the face, improving circulation, hydration, cellular rejuvenation, oxygenation, collagen and elastin production.

It is cost effective, safe, non-invasive, and virtually free of side effects, no trauma or recovery time and no risk of disfigurement.

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Acupuncture for Addictions and Detox

The National Acupuncture Detoxifiation Association (NADA) auricular acupuncture protocol is used around the world to help people deal with and recover from a substance abuse.

The NADA protocol has been shown in a variety of clinical settings to be beneficial in the process of detoxification from substance abuse as well as to help with the emotional, physical and psychological attributes involved in addictions. The protocol, in contast with much of Chinese medicine, involves no diagnosis and is usually not modified in any way.

At five designated earpoints in each auricle (outer ear), NADA-trained clinicians apply ultra-fine, sterilized, one-time use stainless steel needles just under the skin where they remain for up to an hour while the patient relaxes quietly in a comfortable chair.

Among the benefits reported by patients and clinitians there is a reduction in cravings, anxiety, sleep patterns disturbance and need for pharmaceuticals drugs.

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Acupuncture for Pain

Acupuncture is extremely effective in treating any kind of pain as it stimulates the secretions of endorphins in the body. Endorphins are natural body's pain killers. Acupuncture works by generating a competing stimulus to pain signals in the brain and effectively interrupting the neurotransmission of the pain signal from reaching the brain. Acupuncture has the effect of constricting or dilating blood vessels and to increase the release of vasodilators such as histamine which can be used to treat both pain and swelling in an effective way without the use of any drug.

Conditions such as arthritis, low back pain, sciatica, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, carpal tunnel, migranes and PMS can succesfully be treated with acupuncture.

Acupuncture raises levels of specific hormones, prostaglandins, white blood cells, gamma globulins, and overall anti-body levels. This is why acupuncture can treat disorders relating to immune deficiencies such as colds and flu.

The levels of serotonin and noradrenaline are also affected by acupuncutre. Low levels of serotonin are linked to sugar cravings, depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders, and addictions; this is why acupuncture is so effective for weight-loss, mood disorders and addictions of all kinds.

Acupuncture for Weight Loss

Traditional Chinese medicine has a holistic and natural approach to weight loss which contributes to the overall health improvement. In this technique the acupuncture needles help to reduce fatty tissue by stimulating the digestive system, increasing the metabolism and stimulating parts of the brain that control the appetite thus creating the feeling of fullness at the beginning of the meal.

The electrical stimulation of acupuncture points is applied in this treatment, including the moxibustion.

Acupuncture for Stress

In Chinese medicine The Mind (Shen) is one of the vital substances of the body. It is the most subtle and non-material type of Qi. Shen indicates the activity of thinking, consciousness, self-identity, insight and memory, all of which depend on and “reside” in the Heart. Translated as “Mind”.

Chinese medicine is the close integration of body and Mind which is highlighted by the integration of the three Vital Substances which are the Essence or Jing, the Qi and the Mind or Shen; these are called the “Three Treasures”.

These Three Treasures represent three different states of condensation or aggregation of Qi, the Essence being the densest, Qi the more rarefied, and the Mind the most subtle and non-material. The activity of the Mind relies on both the Essence and the Qi as its fundamental basis.

The state of the Mind in turn affects Qi and Essence. If the Mind is disturbed by emotional stress, becoming unhappy, depressed, anxious or unstable, it will definitely affect Qi and/or the Essence. Since all emotional stress upsets the normal functioning of the Qi, in most cases it will affect Qi first. Emotional stress will tend to weaken the Essence, either when it is combined with overwork and/or excessive sexual activity, or when the Fire generated by long-term emotional tensions injures the Yin and Essence. 

Acupuncture has a calming effect on the nervous system, by reducing levels of adrenaline and increasing serotonin, which is why after the acupuncture treatment we leave feeling well and relaxed.

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