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Acupuncture - Natural Healing Centre Blacktown
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Acupuncture (a university qualification similar to a Doctor) is the ancient Chinese healing art based on the study of bringing the bodies energies together to stimulate a process of healing and wellbeing, so if the body is able to heal itself from something, it will do it far more quickly and efficiently with the intervention and stimulation provided by acupuncture, by insertion of very fine needles in to certain points on the skin of the human body, these energies can be stimulated.

It is used for virtually any imaginable condition or illness you could think of, it helps the body’s natural healing processes to work better, it’s like putting a turbo or super charger on the engine of your car, e.g. it can stimulate organs to work better – liver kidney etc. it can also enhance performance, recovery from injury or illnesses.

There are three types of acupuncture:

  1. Traditional (thousands of years old – balances energies for improved health)
  2. Analgesic (pain management can involve the use of electronics)
  3. Tried and Proven Points (symptomatics) e.g. they are well known and documented acupuncture points known to give certain desired outcomes ( these are mostly used by practitioners with little or not much training in Acupuncture e.g. people who only do a short course as an add-on to their existing practice or circumstance, and may include sports coaches who practice dry needling, physiotherapists and GP’s.