Acupuncture

 

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese therapy that has been used for centuries with thousands of clinical research papers reporting its efficacy. At UCLA Medical School, where Dr Hanson Wong attended, the release of endorphins, which is a natural pain killer produce by the brain, has been found to be stimulated during acupuncture treatments. Further, the increase of production of ATP, the basic energy unit for cellular repair, has also been found to be augmented at the targeted treatment site.

Through years of experience and treatment improvement, Grace Life Medical Center is proud to provide the latest development in acupuncture medicine. The following conditions can be successfully treated with acupuncture:

Painful disorders like migraine headaches, neck and low back pain, sciatica, arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis. neuralgia.

Psychosomatic disorders like insomnia, fatigue, irritable bowel, menstrual irregularities, anxiety and depression.

Paresis and Paralysis disorders from stroke or neurological dysfunction.

  • Acupuncture (1997). NIH Consensus Statement Online, 15(5): 1–34 (1997 Nov 3–5).

  • Margolin A, et al. (2002). Acupuncture for the treatment of cocaine addiction. JAMA, 287(1): 55–63.

  • Kaptchuk TJ (2002). Acupuncture: Theory, efficacy, and practice. Annals of Internal Medicine, 136(5): 364–383.

Alternative Acupunture Methods:

Alternative way of providing acupuncture treatments are available at Grace Life through needleless acupunture, through low level laser, through infratonic QGM machine, and also through alpha-stimulation. Dr Wong also perform auricular therapy and acupuncture points injection.

A powerful way of perfoming bioenergetic medicine is through Homeopathic injections into acupuncture and auricular points.

The body’s system react to these injections much stronger than dry needling.

 

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