What is Electroacupuncture?
Electroacupuncture is related to traditional acupuncture for health as a part of Chinese medicine (TCM). Acupuncture involves using thin needles to stimulate specific bioactive points connected to meridians' susceptible energy body network. Electroacupuncture is a modified form that uses two needles in combination with a gentle and painless electric current.
How does Electroacupuncture work?
A mild current passes between these needles to create micro-constructions to facilitate muscle relaxation. It is an effective method combined with traditional acupuncture or cupping to stimulate a natural healing response and quicker treatment results.
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What can Electroacupuncture treat ?
Electroacupuncture is used in clinical practice to treat muscle rehabilitation, lower or upper back pain, knee injury, frozen shoulder, tension, chronic arthritis, stress, stroke or sports rehabilitation.
John uses the technique combined with manual manipulation of the treated area to facilitate further relaxation and alleviation of the pain on the site treated. In addition, he usually stimulates acupuncture points to speed up body response and enhance the treatment outcome. He also uses a painless electric current to stimulate specific acupuncture points on the ear during his ear acupuncture treatments.
The method affects different aspects of the body natural responses with a significant effect on the nervous and musculoskeletal systems.
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