Reflexotherapy (acupuncture)

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Reflexotherapy (acupuncture)

Doctors of the East for several millennia been able to accumulate experimental data on the therapeutic use of acupuncture and moxibustion, who currently received a scientific explanation, based on the current understanding of the leading role of the nervous system in the regulation of the body.

At the same time for many years, in addition to traditional acupuncture and moxibustion, effectively used electroacupuncture, laser-acupuncture and other methods.

For the treatment of back pain and sciatica (nerve pain) and restore range of motion in the joints and muscles of the waist and legs ustronyaetsya using acupuncture.

With purposeful influence on group of points by methods of acupuncture, acupressure, acupuncture or run response of the body (reflex) inflicted on irritation.

This is a key mechanism in the treatment of the data for this procedure, as the body heals itself, reacting exactly as he needs it.

In this case, the affected part of the body is getting better blood flow, metabolism, improves recovery and normalize the overall general condition.

In the treatment of patients with facial nerve and trigeminal nerve neuritis acupuncture is very effective.


Indications for reflexology (acupuncture)

Indications for reflexology are symptoms of peripheral nerve and muscle in diseases of:

  • nervous system
  • cerebrovascular
  • spinal structures
  • articular apparatus
  • emotional sphere

In severe pain, for example, reduced their intensity, because sometimes even to cancer patients do not want to use narcotic analgesics, and reflexology is just one of the safest methods for the relief of pain symptoms.

In the treatment of pain in the neck and between the shoulder blades pain, restore range of motion in the joints and muscles of the lumbar accelerated by the use of acupuncture.

With paralysis and paresis of muscles and numbness of body parts application of this method leads to increased metabolism in the affected nerve tissue is an active regeneration process that ultimately leads to the restoration of sensitivity to increased motor activity in affected muscles.