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Can Acupuncture benefit acute and chronic pain?

Pain is known as a warning sign than a disease. Most patients ask for acupuncture treatment after experiencing acute pain for more than three months, and later classified as chronic pain suffers. Their chronic pain affects every aspect of their lives: mood, concentration, motor performance, sleep, social relations, etc. Researchers even have new evidence indicating that pain affects the immune system in cancer patients and therefore, cancer cells in those patients appear to grow faster when there is pain..

The acupuncture therapy has a unique system of diagnosis and treatment that incorporates the medical traditions from China for healing both mind and body by promoting the natural self-healing process. It is a method involving stimulation of acupuncture points on or in the skin by a variety of techniques of insertion sterilized solid, metallic disposable needles, which are manipulated manually or by electrical stimulation.

Our Acumedica CLINICS specifically target the source of the patient’s discomfort and embodies a holistic perspective toward alleviating acute or chronic pain by restoring the patient health and vitality. http://blog.naturaltherapyforall.com/2013/11/06/is-chinese-acupuncture-effective-in-chronic-pain/

The Clinical Director of Acumedica, has been reported in the North Staffordshire Newspaper “THE SENTINEL”(in Stoke On Trent) in the issue of 22nd October 2013 which indicated that acupuncture is a more effective way to treat back pain than conventional biomedicine (Please click "Read More" for details on this article: http://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/Health-Acupuncture-thing-eased-pain/story-19967637-detail/story.html).