Acupuncture – a method of treatment based on the introduction of special needles into specific points on the skin.
Due to the a direct effect on the main conductive body systems (nervous, vascular, lymphatic) and mediocre activation key management systems (central nervous system, neurohormonal, endocrine, immune).
Modern acupuncture is recognized as an effective method in the treatment of a wide range of diseases and allow to achieve high cure rates and improved quality of life.
The patient is on the couch in a relaxed state. The doctor inserts acupuncture needles with rotary motion into acupuncture points to a depth of 5 to 15-20 mm, depending on the depth of the point occurrence. The needles are left in the tissues for 15-20 minutes. Pre-injection part is treated with 70% alcohol. After the procedure, the doctor or nurse removes the needle with rotary motion. Injection site is treated with 70% alcohol.
The main indications
- Diseases of the peripheral nervous system with sensitive and moving problems (radiculitis, neuritis, neuralgia, plexitis); peripheral paralysis of the facial nerve and trigeminal neuralgia.
- Diseases of the musculoskeletal system, joints, muscles of the exchange, rheumatic and traumatic origin.