Daisy Medical Acupuncture is a medical based practice offering a holistic approach to improving your health. We often use acupuncture in conjunction with Stem Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine to accelerate results. Daisy Acupuncture was founded on the belief of rejuvenation and new beginnings. Daisy is a powerful flower.
Daisy symbolism embodies vitality, creativity, sincerity, beauty, positive perspectives, and uplifting themes.
Let us show you how Daisy can change your life and lead you down a path of health and wellness. We manage and treat a wide range of acute and chronic health issues, specializing in musculoskeletal pain. Daisy Acupuncture uses the complementary discipline of medical acupuncture to treat various pain problems. Medical acupuncture is an adaption of classical acupuncture using current knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, and the principles of evidenced based medicine. Medical acupuncture is a term used to describe acupuncture performed by a doctor trained and licensed in Western Medicine who has also received training in acupuncture.
Conditions Treated By Medical Acupuncture
The World Health organization recognizes the use of acupuncture in a wide array of medical problems:
- Digestive disorders: gastritis, spastic colon, IBS, constipation, diarrhea
- Respiratory disorders: sinusitis, asthma, sore throats, bronchitis, recurrent infections
- Psychological disorders: stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, drug dependence, insomnia, smoking cessation, weight loss
- Rheumatological disorders: RA, osteoarthritis
- Neurological disorders: headaches , stroke, CRPS,MS, Parkinson’s disease, Neuropathy, carpal tunnel
- Musculoskeletal disorders: FM, neck pain, back pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, elbow pain
- Urinary, Menstrual and Fertility disorders
Medical acupuncture is a system of treatment which can have a beneficial impact on one’s health and wellness, prevention of disease, and in the treatment of many medical problems. Medical acupuncture can be effective as a primary treatment modality or as an adjuvant to other medical interventions. Some studies suggest electroacupuncture accelerates the results of stem cell therapy.
What Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a therapeutic modality which encourages the body to promote natural healing and improve function. This is accomplished by placing fine needles in very precise acupuncture points. Medical acupuncture embodies our current understanding of neuromuscular anatomy while embracing the traditional Chinese notion of a subtle circulation network of a vivifying force called Qi ( pronounced “chee” ) or vital energy.
What is Qi?
Qi animates the mind and body. It protects us from illness and disease. Our health is dependent on the quality, quantity, and balance of Qi. In classical Chinese terms, Qi flows via specific pathways through the body and over its surface. Energy channels, called meridians, are like rivers flowing through the body providing nourishment to every living cell,organ, gland and tissue in the body. An obstruction in the movement on these “energy rivers” or blockage of the flow of Qi, can be detrimental to ones health and manifest as illness, pain, or disease. Flow of energy through the meridians can be influenced by needling acupuncture points . The acupuncture needles unblock the obstruction and reestablish regular energy flow.
Acupuncture treatment can therefore assist the body internal organs to correct and improve imbalances in digestion, absorption, and energy metabolism.
Why Use Needles?
The contemporary scientific explanation is that needling acupuncture points stimulates the peripheral and central nervous system to release chemicals in the surrounding tissues including muscle, spinal cord, and brain. These active chemicals play an important role in pain modulation and perception. In addition, a cascade of neurotransmitters, vasoactive peptides, and hormones are released which influence the human bodies own internal system of checks and balances.
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