Updated: Jul 3
Chronic pain and medical conditions may become more manageable through acupuncture injection therapy provided. Acupuncture injection therapy is a blend of Traditional Chinese Medicine, conventional and homeopathic medicines. This form of treatment can be beneficial for conditions that may be challenging to treat or not responsive to traditional forms of acupuncture.
Acupuncture Injection Therapy
It’s important to be aware that acupuncture injection therapy is a blend of both Traditional Chinese Medicine and homeopathic and conventional medicines. Acupuncture injection therapy differs from acupuncture in that the needles are filled with solutions that are injected. This means, that a needle is not simply placed on meridian points, depending upon your reason for treatment, there are a variety of injectables that may be administered to the body during sessions. Injections are usually adjusted and customized to the needs of the patient and can help to improve energy and manage chronic pain. One of your first questions regarding acupuncture injection therapy may be what the solution being injected into your body actually is. This can vary depending on your reasons for treatment. Injections may be made up of vitamins, minerals, sterile saline solutions, and homeopathic compounds. These injections are beneficial in that they trigger acupuncture points for a longer period of time. This may be advantageous for those suffering from conditions that are more challenging to treat or are not responding to traditional acupuncture treatments.
Remedies that are incorporated into needles and injected into the body during acupuncture injection therapy have the ability to treat a variety of conditions that patients may be experiencing. Common conditions that acupuncture injection therapy treats include:
Hip Pain, Knee Pain, Low Back Pain
General health (hair, nails) slows cell aging.
Immune system boost
There are a number of conditions treated by acupuncture injection therapy. To learn more, contact us today.