Research and Efficacy of Acupuncture
Understanding an ancient healing art
Here is a German study on the efficacy of acupuncture in the treatment of chronic low back pain 1162 Patients Aged 18 To 86 Years with a history or back pain for a mean of 8 years. Patients had 2 30 minute sessions a week for 6 months, the results? The acupuncture patients (both verum and sham) were nearly twice as effective as conventional therapy.
Acupuncture can help with insomnia and helping you sleep deeply through the night. This article was a meta analysis of 402 patients treated with auricular acupuncture. The results show that the recovery and improvement rates were higher than diazepam (p< 0.05). That sleep times increased and that ear seeds were especially effective.
While this article showed that Acupuncture can effectively reduce malignant-related depression, improve sleep quality, and help to improve the quality of life of cancer patients:
Pain is a common complaint that walks through the door at my clinic, here is some of the research behind what acupuncture can do for you! https://nccih.nih.gov/health/acupuncture/introduction
If you don’t see the pain you’re dealing with specifically in this article speak with me, acupuncture may be able to help you with your acute or chronic pain.
Acupuncture is also very helpful in helping with emotional upheavals:
Menopausal? Perimenopausal? Postmenopausal? Acupuncture and herbs have been shown to help regulate the hormones and ease this natural transition with very little dangerous side effects: