The center of acupuncture treatment dating back 2500 years is China. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the philosophy of acupuncture has acupuncture points, the meridians that are supposed to be on these points, and the energy (chi) circulating on these paths. There are 12 energy meridians in our body and a total of 365 acupuncture points on them. Here, these two energies (Yin and Yang), which are supposed to circulate in acupuncture meridians, are aimed to be in balance by stimulating them with special and disposable needles. Balance of the body is essential for health. The basic principle of acupuncture treatment is to regulate and maintain the energy balance.
YNSA is also performed in our clinic. YNSA (Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture) is a microsystem acupuncture method. In other words, it is different from body acupuncture, which is done according to traditional Chinese medicine. Microsystem is based on the principle that all organ and tissue reflections in the body are fully represented in small areas such as the head, ears, hands, eyes, soles of the feet. In other words, it is a technique of healing and bringing it into balance by stimulating the necessary places in a smaller area with special needles to eliminate the deficiencies in the body. It works on the basis of applying the acupuncture technique to the head area.
Another type of acupuncture applied in our clinic is Nogier Auricular Acupuncture.
Nogier Acupuncture uses the specific reactive properties of the auricle. The ear is both a dashboard that we observe (diagnosis) and a place of control where we can act on the disease (treatment).
Ailments That Can Be Treated With Acupuncture:
➢ Pain Treatments (Sciatica, Shoulder pain, Musculoskeletal system pain, Trigeminal Neuralgia)
➢ Stomach Ulcer
➢ Ulcero-Hemorrhagic Colitis
➢ Gallbladder Stones
➢ Overweight (Obesity)
➢ Addictions (Smoking, Alcohol)
➢ Sclerosing Plaque (MS)
➢ Herpes Zoster (shingles) Pain
➢ Trigeminal Neuralgia
➢ Psychoemotional Traumas
➢ Memory Problems in the Elderly
➢ Autoimmune Diseases
➢ Cervicobrachial Pains
➢ Shoulder Pain
➢ Carpal Canal Syndrome
➢ Neuroalgodystrophies: Leriche and Sudek Syndrome
➢ Menopausal Hot Flashes
➢ Tinnitus, Meniere’s Disease
➢ Recurrent Respiratory Infections
➢ Lower Extremity Arteritis
➢ Adult Acne