Acupuncture: What you need to to get started now
What know Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a safe, ancient healing method that involves the use of hair-thin needles* inserted at precise locations. When the needles are inserted, the body’s energies and natural healing abilities are stimulated.
From a Western medical viewpoint, the needles create a negative current. White blood cells migrate to negative currents and thus, it is easy to see how healing occurs locally. Additional, when the needles are inserted, the brain releases specific chemicals which are long associated with healing and pain relief.
* The needles are sterile and used only once prior to disposal.
What It Can Do For You
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), acupuncture successfully treats over 200 conditions. Examples include pain, migraines, digestive disturbances, weak immunity, depression, forgetfulness, poor vision, tendonitis, bursitis, arthritis, obesity, problems with addictions, skin disorders, respiratory problems, chronic fatigue and so much more.
Who Is the Person To
See for Treatment
Be sure the health provider is an Acupuncture Physician who is licensed by the State and Nationally. This way, you are assured they have met the rigorous education and testing standards. Most Acupuncturists have at least a Bachelor’s degree plus 4 years of specialized training in acupuncture, nutrition, herbal medicine, Oriental medical theory, western medicine (anatomy, physiology, pathology etc.).
Dr. David Orman is a Licensed Acupuncture Physician with over 9 years of academic training and has been practicing acupuncture/Oriental medicine since 1994. He has treated 1000s of patients over the years and has been a sought after health provider for many years. Additionally, he has completed advanced training in ear acupuncture, nutrition, herbal
medicine, applied kinesiology, pulse diagnosis and EFT (tapping).
David has lectured to Congress, taught at major universities, authored over 30 professional articles and featured in the Washingtonian Magazine.