Implant Acupuncture Therapy

In contrast to conventional acupuncture, implant acupuncture provides long-term stimulation on the acupuncture points. Implant acupuncture is very effective for improving the immune system and metabolism, boosting energy levels, strengthening inner organs and assisting the body to relieve itself of toxins naturally.

There has also been substantive studies to show that implant acupuncture is effective in reducing weight and controlling obesity.

How Is Implant Acupuncture Done?

Implant acupuncture works through insertion of tiny dissolvable protein threads into the appropriate meridian points.

With implant acupuncture, the body’s flow of Qi can be stimulated 24-7 as the implanted threads will take between 30 – 60 days to dissolve. This is in contrast to conventional acupuncture, which provides stimulation only as long as the session lasts.

This enables the body to harmonise dysfunctions continuously and enhances the bodies self-healing potential in a way which exponentially increases the positive effects of conventional acupuncture. As a result, implant acupuncture is a very powerful tool for many areas of health and wellness, including weight management, water retention, sleep quality and digestive issues.

How Does Implant Acupuncture Feel Like?

The threads are implanted with very thin needles subdermally and is not visible after. While each person experiences implant acupuncture differently, most people feel only a minimal amount of sensation as the needles are inserted.

Are There Any Side Effects?

Implant acupuncture generally does not produce much unpleasant side effects. There are occasions where people who have undergone implant acupuncture experience some temporary side effects including the worsening of symptoms prior to the symptoms improving, fatigue, soreness, bruising, light headedness or muscle twitching.

These are normal side effects and do not effect everybody. They are also temporary and generally fleeting.

Not all the side effects are unpleasant though. Some of the more positive side effects of acupuncture include better sleep, more energy, mental clarity and better digestion.

Are There Any Contraindications?

The vast majority of contraindications for implant acupuncture are relative rather than absolute contraindications. Some of the contraindications that a trained acupuncturist would consider are sepsis, use of anti-coagulants, skin lesions, and pregnancy.

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Implant Acupuncture Therapy
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Implant Acupuncture Therapy
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Implant acupuncture is very effective for improving the immune system and metabolism, boosting energy levels, strengthening inner organs and assisting the body to relieve itself of toxins naturally
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