Acupuncture Treatment In Aylesbury
Acupuncture treatment is one of the several treatment methods that are used within physiotherapy. This treatment method works as an integrated approach to help people manage pain and inflammation. Acupuncture stimulates the healing chemicals of our body to enhance rehabilitation interventions and achieve recovery. Know more about acupuncture by getting in touch with our Acupuncture treatment in Aylesbury clinic.

Acupuncture within the process of physiotherapy is generally used against research and clinic evidence background. However, you would be surprised to know that the treatment originally derived from traditional Chinese medicine. TCM is believed to have been in existence even before the first written reference in China.

It is important to understand that there are several forces within our body, which need balance for achieving fitness and health. These two forces are popularly known as YIN and YANG. Acupuncture treatment is used for the main purpose of restoring all body functions to homeostasis, which can be defined as a state of balance.  In depth physiotherapy assessment is used to achieve this by determining imbalance source. The exact acupuncture points for addressing the imbalance and facilitating the return of the body to a physically and mentally healthy state.

Our body is capable of self-repairing itself. This along with the use of Acupuncture, Electro-Acupuncture, or Acupressure enhances repair mechanisms and boosts recovery time. As a result, other physiotherapy treatment methods used at our Acupuncture Treatment In Aylesbury clinic like muscle strengthening and exercise will get better results.

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The flow of chee or Q1 will be stimulated by the acupuncture needle that circulates in meridians or channels within our body. Q1 will circulate through the deeper body organs along with connecting with our superficial skin. There exists a balance between these body systems in the case of normal healthy body’s.

If infection, emotional trauma, or injuries happen, then it will affect the natural flow of Q1. The stagnation or slowing of Q1 will result in longer debilitating diseases and exhaustion. Stimulating the relevant acupuncture points might help you avoid stagnation along with restoring the normal flow of Q1.

Advanced AACP members also used acupuncture treatment for addressing long term and systemic illness. This treatment is also used to enhance physiotherapy treatment and improve the life quality of patients at our Acupuncture Treatment in High Wycombe.

What To Expect

During your initial visit to our clinic, our physiotherapist will talk to you about your current health issues and previous medical history. This allows us to get a clear idea regarding your health. It is important to remember that we will be documenting the information you shared with us, but only after getting your consent. You can learn more about this by getting in touch with our Acupuncture Treatment In High Wycombe clinic.

The physiotherapist at our clinic will walk you through the process of acupuncture and what you can expect from the treatment. Some patients often worry that acupuncture can be really painful for them, but the truth is that the treatment process is pain free. 

The needles used for acupuncture are hair thin, which means that they are very different from traditional needles. Only a few needles will be used on the patient during the initial stage of the treatment. That said, we might use additional needles as required based on the clinician’s discretion and patient’s symptoms. 

Each needle will be inserted into the skin of the patient at various points. This might be the areas where you are feeling pain or at distal points that ensure beneficial effects. A combination of both will be used in most cases. Acupuncture treatment sessions usually last for about 20 to 30 minutes. 

However, the optimal duration of the treatment will be decided by the physiotherapist. The needles will be gently removed from your body and disposed of at the end of the treatment.


Who Can Have Acupuncture

Individuals who are suffering from some health conditions might not be eligible to undergo acupuncture treatment. If you are planning to undergo acupuncture treatment, then you should tell your physiotherapist if any of the following applies to you.
  • Experienced seizure or fainting episodes
  • If you are suffering from epilepsy
  • If you are suffering from hemophilia or any other bleeding disorders
  • If you have any electrical implant or pacemaker
  • If you are taking any medications or anti-coagulants
  • If you are suffering from any heart conditions or undergone surgery recently
  • If you are trying to conceive or pregnant
  • If you have any metal allergy, especially to nickel or stainless steel
  • If you are suffering from needle phobia
  • If you have any skin conditions or infections
  • Please let us know if you have any questions