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Acupuncture is an ancient healing technique that uses thin needles to stimulate specific points on the body. It is based on the concept of qi, or vital energy, that flows through meridians, or channels, in the body. By balancing the qi, acupuncture can treat various health conditions and promote wellness.

However, in the modern world, acupuncture faces some challenges, such as:

  • Lack of scientific evidence and explanation for its mechanisms and effects
  • Difficulty in communicating with patients, physicians, and other medical professionals using traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) terminology
  • Inconsistency and variability in acupuncture practice and outcomes
  • Limited scope and application of acupuncture for complex and chronic diseases

To overcome these challenges, a new type of acupuncture has emerged: Neuropuncture, neuroscience electroacupuncture. Neuropuncture is a complete neuroscience acupuncture system that integrates the research of the neurophysiological mechanisms of acupuncture, combining research of electroacupuncture’s effects on specific neural tissues, by combining western medical sciences, while integrating all this within the holistic traditional TCM model.

Neuropuncture offers many benefits for acupuncture practitioners and patients, such as:

  • Providing consistent, clinically reproducible neuroscience electroacupuncture training
  • Helping you understand and communicate what exactly acupuncture does on a neuroscience level
  • Offering evidence-based electroacupuncture treatment prescriptions for various conditions, such as pain, neurological diseases, mental health disorders, and athletic performance
  • Integrating the ancient wisdom of acupuncture with the modern knowledge of neuroscience
  • Enhancing your credibility and communication skills with patients, physicians, and other medical professionals

The Neuropuncture system uses neuroscience electroacupuncture prescriptions that can elevate your acupuncture practice to the next level and make a difference for your family, friends, patients and fellow practitioners.