Acupuncture is an ancient health science which is used to successfully treat both pain and dysfunction in the body.
From Arthritis to Fibromyalgia, Sciatica or Frozen Shoulders to Quitting Smoking, Acupuncture has been used in the eastern hemisphere for over 5000 years treating all these conditions and thousands of others successfully, and is the predominant method of treating disease.
Acupuncture appears strange to most Westerners as its primary application is the utilization of very slender painless needles placed in the skin at various locations to relieve pain or affect a body part or function. Acupuncture’s goal is to restore normalcy to the body’s energy field by stimulating a combination of specific acupoints through a number of different applications, the needle is just one of them. Methods such as Cold Laser therapy, Gua Sha, Moxibustion, Electrotherapy, and more.
Our bodies carry polarity and magnetism since we are made up of electricity and water. Acupuncture uses this concept to treat disease and symptoms quite successfully. Early Asian physicians discovered there is an energy network transversing on or just below the surface of the skin which communicates from the exterior to the internal organs and structures at over 1000 acupoints on the body.
This energy works in harmony with the body’s circulatory, nervous, muscular, digestive, genitourinary and all other systems of the body. When this vital energy becomes blocked or weakened, an effect in a body system or anatomic location becomes evident. Stimulation of one or a combination of key acupoints on the body may restore harmony to the affected area.
Historians have stated, “More people have benefited from Acupuncture over the course of fifty centuries than the combined total of all other healing sciences, both ancient and modern.” With modern technology, energy meridians can be measured and graphed for maximum diagnostic capabilities using Electronic Meridian Imaging. EMI testing is predominantly used as well during examination procedures with Dr. Cambouris.
To schedule an appointment, Call the Chiropractic Spine Center at 330-220-2001. Appointment times are limited. To learn more, ask our office about our Acupuncture Workshops. Seating is limited.