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Pain Relief Acupuncture

  • 30 minutes
  • 250 UAE dirhams
  • Mirdif|Dubai|Mirdif-Dubai-United Arab Emirates

Service Description

cupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points on the body. Pain relief acupuncture is a specific application of this technique that is aimed at reducing pain and discomfort in the body. The theory behind pain relief acupuncture is that the insertion of needles into specific points on the body can help to stimulate the nervous system, releasing natural painkillers such as endorphins and improving blood flow to the affected area. This can help to reduce inflammation, tension, and pain in the body. During a pain relief acupuncture session, the acupuncturist will begin by conducting an assessment of the patient's symptoms and medical history. They will then identify the specific acupuncture points that are most appropriate for the patient's condition. These points may be located near the area of pain or discomfort, or they may be located elsewhere on the body. Once the points have been identified, the acupuncturist will insert the thin needles into the skin. Patients may feel a slight sensation or prickling as the needles are inserted, but the procedure is generally painless. The needles will then be left in place for several minutes, during which time the patient may feel a deep sense of relaxation. The number of pain relief acupuncture sessions required will depend on the severity of the patient's symptoms and their response to treatment. Some patients may experience immediate relief after just one session, while others may require multiple sessions over a period of several weeks. Overall, pain relief acupuncture is a safe and effective treatment option for a wide range of conditions that cause pain and discomfort in the body. While it is important to consult with a qualified acupuncturist before beginning treatment, many patients find that pain relief acupuncture can help to improve their quality of life and reduce the need for medication or other more invasive treatments.

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