Medical Acupuncture

Medical Acupuncture, a western scientific approach, integrate concepts from traditional and modern forms of acupuncture with allopathic medicine. Medical acupuncture is a modern adaptation of the ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture.


It is defined as a therapeutic technique that involves the insertion of needles according to anatomical sites. Needle stimulation is given according to observed principles of neurophysiology and anatomy. The aim of the  therapy  is to stimulate the nervous system.

Practicioners using  TCM use classical acupuncture based on traditional  Chinese philosophic  ideas or balancing Yin and Yang.

Medical Acupuncture


  • Pain relief
  • Neurological disorders
  • Digestive disorders
  • Respiratory disorders
    breathing difficulty, coughing
  • Urinary disorders
  • Menstrual, and reproductive problems
  • Nausea and vomiting from oncological therapies
  • Dermatological conditions