Here is a list of some of the health problems Acupuncture has been recognized to treat:
- Additive behaviors including smoking
- Stroke recovery
- Chronic pain including low back, knee and shoulder
- Chemo-induced nausea and vomiting
- OB GYNE including infertility, GI problem
- Sports injury recovery.
These are just few nationally known hospitals that provide Acupuncture for their patients:
- Mayo Clinic
- Cleveland Clinic
- Sloan Kettering
- Cedars Sinai,
Did You Know That:
- Lisa spent 4 years of study and classical training in Chicago at one of the oldest School’s of Chinese Medicine, Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. This school is affiliated with Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, Guangzhou China. The Acupuncture Clinic at Midwest does over 12,000 Acupuncture treatments per year. Lisa worked in that clinic for 4 years developing expert skills.
- According to the National Institute of Health and the World Health Organization, Acupuncture is among the oldest healing practices in the world and is recognized to treat a variety of health problems.
- Acupuncture is virtually painless. The sterile disposable needles are thin as a strand of hair and flexible and it’s highly unusual to have any complications making it one of the safest methods of providing health care. According to the Cleveland Clinic “One advantage of Acupuncture is that the incidence of adverse effects is substantially lower than that of many drugs or accepted medical procedures used for the same condition.”
Endorsements of Acupuncture
- Dr Oz endorses the effectiveness of Acupuncture and has had segments on his show multiple times. “The next big frontier in Medicine is Energy Medicine.”- Dr Oz.
- Dr Andrew Weil endorses Acupuncture as well and states “Although there are certification courses offered to M.D. to learn Acupuncture, preferably the practitioner will be trained in a TCM program to be MAXIMALLY qualified.”