Acupuncture for internal diseases

The history and the techniques of the Acupuncture for internal diseases.

Acupuncture for internal diseases is as effective as for pain control and different forms of neck and back discomfort. Acupuncturists use very thin needles, meridional massage, and various Chinese herbs to treat pain, hormone imbalances, insomnia, emotional distress, infertility, and other internal medical disorders. We also utilize natural methods (such as nutrition, dietetics, and lifestyle guidance) to prevent diseases before they even have a chance to occur.Acupuncture for internal diseasesAcupuncture is an ancient Chinese treatment that originated about 5,000 years ago. It is an ancient form of medical art with different techniques in which tiny needles are inserted into specific acupuncture points in the body to improve health and well-being. These acupuncture points are based on the ancient Chinese traditions of “Qi” and “meridians”. Qi refers to balancing the flow of energy or life force that is believed to flow through pathways (meridians) in our body.

These pathways or meridians are basically the internal systems of communication between specific organs or networks of organs. Chinese scientists believe that there are 12 major meridians in the human body and illness may occur when the energy flow along one or more meridians are blocked or out of balance. Hence, the Qi and meridians technique balances the energy flow in the body.

Surprisingly, the patient never feels any pain of the needles since the acupuncture technique of needle insertion is very gentle. In some cases, the needles are inserted very superficially and in another very deep into the skin and muscles and in both cases, needles are usually left in place for 5-20-30 or 40 minutes. In some specific cases, needles may be inserted and left for an hour or even longer. To boost the effects of the therapy, the acupuncturist may twist the needles or apply heat or a weak electrical current.

The acupuncturist decides which points to needle by questioning the patient. Basically, there are four diagnostic methods which include inspection, auscultation and olfaction, inquiring, and palpation. During the inspection, the acupuncturist analyzes the face and the tongue particularly the tongue size, shape, tension, color and coating, and the absence or presence of teeth marks around the edge.

Auscultation and olfaction refer to listening for particular sounds like wheezing, and attending to body odor. Inquiring relates to chills and fever; perspiration; appetite, thirst and taste; defecation and urination; pain; and sleep. Palpation involves feeling the body for tender “ashi” points.

Indications for acupuncture for internal diseases.


There are many benefits of acupuncture for internal diseases like pain relief and reduction in nausea and vomiting after surgery and chemotherapy. Traditionally in China, acupuncture is used as an anesthetic during surgery and is believed to have the power to cure diseases and relieve symptoms of illness. The illnesses cured by acupuncture are migraines and tension headaches, sinusitis, common cold, addictions, quit smoking and trigeminal neuralgia.

Other illnesses when acupuncture for internal diseases benefits are: Meniere’s disease, tennis elbow, sciatica, arthritis, menstrual cramps, fibromyalgia, lower back pain and asthma.

An ideal referral for an acupuncture for internal diseases would be a person whose stress level is no longer healthy, who wants to feel more peaceful in everyday life; a woman or man with thyroid concern, neck/back/or joint pain, or children and teenagers with social anxiety, attention deficient, insomnia or asthma.

You can have a richer, fuller, more relaxing experience. Imagine having plenty of energy, sleeping well each night, craving only foods that are good for you.

If stress has taken a toll on your health; if you suffer from hormonal imbalances that are making your everyday life feel depressing or burdensome; if you want to lose weight or quit smoking or become pregnant but have not yet been able to, acupuncture for internal diseases is the answer.

Acupuncture for internal diseases has been described as awakening the body’s original intelligence to heal itself. I’m Victor Tsan, MD and I’m happy to tell you that the medicine of Ancient China – Acupuncture for internal diseases is within your reach.

Call (267) 403-3085 to schedule an appointment for the initial FREE consultation and to find out if acupuncture for internal diseases is beneficial for you.