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Acupuncture uses dry needles to stimulate specific points in the body to improve health, relieve pain and optimize physical constitution.

How does acupuncture work?

The needles are placed at specific points on the body called “trigger points”. They are chosen based on the individual needs of the patient and the goal of therapy. The procedure can stimulate the nervous system, releasing hormones such as endorphins (natural painkillers) that help relieve pain and improve the condition.

What are the applications of acupuncture?

  1. Pain Management:
    Acupuncture is used to relieve various types of pain, such as back, neck and head pain, muscle and joint pain. It can be effective for chronic pain and for easing symptoms in conditions such as migraines and arthritis.
  2. Stress and depression:
    The application of acupuncture can help reduce stress and improve mental health by stimulating the release of hormones associated with feelings of well-being.
  3. Assisting rehabilitation:
    In some cases, acupuncture is used as part of physical rehabilitation programs after injuries or surgeries. It can help restore body function and reduce swelling and pain.

The importance of the professional therapist

It is important that acupuncture is performed by a qualified and licensed professional. This ensures proper needle placement and consideration of the patient’s individual needs, ensuring the safety and effectiveness of the procedure.


Acupuncture is an interesting approach to aiding health and treating various conditions. When properly administered by a qualified professional, it can be a useful tool in aiding people’s physical and mental well-being.

It is always a good idea to consult a physiotherapist to ensure that the therapy is appropriate for your physical status and situation.