Acupuncture is one of the methods of traditional Chinese medicine based on over 5,000 years of history. It can be said that it is ancient as nature. The achievements of various biological disciplines allowed this methodology, or empirical (ie only come from practical achievements) to be placed on a strictly scientific positions. It is no coincidence that in the last 20 years, all civilized countries have introduced widely its diagnostic and therapeutic methods. This is a comprehensive medical theory that has mastered all laws, a holistic concept of treating a particular patient rather than the disease.
Nowadays, the diagnostic methods of traditional Chinese medicine are placed at the highest technical level. The combination of its capabilities, combined with the potential of Western medicine, are the highly precise, highly professional computer expert systems of Nogue, Nakatini, Akabane, Voll, and others. They enable us to identify and act as much as possible according to the individual specificity of each organism. The therapeutic part of the acupuncture is defined as well as its specific technical characteristics – choosing the specific acupuncture points, choosing the type of acupuncture needle (steel, silver, gold), choosing the time and method of insertion, duration of the procedure etc.
Ancient Chinese philosophy considers that the disease is a state of imbalance or blockage of the ways in which energy moves around the body. And indeed, the human body is an antenna on which there are formed power lines that can change as a result of the contact between external factors of the environment and the internal of the human organism. Acupuncture points are powe- points stations on these lines of force by impacts that bioenergy can be redistributed in a new right for homeostasis and human existence way, ie return to a normal natural state.Through an impact on them the bioenergy can be reallocated.
Modern research show that the acupuncture has an extremely powerful influence on most of the systems in the body.
Even more powerful is the impact through the so-called electroaccumulation, i. additional insertion of electric current needles with special characteristics, already provided in the acupuncture points, of course professional equipment (professional Japanese apparatus).
The impact on the points themselves could also be achieved through acupressure (mechanical pressure), moxa (warm-up with a lighted herb cigar), magnetic impact (Japanese cymbangmas)
With an extremely significant contribution to the achievements of the acupunture are the latest modern trends: Su Jock acupuncture and Yamamato acupuncture.