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About TCM Ancient Culture

Acupuncture is a procedure derived from the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). An acupuncturist inserts thin needles into a patient’s body at a certain angle, during which he/she executes certain maneuvers (e.g. twisting, pushing-pulling) until the therapeutic effect is achieved. The locations of insertion, called acupoints, are often along the meridian. It is believed that stimulating at these acupoints could regulate the conductions within the meridian, and therefore fix the root cause of underling diseases.

During their clinical practice, acupuncturists would first evaluate a patient’s symptoms using TCM diagnoses methods to identify what part of the meridian and related organs have abnormal behavior. Then they select corresponding acupoints to apply the treatment, which can improve the patient’s meridian balance and organ functions, and achieve the therapeutic goal.


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