Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medicinal practice. It involves the insertion of needles in the body at points that cause a therapeutic effect.
The benefits of acupuncture can be felt when it's used to treat various conditions such as neck pain, muscle tension and more. The person can feel relief from pain and may also have improved blood circulation, which helps with relaxation.
Acupuncturists use thin metal needles in various lengths and gauges to stimulate certain points on the body by piercing the skin surface. They are often employed by physicians or physician assistants for pain management for patients with chronic pain or post-operative rehabilitation or as an alternative treatment for people who do not want to take medications or undergo surgery.
A qualified acupuncturist in India should have a bachelor’s degree in medicine and at least three years of experience as an assistant to a qualified acupuncturist.
The scope of acupuncture practice is vast, but it usually includes pain relief, fertility treatments, and weight loss. There are many different types of acupuncture treatments including: auricular therapy, electro-acupuncture, ear acupuncture
Acupuncturists are trained professionals who study the ancient Chinese art of healing.
An acupuncturist is a trained professional who studies the ancient Chinese art of healing. A person becomes an acupuncturist after completing a four-year degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine from an accredited college or university.
In India, there are no regulations or licensing body that governs the profession of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Hence, anyone can practice it as long as they have completed their training and certification in these fields.
An acupuncturist is a practitioner of acupuncture, the insertion of thin needles into the body at specific points for therapeutic purposes.
The job responsibilities of an acupuncturist include:
- Identifying and locating the points on the body where needles should be inserted
- Inserting needles at these points to treat various conditions
- Administering herbal medicines or other therapies as necessary
- Providing advice on lifestyle changes that may help a patient feel better
- Educating patients and their families about acupuncture
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