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Moxibustion

Moxibustion is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant materials called “moxa” are burned on or very near the surface of the skin. Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves the burning of mugwort, a small, spongy herb, to facilitate healing. Moxibustion has been used throughout Asia for thousands of years. The purpose of moxibustion is to strengthen the blood, stimulate the flow of, and maintain general health. There are two types of moxibustion direct and indirect. In direct moxibustion, a small, cone-shaped amount of moxa is placed on top of an acupuncture point and burned. The patient will experience a pleasant heating sensation that penetrates deep into the skin, but should not experience any pain. Indirect moxibustion is currently the more popular form of care. In indirect moxibustion, a practitioner lights one end of a moxa stick, roughly the shape and size of a cigar, and holds it close to the area being treated for several minutes until becomes warm and the area may turn red. In moxibustion is used on people who have a cold or stagnant condition. The burning of moxa is believed to expel cold and warm the meridians, which leads to smoother flow of Qi and blood. In Western medicine, moxibustion has successfully been used to turn breech babies into a normal head-down position prior to childbirth. Burning raw moxa can produce a great deal of smoke and a pungent odor. It is suggested that Patients with respiratory problems may request that their practitioner use smokeless moxa sticks as an alternative.

Acupressure

Acupressure is an ancient Chinese healing method that involves applying pressure to certain meridian points on the body to relieve pain. The human body has fourteen “meridians” that carry energy throughout the body. These meridians start at the fingertips, connect to the brain, and then connect to the organ associated with the specific meridian. Acupressure is an ancient healing art developed in Asia over 5,000 years ago. It is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine which emphasizes preventing illness, dealing with underlying causes in depth and treating the whole person. An acupressurist works with the same points used in acupuncture called acupoints – stimulating these healing sites with finger pressure, rather than inserting fine needles. Acupressure uses the power and sensitivity of human touch to eliminate stress, relieve pain and alleviate acute and chronic conditions. It can be effective in the relief of many complaints such as arthritis, headaches, neck and shoulder tension, back pain, sciatica, infertility, sinus and breathing problems. By stimulating the body’s natural curative abilities, it also works as a powerful preventative therapy and is a safe and effective complement to conventional healing methods. Acupressure deals with all the aspects of a person as a whole: body, emotions, mind, and spirit as one, not as separate parts. It relaxes muscular tension and balances the vital life forces of the body.

» Relieve stress and tension
» Relax mind and body
» Increase blood circulation
» Aid in the removal of toxic wastes 1
» Provide relief from head, neck and shoulder aches
» Promote the healing of injuries
» Increase energy levels
» Increase overall feeling of well-being
» Decreasing labor pains

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical science which has been used for treating different health problems for thousands of years, however, in Europe and USA it has been widely known only for the past few decades. Ever since the Western world has gotten familiar with this therapy, it has become more and more popular. It is believed that acupuncture can treat mental issues, different kinds of pain, infertility, nausea and even obesity. Even though there is not a lot of scientific evidence about the usefulness of acupuncture, many people use it and are happy with the results. It may seem a little strange how it is possible to cure different health problems just by inserting a few needles in your body. Acupuncture is a very old therapy, probably one of the oldest in the world and its concept is related to the Daoist philosophy. Acupuncture is generally safe when done by an appropriately trained practitioner using clean needle technique and single-use needles. The goal of acupuncture is to promote and restore the balance of energy, which flows throughout the body, the benefits of acupuncture can extend to a wide variety of conditions, from emotional disorders (anxiety, depression) to digestive complaints (vomiting, irritable bowel syndrome) .Body parts where acupuncture needles get inserted can feel sore after needles are removed. The most that people experience is a dull ache around the base of the inserted needle, or a slight tingling feeling when the needle is inserted. Points at the extremities, like toe or finger ends, can sometimes be a little sharp, but the sensation is usually brief.

Thermo Therapy

Thermo therapy, also called thermo therapy, is the use of heat in therapy, such as for pain relief and health. Thermo therapy consists of application of heat or cold for the purpose of changing the cu, intra-articular and core temperature of soft tissue with the intention of improving the symptoms of certain conditions. Using ice or heat as a therapeutic intervention decreases pain in joint and muscle as well as soft tissues and they have opposite effects on tissue metabolism, blood flow, and connective tissue extensibility. Thermotherapy can be used in rehabilitation facilities or at home. The goal of thermo therapy is to alter tissue temperature in a targeted region over time for the purpose of inducing a desired biological response. The majority of thermotherapies are designed to deliver the thermal therapy to a target tissue volume with minimal impact on intervening or surrounding tissues.

» Thermo: By increasing the temperature of the skin/soft tissue, the blood flow increases by vasodilatation. The metabolic rate and the tissue extensibility will also increase. Heat increases oxygen uptake and accelerates tissue healing, it also increases the activity of destructive enzymes, such as collagenase, and increases the catabolic rate.

» Cold: By decreasing the temperature of the skin/soft tissue, the blood flow decreases by vasoconstriction. It will be followed afterwards by a vasodilatation which will prevent against hypoxic damage (hunting reflex: If the cold pack is left on the skin for more than 10 minutes, the blood vessels will dilate). The tissue metabolism will decrease just like the neuronal excitability, inflammation, conduction rate and tissue extensibility. At joint temperatures of 30°C or lower, the activity of cartilage degrading enzymes, including collagenase, elastase, hyaluronidase, and protease, is inhibited. The decreased metabolic rate limits further injury and aids the tissue in surviving the cellular hypoxia that occurs after injury.

Fir Rays

Far Infrared Ray (FIR), is the ‘warm’ energy in humans, animals and plants, emitted from sunlight. The intensity of Far Infrared produced by the human body constantly fluctuates. When the intensity is high, we feel healthy and better equipped to deal with physical challenges. When the Far Infrared begins to decline, we are subject to becoming unwell and tend to age more quickly. Far Infrared Rays are invisible waves of energy that have the ability to penetrate all layers of the human physical body, penetrating into the inner-most regions of the tissues, muscles and bone. We can be exposed to pure Far Infrared heat for hours and it will not cause our skin to burn, in fact the Japanese use it to promote healing from sunburn. Far Infrared heat is completely healthy and safe for all living things. Far Infrared Ray are waves of energy, totally invisible to the naked eye, which penetrate the surface of the skin where they gently and elevate the body’s surface temperature to 107.6F/42C and above, whilst positively activating body systems and functions. Our bodies radiate far infrared energy through the skin at 3 to 50 microns, with most output at 9.4 microns. Our palms emit FIR energy also, between 8 and 14 microns.

Negative Ions

An ion is a molecule that has lost or gained an electron through various atmospheric forces or environmental influences. Negative ions are created when a molecule gains a negatively charged electron. Due to this nature, they are statically attracted to airborne particles like dust, mold and other pollutants and potential allergens. By attaching to these pollutants and allergens they give them a negative charge and, rather than drifting in the air, they are grounded and fall to the floor or nearest surface. Even bacteria and viruses circling in a room can be cleared by negatively charged ions attaching to them and removing them from the air. Negative ion is an active, invisible particle with a negative electrical charge and its activity (bio energy) serves as the driving force to enrich our lives and our health as it wanders freely in the air. Electron is an ion with a negative electrical charge. By colliding with oxygen molecules, it turns them into an ion with a negative electric charge; this is called oxygen anion or negative Ions. The ions in the air change according to meteorological conditions. When a cold front and a low pressure passes through, positive ions increase. As a result, the possibility of an outbreak of neuralgia, asthma and apoplexy becomes more likely due to the decrease in anions and the increase of positive ions within the human body. We feel refreshed strolling in forests, around falls or beaches with big waves. This is due to the high concentration of anions. In the stable atmospheric state, the ratio of Negative Ions and positive ions are about 1:2. In general, positive ions are distributed in polluted areas whereas Negative Ions are distributed in clean nature. If we breathe in Negative Ions, it increases the metabolic rate of our cells and our vitality. Furthermore, it has the ability to detoxify the blood and is effective for stability of nerves,

Chiropractic

Chiropractic is found from two Greek words Chiro and Practic, which means done by hand. The Chiropractic Therapy was introduced by Dr. D D Palmer in the year 1890. It is been highly appreciated and practiced by the Therapists. Now a days the Chiropractic therapy is taught in many colleges and paramedical institutes.

It is grounded in the principle that the body can heal itself when the skeletal system is correctly aligned and the nervous system is functioning properly. Chiropractic is a manual therapy mainly used for treating problems associated with bones, joints and the back. It diagnoses, treats and prevents joint, muscle and ligament conditions. To achieve this, the practitioner uses his or her hands or an adjusting tool to perform specific manipulations of the vertebrae. When these bones of the spine are not correctly articulated, then the nerve transmission is disrupted and causes pain in the back, as well as other areas of the body. Spinal manipulation is thought to improve the efficiency of your body’s nervous system and enable natural healing.

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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

Electromagnetic field therapy has been in use since the invention of electricity. It was widely adopted in East and Western Europe but its use was restricted to animals in North America until recently. Veterinarians became the first health professionals to use PEMF therapy, usually to heal broken legs in racehorses.

In 2004, a pulsed electromagnetic field system was approved by the FDA as an adjunct to cervical fusion surgery in patients at high risk for non-fusion. On 10/13/2015 the FDA reclassified PEMF devices from the Class 3 category to a Class 2 status. PEMF devices that have been FDA cleared to make health claims require a doctor’s prescription for use.

Although electricity’s potential to aid bone healing was reported as early as 1841, it was not until the mid-1950s that scientists seriously studied the subject. During the 1970s, Bassett and his team introduced a new approach for the treatment of delayed fractures, a technique that employed a very specific biphasic low frequency signal to be applied for non-union/delayed fractures. The use of electrical stimulation in the lumbosacral region was first attempted by Alan Dwyer of Australia. In 1974, he reported successful initiation of graft incorporation in 11 of 12 fusion patients.