Acupuncture is an Ancient Chinese art that has a history that stretches back over two thousand years. Its ancient practitioners knew that this practice had healing powers, and used it to treat a wide variety of issues. In modern times, we have a deeper medical understanding of the treatment, but its use still remains the same. Medical testing has found that sessions of acupuncture have at least helped to ease the symptoms of certain gastrointestinal disorders, and sometimes even get rid of them for good. Let’s look at how it helps.
What are gastrointestinal disorders?
These are conditions pertaining to our stomach and intestines. Depending on our genetics, diet, and environment, people can begin to develop certain issues. Some have pain from gas, others have problems digesting, and still others have pain from acidity. This can make life very uncomfortable, and can have negative effects on your social and working life.
How does acupuncture help?
By providing pressure onto certain points of the body, acupuncture can help to relieve many of the symptoms of a variety of gastrointestinal issues. Although it can never be a primary treatment or replacement for your medication, it can help as a complimentary treatment for your symptoms. By redirecting the energy of the body, helping it to absorb nutrients and get rid of waste, acupuncture treatments can help make your system a lot healthier.
What conditions make me a good candidate?
The great thing about our wellness centre is that we treat all sorts of conditions with acupuncture. This includes ulcerative colitis, acid reflux, Crohn’s, and gastroenteritis. While we do not offer a cure, we can tell you that throughout the years we have had a lot of success in helping our patients get rid of many of their symptoms.
The intestinal system is intimately linked to the health of the human body, and as it goes, so does our health. So many people suffer needlessly from issues that modern medicine can’t treat. Contact us and visit our wellness centre to see how acupuncture can help your gastrointestinal disorders today.