Chinese Acupuncture is a key component of the practice of Chinese medicine and is the most respected of the traditional health systems. It has achieved widespread acceptance as an effective form of health care across the globe, including formal recognition by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Scientific evidence studies suggest that iacupuncture works by regulating neuromodulation, such as vagus nerve stimulation and has been used for inflammation control and applys as body natural pain killers for pain treatment Acupuncture also stimulates the immune system to produce a healing response. (Source:
From an Asian viewpoint, the effects of acupuncture are based upon the regulation of the flow of vital energy,called Qi (chi), blood and body fluid. By regulating this vital energy Qi, blood and body fluid, the body is able to heal itself and return to good health.
Dr Christine Cui has spent many years in Melbourne honing the particular skills of acupuncture required to help a wide range of women’s and men’s health issues. She has a particular interest in Natural fertility and reproductive health with Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25637159
It involves the insertion of fine, sterile needles into specific sites (‘Acu-points’) along the body’s meridians. The needles are generally retained for about 25 to 30 minutes and are disposed of when removed.
The stimulation of the reproductive, endocrine and neurological systems is aimed at ensuring an internal environment that supports reproductive health, fertility, healthy conceptions for women and men.
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