What is Korean Hand Acupuncture?

Korean Hand Therapy is a complete acupuncture microsystem, with 14 acupuncture meridians and 404 points identified on the hands. This workshop will teach Correspondence Therapy, the most basic form of Korean Hand Therapy, which utilizes the map of the body on the hands.

Do Koreans use acupuncture?

Korean Acupuncture

Most of the standard acupuncture protocols in Korea use only four needles. In fact, Korean acupuncture is often called “four-needle” technique (or Sa-am technique) for this reason.

Does acupuncture really work?

National Institutes of Health (NIH) studies have shown that acupuncture is an effective treatment alone or in combination with conventional therapies to treat the following: Nausea caused by surgical anesthesia and cancer chemotherapy.

Acupuncture, one of the Oriental medical therapeutic techniques that can be traced back at least 2500 years, is growing in popularity all over the world. Korea has continued to develop its own unique tradition of medicine throughout its long history, and has formed different types of acupuncture methods.

What is auricular acupuncture good for?

Auricular acupuncture can be used for a wide range of indications, and it is especially useful to relieve pain, calm the mind, treat allergies and infectious diseases, regulate endocrine system disorders, and treat chronic disease and functional disorders. It is also used for withdrawal syndrome.

How does Japanese acupuncture work?

The reliance on touch: Japanese acupuncture practitioners rely on touch rather than on sight to decide on the entry points for the needles. Every acupuncture point is palpated before the needle is inserted.Japanese Acupuncture is much more hands on than it’s Chinese cousin.

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What should you not do after acupuncture?

Here’s what to avoid after acupuncture.

  • Strenuous Exercise. You don’t have to avoid exercise altogether, but it would probably be best to slow down a bit. …
  • Caffeine. …
  • Alcohol. …
  • Junk Food. …
  • Ice. …
  • TV and Other Screens.
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