Category Archive: Treatment

Nov 13

How does scalp acupuncture work?

Every moment of the day, your brain’s neural synapses and pathways are altered as result of environmental, behavioral and neural changes. Brain activity associated with a given function can move to different locations as a result of everyday stimuli, brain damage or recovery. By stimulating the scalp with acupuncture needles, scalp acupuncture helps the brain rebuild new neural synapses and pathways to recover damaged functions faster. Combined with physio-therapy and other rehabilitation activities, scalp acupuncture can drastically speed up recovery for patients recovering from strokes, cerebral palsy, and central nervous system problems.

Brain is the most complex command centre in human body. It’s the boss of your body, mind and emotions. It controls about everything you do. It also busy analysing and processing all the signals received by your eyes, ears, mouth, nose, and skin ….. It has more than 100 billian nerve cells. Each cell connects to around 10,000 others. So the total connections in your brain is more than 1,000 trillian.

Through the central nervous and endocrine systems, the structural, metabolic, hormonal and energetic functions of the brain are accessible at specific areas of the scalp surface. By stimulating these reflex areas within the scalp, through special manipulation, we can regulate and harmonize the functional activities of the brain and body.
Each part of the brain has its own function. When one area is impaired/damaged, the impaired area can recover to a limited extent. In addition, by employing proper stimulation, other areas of the brain can compensate for the impaired area.
During the scalp acupuncture session, the proper stimulation is given to certain brain areas according to the patient’s condition. The needle stimulation works as a “wake up call” for the patient’s central nervous system to build new nerve connections using healthy nerve cells.

Western biomedical effects:

Scalp acupuncture triggers a series of biochemical reactions in the body, which can target certain body parts.

Meridians and body energy effects:

Scalp acupuncture can open energy blockage inside of the brain, rebalance the body’s energy, and reconnect meridian pathways from the brain to other body parts.

Nov 13

What can scalp acupuncture treat?

Paralysis: due to stroke, multiple sclerosis, automobile accident, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, and more.

Pain: It can also very effective for pain caused by the central nervous system, such as phantom pain, complex regional pain, post-stroke pain, residual limb pain and more.

Others: aphasia, ataxia, Bell’s palsy, loss of balance, loss of hearing, dizziness and vertigo, and more.

Prevention: prevent illness, strengthen immune system, increase energy, preserve youth, and promote longevity.
Read more to know what else scalp acupuncture can treat.

Nov 13

What is Chinese Scalp Acupuncture?

Chinese Scalp Acupuncture is a contemporary acupuncture technique integrating traditional Chinese acupuncture concept and the anatomic knowledge of the cerebral cortex.

It has been proven to be a very effective technique for treating acute and chronic central nervous system disorders. Scalp acupuncture often produces remarkable results with just a few needles and usually brings about immediate improvement,

Brain power

Brain power

sometimes taking only several seconds to a minute.

Scalp acupuncture is a proven natural science and incorporates the extensive knowledge of both past traditions and present technology. Years of clinical experience have contributed to its recent discoveries and developments. The modern system of scalp acupuncture in China has been explored and developed since the 1950s. There are 4 major scalp acupuncture styles: Jiao’s, Zhu’s, Fang’s, and Yu’s. There’s also a Japanese scalp acupuncture style. Since the late 1980’s, scalp acupuncture started to gain international recognition.

Scalp acupuncture is a system of its own. WHO (World Health Organization) established a standard for scalp acupuncture lines in 1984 and it’s refirmed in 1989. But the other 4 acupuncture styles all have their features, and all have magnificent results.

In North America, there are two famous scalp acupuncture masters.

Dr. Mingqing Zhu

Dr. Mingqing Zhu

Dr. Mingqing Zhu – founder of Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture

Dr. Mingqing Zhu is the founder of Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture. He has practiced scalp acupuncture for more than 50 years. He’s most famous by his super efficient treatment for stroke recover and spinal cord injury. His clinic is located in San Jose, California. For more details, please see the article about him. Dr. Zhu’s web site is http://www.scalpacupuncture.org.

 

 

Dr. Jishun Hao – advocate of JIao’s Scalp Acupuncture Dr. Jishun Hao

Dr. Jishun Hao is a very successful acupuncturist. He’s mostly famous by his significant treatment result for cerebral palsy kids. His clinics are located in New Maxico. For more details, please see his website:

http://www.scalpacupuncture.info/.