Acupoint Injection Therapy
Acupoint injection therapy (AIT) blends the best of Chinese medicine with conventional and homeopathic medicine. This therapy evolved from acupuncture and has long been used by acupuncturists in China. Those that are apprehensive about injections are surprised by how quickly and easily these injections can be performed. AIT should not really be compared to most injections given by western medicine. The needles for AIT are very fine and about the same size as conventional acupuncture needles. In fact, the syringes we use are the same size as those used by diabetics to give themselves injections several times per day. The injections are typically described as painless or mildly uncomfortable.
What is Acupoint Injection Therapy (AIT)?
Acupoint injection therapy is the injection of small amounts of sterile saline solution, homeopathics or other natural therapeutic substances into acupuncture points administered by a qualified acupuncturist. Just like acupuncture, fine needles are inserted into trigger points underneath the skin or muscles themselves. By stimulating powerful acupuncture points with proven natural substances, we can affect the body on a much deeper level and promote a healing climate. This therapy reduces pain, improves circulation and promotes overall health and well-being.
Benefits of AIT
- Reduces pain
- Improves joint mobility and environment
- Improves circulation
- Pain management
- Improves fatigue
- Enhances facial protocols
- Reduces inflammation
- Promotes overall health and well-being
What does AIT treat?
- Acute sprains and strains
- Neck, back, knee, hip and shoulder pain
- Sporting injuries
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Tennis elbow
- Muscle spasms
- Deep wrinkles and fine lines
- Any chronic condition that has failed to respond to other therapies
Homeopathic injectables for pain relief
TRAUMEEL: muscular pain, arthritic pain, inflammation, sporting injuries, bruising
ZEEL: symptoms associated with osteoarthritis including mild to moderate pain, articular stiffness, inflammation
What to expect?
Wear loose comfortable clothing that allows for easy access to treated area. Expect your visit to last approximately 15 minutes. Sterile single use, hair thin needles are used to deliver the injectables in a safe and pain free manner.