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What are different types of Acupuncture techniques ?

Acupuncture is the practice of inserting thin needles into specific body points to improve overall health. The needles may be inserted, manipulated for a minute or two and removed or they may be left for fifteen to thirty minutes without any stimulation. Thin needles are used to stimulate
specific points in the body. These points lie on energy pathways called meridians.
Acupuncture treatments are designed to improve the flow and balance of energy along these
meridians.
There are a lot of different ways of practicing acupuncture :
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
The human body is filled with lines or channels through which the energy of the body flows.
These channels function as points of entry into the body, called acupuncture points.
Acupuncture is the practice of inserting fine sterile stainless steel needles into these
points to remove blockages and imbalances in the body’s energy flow.
Japanese Acupuncture
The practitioner uses touch diagnose ailments and to find the exact location of the
relevant acupuncture point. Once the correct points are located, the practitioner uses
a guiding tube to shallowly insert very thin needles.
Korean Hand Acupuncture
In Korean hand acupuncture, a subtype of Korean acupuncture generally, the hand is seen
as a microcosm of the body, and practitioners can assess and address conditions anywhere
on a patient’s body simply by applying treatment to the hands.
Auricular acupuncture
It believes that the ear is a microcosm of the body. This means that acupuncture needles are placed on certain points on the ear so it can treat certain addiction disorders.
Classical Acupuncture
The five elements are fire, earth, metal, water and wood, which correspond to emotions that
must remain in balance in order to maintain health. A practitioner using this technique
assesses factors such as skin color, vocal sound, body odor, emotional state, and pulse,
using the information gathered to diagnose and treat the imbalance.

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