Acupuncture for Headaches Boynton Beach | Acupuncture Zen


Acupuncture for Headaches Boynton Beach | Acupuncture Zen

Acupuncture for Headaches Boynton Beach | Acupuncture Zen. Headaches present themselves in a unique way in Chinese medicine theory. If the headache is located on the forehead it is associated with the stomach. If it is on the top of the head it is indicating the core issue is with the liver organ system. If it is behind the eyes or at the back of the neck, the occiput, then it is related to the bladder system or meridian and if it is at the sides of the heat then it is the gall bladder. So a headache is not just a headache as there is a relationship to the body as a whole. This is one of the ways acupuncture and Chinese medicine is utilized. By regulating the body’s energy, there can be more harmony in communication with the organ systems and how they communicate with each other.

Acupuncture moves the body’s energy or Qi. When this energy is abundant and there is a free flow of Qi there is harmony. When this energy gets stuck whether it be from physical, emotional and mental disharmony, dietary or exercise related issues or imbalances, then the regulation of this idea or theory of acupuncture and Chinese medicine can be employed to deliver the required and satisfactory results related to headaches and migraines.

Acupuncture for headaches Boynton Beach | Acupuncture Zen has specialized training in headaches form personalized study in five Chinese medical hospitals including Anhui University of Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital #1 & #2 in the city of Hefei, Anhui and Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Yueyang hospital #1 & #2 and also Shuguang Hospital.

Dr. Tony Willcox has taken personalized training with world leaders in the field of Acupuncture and still increasing his knowledge after ten years of clinical practice to fulfill a PhD. with the Chinese education department in Acupuncture at Hefei city in Anhui province under the direction of the president of the Anhui University of Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital, Dr. Yang Jun, a world renowned acupuncture specialist who lectures throughout the world.

Using acupuncture to treat headaches is preferential due to no side effects from treatment and the results speak for themselves at Acupuncture Zen.

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