Acupuncture is a key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It uses needling, cupping and scraping to target meridians, acupuncture points in human body. Acupuncture is effective to treat many conditions such as:
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Back pain
- Muscle Strain
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
Fu’s Subcutaneous Acupuncture
Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN), originated from Chinese traditional acupuncture. This procedure is performed by inserting a special trocar needle into the subcutaneous layer around the afflicted spot to achieve the desired effect.
FSN place more emphasis on the modern scientific neurophysiology and anatomy, This makes FSN a modern form of acupuncture to some extent. FSN is confined to the subcutaneous layer, it doesn’t go deep into the muscles, so it is non aggressive with minimal to no pain.
Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN) is a therapeutic approach for
- Musculoskeletal painful disorders. FSN could provide immediate and significant relief of the pain in trigger points more effectively than anesthesia.
- Frozen Shoulder
- Muscle Strain
- Facial Paralysis
- Internal Medicine & Gynaecology
- Chronic Gastritis
- Chronic Cholecystitis
Uses a smooth-edged tool to stroke your skin while they press on it.
Cupping is believed that the suction created by the cup encourages blood flow—and this increased circulation may promote healing and reduce pain.
Guasha & Cupping are good for:
- Stimulating blood circulation
- Release the fascia and reduce muscle tension
- Expelling cold and dampness from the body (warming the meridians) to relive pain symptoms