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Acupuncture & Prostate Health

AcupunctureandProstateHealth_300Whether you are looking to reduce your risk of Prostate Disease or treat an existing condition, Acupuncture may be able to help. Because of its holistic approach, Acupuncture treats the whole person and can help relieve symptoms associated with Prostate problems like frequent and painful urination.

A report titled Traditional Chinese Medicine and Prostate Health published by Pacific College found Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to be effective in the treatment of Prostatitis, Urinary Tract Infections, and symptoms associated with Prostate Cancer supportive care.

There have been multiple studies that have proven Acupuncture helpful. A Chinese study published in 2008 found that ElectroAcupuncture, a form of Acupuncture, had a 96.4 percent rate of effectiveness for treatment.

In modern practice of Acupuncture, each patient is assessed individually, and given a treatment plan to reduce their symptoms. Acupuncture accomplishes this by addressing the body as a whole and using Acupuncture points to treat the underlying Organ imbalance that then return the body to a restored sense of health .

One of the principles behind this practice is that our bodies have a natural energy flowing through them at all times. When our body’s energies become blocked or stagnant, our bodies are susceptible to disease and illness, including Prostate Cancer and Prostatitis.

Prostate Cancer is one of the most common forms of Cancer among men in the United States with around 290,000 new cases diagnosed each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you are at risk or currently dealing with Prostate Cancer or Prostatitis, you are not alone.

Consider Acupuncture as a complimentary, natural treatment to address your entire system, reduce symptoms associated with Prostate problems and bring your body back to a balanced state.

Give me a call today to give your body the treatment it deserves.  310. 450. 9711.



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