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Professional Experience

Acupuncture is used to restore discomfort associated with various diseases. Tradicional Medicine is complementary to Current Medicine. Allways respecting  the recommendations of your doctor.

Acupuncture is a form of treatment that involves inserting very thin needles through a person’s skin at specific points on the body, to various depths.


The NCCIH (National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health) note that it has been proven to help in cases of:
•    Low back pain.
•    Neck pain.
•    Osteoarthritis.
•    Knee pain.
•    Headache and migraine.


In 2003, the World Health Organization (WHO) listed several conditions in which they say acupuncture has been proven effective.


 These include:
•    High and low blood pressure.
•    Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
•    Some gastric conditions, including peptic ulcer.
•    Painful periods.
•    Dysentery.
•    Allergic rhinitis.
•    Facial pain.
•    Morning sickness.
•    Rheumatoid arthritis.
•    Sprains.
•    Tennis elbow.
•    Sciatica.
•    Dental pain.
•    Reducing the risk of stroke.
•    Inducing labor.

•    Fibromyalgia.
•    Neuralgia.
•    Post-operative convalescence
•    Substance, tobacco, and alcohol dependence.
•    Spine pain.
•    Stiff neck.
•    Vascular dementia.
•    Whooping cough, or pertussis.
•    Tourette syndrome.



The treatments in which that I specialized in, based on my experience in my clinic are as follows:


•    Migraine.

•    Dental Pain

•    Weightloss.

•    Fibriomialgia.

•    Facial Rejuvenation.

•    Trigeminal Neuralgia.

•    Stomach problems.

•    Irritable bowel, dysentery.

•    Childrens with anxiety, adhd, allergyes and asthma.

•    Adverse reactions to radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy.

•    Cervicalgia, low back pain, epicondylitis, osteoarthritis, neck pain.

•    Stress, insomnia, depression, sleep disorder, anxiety, eating disorders.

•    Gynecological problems such as endometriosis, PCOS, infertility (men and women)

•    Prenatal and Postpartum.

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