What is Acupuncture and how does it work?
Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine, sterile single use needles into specific spots to stimulate the body to heal itself. Traditional explanations of acupuncture involve its effect on improving the flow of qi (‘vital air/energy’ and referred to as ki by the Japanese) and on balancing Yin and Yang, a paradigm of health and disease that maps very closely to the Western concept of homeostasis. By stimulating specific points on the body with heat, pressure, or very fine needles, acupuncture practitioners are able to restore healthy function, thus resolving symptoms and reversing disease.
What does Acupuncture Treat?
Acupuncture can be used to treat nearly any condition because we focus the treatments on the root of the disease, not just symptoms. Acupuncture works by helping the body regain its balance (homeostasis). When the body is balanced, symptoms and disease processes are alleviated.
Vertebral Artery Insufficiency
Potential Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) or Mini Stroke because block artery cause not enough blood support brain.
You may feel suddenly mental confuse, finger numbness, suddenly blurry vision, unclear speech, loose balance, suddenly severe headache that never happen before.