Chinese scalp acupuncture is a contemporary acupuncture technique integrating traditional Chinese needling methods with Western medical knowledge of the brain. Scalp acupuncture is a modern technique with just 39 years of history. Scalp acupuncture has been proven to be the most effective technique for treating acute and chronic central nervous system disorders. Scalp acupuncture often produces remarkable results with just a few needles. It usually brings about immediate improvements, sometimes taking only several minutes. Scalp Acupuncture has proven an effective technique for patients who suffer from seriously debilitating conditions, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, Bell’s palsy, phantom limb pain, fibromyalgia, aphasia, vocal cord paralysis, Meniere’s syndrome, Down’s symdrome, seizures, PTSD, essential tremor and Parkinson’s Disease.
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Possible Treatment for Symptomatic ACII???
I just read two books on Scalp Acupuncture. The first, "From No Hope to Know Hope," was written by the mother of a child with Cerebral Palsy and, to be honest, her story was astonishing. After finishing her book, I immediately ordered the authoritative book on the subject, written by the doctor who brought this method to the US 25 years ago, Dr. Jason Hao. The results described in the case studies in this book are just as remarkable. Though we haven't tried this method yet ourselves (there are no practitioners in our area), as I was reading Dr. Hao's book I kept thinking about the potential benefits for symptomatic chiari and for cerebellar malformations. The book lists a whole host of nervous system disorders (with case studies), but I thought I would mention the following conditions specifically: Paralysis, Spinal Cord Injury, Dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), Vocal Cord Paralysis, Aphasia & Apraxia (speech disorders) & Seizures. Whether we are able to find a practitioner closer to home or have to travel to Dr. Hao's clinic in New Mexico, we hope to try this treatment in the future to help our daughter's mobility. Though our daughter's ACII is not symptomatic and she does not have any cerebellar problems, we will be anxious to hear from other who can use this treatment to help such conditions.”
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