Traditional treatments such as Chinese acupuncture sometimes emerge as effective options for therapy. This method has been tested and published in numerous medical journals worldwide, demonstrating excellent efficacy in pain relief and stress reduction. At our clinic in Valia, we offer Chinese acupuncture services using small, medical-grade needles, resulting in minimal discomfort during treatment. We use these needles to target various areas of the body to address pain and various health issues. We provide acupuncture therapy to over a hundred patients per week, ensuring complete satisfaction with our treatment experience.

Chinese acupuncture is a therapeutic modality rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine, originating approximately 3000 years ago. It is utilized for rehabilitation and pain reduction by stimulating acupuncture points, also known as “breathing points,” distributed throughout the body.

The concept of acupuncture is based on the theory of Chinese medicine, which suggests the presence of two forces or energies in the body known as “yin” and “yang.” According to this theory, when there is imbalance or disturbance in these forces, it negatively impacts health, and acupuncture is a means to regulate the body’s balance and restore it to its natural state.

Furthermore, recent research has shown that Chinese acupuncture stimulates the immune system, as well as the nervous and hormonal systems, and the cardiovascular system. Therefore, Chinese acupuncture is considered an advanced option for healthcare.


Structuring and administering Chinese acupuncture in physiotherapy:

Step 1: Initial Review and Assessment

During the initial assessment and consultation phase, we analyze and explore the factors and causes of illness rapidly, enabling us to accurately diagnose the condition.

Step 2: Spinal Correction and Physiotherapy

After identifying specific symptoms, we can choose a customized treatment plan based on physiotherapy, aiming to correct spinal alignment, expedite healing, and alleviate pain.

Step 3: Medical Analysis and Consultations

The physician summarizes your specific symptoms and provides appropriate advice, aiming to facilitate rapid body rehabilitation and regain good health and strength.


How does acupuncture feel?

We use thin needles measuring 0.2mm, making the acupuncture process virtually painless, and patients may feel slight discomfort. The needle size contributes to a comfortable experience, and in some cases, patients may feel so relaxed that they drift off during the treatment session.

The needles may touch blood vessels or small nerves, which may cause some discomfort. In such cases, it is advisable for the patient to communicate with the therapist to slightly adjust the needle’s position, and the therapist will do so gently to minimize pain.


More than 100 research studies indicate the effectiveness of Chinese acupuncture in treating a variety of symptoms, including:

1. Back pain
2. Shoulder pain
3. Knee pain
4. Neck pain
5. Joint stiffness
6. Rheumatoid arthritis
7. Headaches and migraines
8. High and low blood pressure
9. Gastrointestinal diseases such as stomach ulcers and indigestion
10. Menstrual pain
11. Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and seeking treatment using Chinese acupuncture techniques, rely on our expertise in Valia in this field to ensure you receive proper care.

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