Cervical pain

Cervical pain

Through the lens of Chinese medicine pains in the cervical area are produced between others, by areas of stagnant energy storage. Disturbances in the conduction of energy that can manifest as dizziness, pain and various difficulties in moving the neck. This energy disorder subsequently may develop disease in the organ or system concerned.

The usual practice in allopathic medicine is use against pain, inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxants, painkillers, or drugs to relieve pain, and sometimes even collars to keep the neck extended and motionless. The results are not always the expected, since all these drugs did not act on the real problem, which are disorders of energy in the area.

Chinese Acupuncture and Korean Acupuncture work directly on these inflamed areas normalizing by the energy flow. Many times in only one session, the patient feels a great improvement in their symptoms.

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