Treating back pain with acupuncture.
Hi, in this section we’re going to demonstrate a few techniques that can be used for treating back pain with acupuncture. So the first thing I want to do is swab some points, and this will just be a little cold on the skin. And Johnny here has been kind enough to volunteer to act as a model for us.
And now that we’ve swabbed the points, we can go ahead and get our single-use needles to perform a little bit of acupuncture. So some of the points are locally, because he’s actually got a lot of muscle spasms in his back, and if you or them were going to work more on the meridians and the lines of energy that the acupuncture needles work so well with. And we’re using the filiform needles, and we’re just going to paper and find a good spot, and tap that in, and just do a little bit of stimulation, and he can give us some feedback if he gets any sensation other than that first initial tap, he’ll let us know.
Good. So those are local area points that we’re doing. These points also have some great effects on the various organs as well, and the Chinese energetic organs are little bit different from the real organs. So with this, we’re not only helping him with some pain and spasm, but we’re actually going to help his Chinese energetic liver, which will help his stress. Which sitting in front of this camera for him is probably slightly stressful. This point, we call it DU-14, is actually excellent for releasing some heat, which, ’cause I did do a little bit of intake with him beforehand, to see, kind of diagnostically what kinds of issues I might needed to work with for him. So once we get these needles inserted, we’re going to let him rest quietly here for about twenty minutes to let them get the energy moving and help with the stagnation that’s creating some of his pain. All right. We’re going to go ahead and let you relax comfortably there for a while, enjoy your acupuncture.
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