Electroacupuncture is part of traditional Chinese medicine, which also includes acupuncture. In Chinese medicine, the aim of electroacupuncture is to stimulate or balance the flow of energy (called “qi”) in your body, which is believed to affect the body’s natural function and its ability to heal itself.

Which problems are addressed with electroacupuncture?

In the West, electroacupuncture is often associated with its beneficial effects on pain management, as it is a popular complementary treatment for exis. However, a well-trained therapist can use it to treat a wider range of diseases. Electroacupuncture activates the body, decongests and balances the organs, improving their function and increasing the vitality of the human body. The electroacupuncturist generates a gentle electric pulse on the appropriate acupuncture points. Currently, the World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes the effectiveness of acupuncture for more than 40 common disorders.

Electroacupuncture is a safe, natural and effective detoxification method which helps you eliminate the harmful and toxic substances which accumulate in your body every day.

Nowadays that our bodies are burdened daily by our modern, stressful, hectic lifestyle and the environment, which is full of chemicals and radiation, more and more people understand the importance of detoxification and seek effective and fast solutions. At our Center, we suggest the following proven methods for general and specialized detoxification of the body.