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Acupuncture is one of the treatment methods of Chinese medicine. Fine needles are being inserted at chosen acupuncture points to stimulate and move the Qi ( Energie) to activate the healing process in the body.

Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of conditions including:

  • Headaches/Migraines

  • Digestive problems

  • Respiratory conditions

  • Hay fever, Asthma  and other allergies

  • Sleep disorders

  • Menstruation and Menopause symptoms

  • Nervousness and restlessness 

  • Tinnitus

  • Tiredness and exhaustion

  •  Burnout symptoms

  • Muscular and ligament tension or injuries

  • Vertebral disc problems

  • Joint pains or stiffness

  • Whiplash

  • General pain treatment

  • Scar Treatments following operations or childbirth

Japanese Acupuncture

Japanese acupuncture needles are very thin and are usually inserted only superficially which results in pain-free treatments.


Electro Acupuncture

Electro Acupuncture is based on the theories of Chinese acupuncture where acupuncture points are stimulated through needles and thereby the flow of Qi in the body is increased.


In electro acupuncture, a mild current of electricity is passed through the needles which further stimulates the acupuncture points. This technique is especially effective in treating sport injuries and muscle tension.

Ear Acupuncture

Ear acupuncture is a unique form of acupuncture that is based on the fact that the whole body and its acupuncture points is represented on the external ear. Therefore, treating ailments and conditions via the external ear is another effective treatment method.


A variety of conditions can be treated using acupuncture needles or small, semi-permament needles that adhere to the skin of the external ear. This method has been shown to be especially effective in treating chronic conditions.


Implant Acupunture

Similar to ear acupuncture, this form of acupuncture treats the points of the body that are represented on the external ear. However, in implant acupuncture metal-free extremely small  needles are implanted just below the skin. These needles dissolve by themselves in around 3 months.

This form of acupuncture is well-suited to time-specific conditions such as hay fever, migraines, tinnitus or for supporting people as they quit smoking.

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