Acupuncture and the treatment of Parkinson’s disease
- Posted on: Jun 26 2019
Clinical research shows that acupuncture can provide relief of both motor and non-motor symptoms to patient’s suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
Patients with Parkinson’s disease can have number of symptoms related to their diagnosis. Whether it is pain, tremors, impaired cognitive abilities, sleep disorders, fatigue, constipation, weight disorders, and psychiatric conditions such as depression/anxiety, Acupuncture is a safe and effective drug-free alternative for managing these symptoms. Acupuncture has few to no side effects. Combining acupuncture with drug-based treatment has the ability to increase quality of life and improve daily living activities.
Methods of treatment would include scalp acupuncture, body acupuncture, along with Moxibustion and Chinese herbs.
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