Scientific Sessions


Acupuncture is a minimally invasive technique that stimulates nerve-rich areas on the skin's surface to affect numerous physiological processes, tissues, glands, and organs. This ancient Chinese medical practice involves inserting hair-thin needles into specific locations on the skin to treat a range of ailments. The fundamental belief underlying acupuncture is that blockages or disturbances in the body's life energy, or "qi," can result in health issues. By inserting needles at specific acupuncture points throughout the body, acupuncturists aim to restore qi flow, balance the body's energy, promote healing, and induce relaxation. While each needle causes a minor injury at the insertion site, it is generally painless and sends a signal to the body to stimulate the immune system, improve circulation, promote wound healing, and reduce pain.

  • Chinese Acupuncture
  • Korean Acupuncture
  • Electro Acupuncture
  • Auricular Acupuncture
  • Japanese Acupuncture
  • French Energetic Acupuncture