Acupuncture, and Chinese Medicine in general, is understood to be a process. It is trying to stimulate the body’s own natural healing capabilities. Some people respond quickly, and others take more time. Common sense would dictate that the longer a person has had a condition, the longer it might take for it to reverse, though every so often, a person with a seemingly intractable problem responds very quickly. You should plan on a course of six to ten treatments to either effect a cure, relieve symptoms totally, or partially, or to see no response. After this initial course of treatments, a blueprint can be determined as to how to proceed from there.
Author: Claudia Weitkemper
Claudia Weitkemper is Women’s Health specialist and her passion is to help you raise your vibration, heal Body, Mind & Spirit, balance your hormones and help you with fertility challenges. She utilizes Acupuncture, Western and Chinese Herbs, Bach flowers, Whole Food Supplements, Energy Healing, Nutrition, and Lifestyle consulting, Coaching, as well as Yoga techniques to treat and restore your well-being.