Acupuncture Point Injection Therapy Now Available at Beaches Acupuncture Clinic

Joyce Lockwood, DOM, AP,FL #1094

Acupuncture Injection Therapy (AIT) involves the injection of small
amounts of natural therapeutic substances, such as homeopathic
remedies or vitamins, into specific acupuncture points by an AIT certified
Acupuncture Physician.
As with acupuncture, fine needles are inserted into acupuncture points or
trigger points just under the skin or into the muscles. The combination of
Classical Acupuncture and small amounts of medicinal/botanical
substances enhances and prolongs the therapeutic effect. This makes
AIT particularly effective for the resolution of acute and chronic pain,
autoimmune conditions, fatigue and other hard to treat symptoms.

Available AIT Treatments Include Homeopathies by Heel, the worlds
leading producer of homeopathic combination products, with worldwide
distribution since 1936:
Traumeel: Muscular pain, joint pain, sports injuries, and bruising.
Helpful for patients on multiple medications, or with sensitivity to NSAIDs.

Zeel: Mild to moderate arthritic pain, osteoarthritis, and joint stiffness.
Helpful for patients with sensitivity to NSAIDs, or with chronic conditions
requiring safe and effective treatment for long term relief.

Engystol: Stimulates the nonspecific defense system in viral infections
such as influenza, cold sores and fever conditions.
Spascupreel: Gastrointestinal spasms and menstrual cramps as well
as general muscle spasms.

Vitamin B12: (Methlycobalamin) Vitamin B12 deficiency can
potentially cause severe damage to the brain and nervous system. Even
at “Low Normal” levels patients may experience a range of symptoms
such as: fatigue, depression, and poor memory. Used successfully in
treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Acupuncture Injection Therapy is a gentle, synergistic way to enhance
your health.

Call for a free 15-minute consultation!

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