Neuroanatomical acupuncture is a scientific application of the ancient Chinese practice of inserting needles at strategic points on the body in order to promote healing. It utilizes neuroanatomical science and evidence to develop treatment plans.
It can be used to treat many health problems and conditions, including:
- Chronic headaches and migraines
- Chronic pain
- Digestive problems
- Dry Mouth
- Dry Eyes
- Hormone-related symptoms
- Sleep problems
- Cancer (as a complementary therapy, approved by your cancer team)
Neuroanatomical acupuncture works by re-educating the brain and nervous system. It incorporates the latest scientific evidence for treating problems, as well as collects and adopts all reliable and repeatable protocols.
Past U.S. presidents have been treated with this technique. The U.S. military has a version of it for the battlefield. Many studies yielding positive results in acupuncture use neuroanatomical techniques. A phase-III multicentered trial is using it to treat the dry-mouth side effect of certain cancers.