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Using Acupuncture For Pain Relief

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During my stay at the Harvard Medical School, I had the opportunity to discover acupuncture, how it works, and what it can really do. I had for a long time been amazed by this technique, usually seen in movies, involving Chinese tradition or culture. Still, how it was done remained a complete mystery in my mind. I learned throughout the case studies that the needles were placed according to meridians, also called lines of energy, that acupuncture is useful for persistent painful conditions, headaches, post operative pains, addiction cure, menopausal symptoms, adverse reactions to chemotherapy, and even pain related to arthritis.

Yes, I was amazed about how such a cure could be almost universal. Until I stopped by the pain clinic later for a stress issue: The person that left that clinic was not the one that entered. I was a changed and relaxed person. It was magic. It was science. It was where both universes met.

 

 

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