It Is Suitable For
· Those seeking for Pain Management Treatment in Bangkok.
· Those with pain management issues or chronic pain.
· Those with allergies, migraines, insomnia, asthma, inflammation or sinusitis.
· Those who wish to improve their post-stroke paralysis.
· Those who wish to improve their migraine, sinusitis or inflammation in the body.
What is Acupuncture?
In the Traditional Chinese Medicine system, the body’s internal condition is a delicate balance of two opposing but interconnected forces – the yin and yang.
Traditional Chinese Medicine describes as much as 356 mapped points situated on meridians or channels of energy flow on the surface of our body. Chinese medicine claims that there are 12 principal meridians and 8 supplementary meridians and that there are more than 2,000 acupoints on the body that connect with them. Interestingly, the correlations are consistent with clinical observations and findings that have existed for hundreds of years. Fine needles (32-36 gauge) are inserted into body areas called acupoints.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the needles can influence the flow of energy in the meridians that form a network over and inside the body. These meridians work to regulate and support bodily functions.
How It Works
Fine, hair-thin and soft stainless steel needles (single-use) are inserted to a depth of 4-25 mm and left in place for a prescribed period (from a few seconds to several minutes). Generally, 6 – 12 needles (and sometimes more) are inserted at several acupoints.
Advantages and Limitations of Acupuncture
· Helps manage pain
· Reduces inflammation
· Relieves discomfort
· Manages various types of pain (back, dental, labor, chemotherapy-induced, head, neck, menstrual)
· Helps improve osteoarthritis
· Improves energy / relaxation
· Improves blood circulation
· Risk of soreness and minor bruising, fatigue, muscle twitching and light-headedness (temporary)
· Not suitable for those with a bleeding disorder, have a pacemaker or are pregnant
Acupuncture Post Care
· Make sure the activities you engage are light and relaxing
· Only light exercise is allowed for a few days after the procedure
· Use heat to help with the healing process
· Avoid alcohol and coffee for at least 2 days after the procedure
· Maintain healthy diet and stay hydrated
Contraindications for Acupuncture
· The use of points LI 4; SP 6; UB 60, 67 and sacral foraminal points B 31, 32, 33, 34 during pregnancy
· Patients with uncontrolled movements
· Oedematous limb at risk of lymphoedema
· Spinal instability
· Scars, keloids, recent incisional wounds, or skin with sensory deficit
· Intracapusular points in the case where the patient is on anticoagulant therapy or is a haemophiliac
Q1: Is acupuncture painful?
A1: Acupuncture is done using hair-thin needles. Most people report feeling minimal pain as the needle is inserted. The needle is inserted at a point, which produces a sensation of pressure or ache.
Q2: Do western medical doctors approve of acupuncture?
A2: Yes. There are approximately 6,500 licensed acupuncturists in the U.S. In addition, the World Health Organization currently recognizes more than 40 medical problems which can be helped by acupuncture treatment. The FDA regulates acupuncture needles as medical devices.
Q3: How do I prepare myself before an acupuncture session?
A3: The best way to prepare is to eat a snack or a light meal before treatment so the you body has sufficient energy to work with. If possible it is best to wear loose clothing so that your arms and legs are accessible for treatment. After treatment we recommend you drink a glass of water to help stabilize your energy.
Q4: Can I receive acupuncture when I am pregnant?
A4: Acupuncture is safe during pregnancy and can help relieve many pregnancy and postpartum conditions. Because there are some acupuncture points that are contraindicated during pregnancy it is important to inform the practitioner if you are pregnant. Acupuncture is recommended during your first trimester to help assist embryo development, prevent miscarriage, and address any other symptoms that may arise.
[Clinic Name] Yanhee Hospital
[Location] Bangkok, Thailand
[Nearest Station/ Nearest Tourist Destination] Walking distance to shopping places, FamilyMart, Horseriding place, Futsal Court and 1 min walk to bus station (Bang Phlat).
[Clinic Opening Time] Open 24 hours
||30 - 60 mins
|Number of Postoperative Visit
||Possible temporary soreness and minor bruising
||Consultation Fee ranges from USD 17 - 33
||No cancellation fees will be charged if you notify your cancellation at least 48 hrs before
|Include In This Price
||Online Consultation Fee
|| Yanhee International Hospital Charan Sanitwong Road, Bang Ao, Bang Phlat, Bangkok, Thailand