Laser Acupuncture is a gentle and effective alternative to traditional acupuncture and as such is particularly well suited for use on the Young, Old or Nervous whether human or animal. When stimulated by Laser in this way wound healing is accelerated, thereby greatly enhancing recovery from accidental or post-surgical tissue trauma, soft tissue injuries, torn tendons, scarring or fractures, as well as being extremely effective in neutralising infection or where wounds are ‘non-healing’.

Laser Acupuncture is a gentle and effective alternative to traditional acupuncture and as such is particularly well suited for use on the Young, Old or Nervous whether human or animal. Disease arises when there is an imbalance or blockage that inhibits the homeostatic mechanisms of the body.

Using the meridian system of pathways, all parts of the body are unified. By stimulating specific points along these pathways Acupuncture can be used either Symptomatically or Constitutionally to produce the physiological changes necessary to restore balance and effect a healing response.

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Non invasive

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No infection control issues

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Painless

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Acupuncture and Laser Therapy may be used independently or in conjunction with each other. Acupuncture works on three levels — physical, mental and emotional — either in isolation or in combination. Laser Therapy, on the other hand, provides a valuable tool to accelerate the healing of many tissue and structural problems. Together they provide a very effective treatment modality covering the entire structure of the body.

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