The practice of Acupuncture addresses a number of medical conditions, such as pain, depression and neurological injuries by stimulating meridian points to enhance energy distribution and to influence the brain’s nerve signals to release the body’s natural healing hormones.
Acupuncture is a science that includes many different treatment methods. For example, platelet-rich plasma injections are administered to relieve pain and to stimulate reparative cells for musculoskeletal injuries. The process of PRP injections include the extraction of a small amount of blood from the body and isolating the blood’s platelets in a centrifuge. The platelets are then injected into areas of the body that have suffered a musculoskeletal injury, such as the muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments. The injections are effective for promoting healing in areas of the body that has limited blood flow and a lack of access to internal healing resources, such as hormones and reparative cells.
Alternative Technique to Administer Vital Nutrients
Myer’s Cocktail is an effective method for delivering nutrients and vitamins to the body, intravenously. This treatment method is effective because it allows practitioners to deliver elements directly into the blood stream, which bypasses filtration through the digestive system. Intravenous administration has the ability to reach serum concentrations that cannot be achieved through other methods, such as taking a pill. Patients that benefit the most from Myer’s Cocktail treatments are those who suffer from fibromyalgia, depression, stress, chronic fatigue syndrome and more.
The powerful mixture of compounds for a Myer’s Cocktail facilitates the improvement and promotion of healthy cellular function. Myers Cocktail ingredients, include:
Extraction of Metallic Toxins from the Human Body
When the body is overrun by heavy metals it is essentially a sign of poisoning. Chelation therapy is an effective way to treat exposure to toxic elements that can cause serious illness or death. The type of heavy metal poisoning an individual is exposed to determines the chelation treatment method, which can include intravenous, oral or intramuscular administration. The metals that it treats, include mercury, plutonium, lead, arsenic and other toxic elements.
The detection of toxic metals in the body is discovered by testing the urine and blood. Once a diagnosis and chelation treatment method is devised, then the patient is administered chelating therapy by receiving an agent, such as ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid or 2,3-Dimercapto-1-propanesulfonic acid, which binds to toxic metals and excretes it in urine.