Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Day

Catch up to your MS, don’t let it overtake you

How does Neuro-Acupuncture help Multiple Sclerosis?

Improve quality of life

Improves associated symptoms such as sleep, urination and pain

Reduce inflammation

Regulates immune system to decrease the inflammation process

Increases blood flow

Encourages CSF flow to nourish the brain and neurons to improve function

Reduce stress How does acupuncture help fertility

Regulates nerve activity

Regulating activity of spinal neurons responsible for movement

Balances hormones How acupuncture works

Improve quality of life

Improves associated symptoms such as sleep, urination and pain

Reduces inflamation How acupuncture works

Reduce inflammation

Regulates immune system to decrease the inflammation process

Increases blood flow How acupuncture works

Increases blood flow

Encourages CSF flow to nourish the brain and neurons to improve function

Reduce stress How does acupuncture help fertility

Regulates nerve activity

Regulating activity of spinal neurons responsible for movement

Next Day Friday, January 15th, 2pm to 5pm Starts In:

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If you are interested in this event and would like a complimentary Neuro-Acupuncture treatment for MS, please click the “Apply For a Free Treatment” button below and fill out the form.

Once your submitted application has been approved by our acupuncturists you will you be contacted by our team.

Get on top of the disease and associated symptoms such as:

Balance
Fatigue
Spasticity
Incontinence
Joint Pain and Rigidity
Muscle weakness
Emotional (Depression & anxiety)

How does Neuro-Acupuncture benefit MS patients?

The earlier the intervention, the better the prognosis. Our therapy assists in several ways:

 
  • To stimulate communication between the scalp’s somatotopic system and the central nervous and endocrine systems

  • To promote perfusion in the brain, restoring blood and oxygen to brain cells and to enhance the healing process

  • To increase energy and improve mood, thereby allowing for a more productive recovery process

How our practitioners have helped people with Multiple Sclerosis:

Why Our Acupuncturists Are Unique

Dr Evan Pritchard our practitioner team img

Dr Evan Pritchard

SENIOR ACUPUNCTURIST & CHINESE MEDICINE PRACTITIONER

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Dr Scott Ling

CHIEF ACUPUNCTURIST & CHINESE MEDICINE PRACTITIONER

Dr Jingjing Yu our practitioner team img

Dr Jing Jing Yu

SENIOR ACUPUNCTURIST & CHINESE MEDICINE PRACTITIONER

Dr Jacqueline Heng our practitioner team img

Dr Jacqueline Heng

SENIOR ACUPUNCTURIST & CHINESE MEDICINE PRACTITIONER

Next Day Friday, January 15th, 2pm to 5pm Starts In:

Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

If you are interested in this event and would like a complimentary Neuro-Acupuncture treatment for MS, please click the “Apply For a Free Treatment” button below and fill out the form.

Once your submitted application has been approved by our acupuncturists you will you be contacted by our team.

Only 6 appointments

 

  1. Li, J., Zhong, D., Ye, J., He, M., Liu, X., Zheng, H., Jin, R. and Zhang, S., 2019. Rehabilitation for balance impairment in patients after stroke: a protocol of a systematic review and network meta-analysis. BMJ Open, 9(7), p.e026844.

  2. Lee, M., Ryu, J., Won, S., Namgung, U., Jung, J., Lee, S. and Park, J., 2019. Effects of Acupuncture on Chronic Stress-Induced Depression-Like Behavior and Its Central Neural Mechanism. Frontiers in Psychology, 10.

  3. Kim, J., Seo, B., Choi, J., Kim, H., Kim, T., Lee, M., Kang, K., Kim, J., Shin, K., Lee, S., Jung, S., Kim, A., Shin, M., Jung, H., Park, H., Kim, S., Baek, Y., Hong, K. and Choi, S., 2015. Acupuncture for chronic fatigue syndrome and idiopathic chronic fatigue: a multicenter, nonblinded, randomized controlled trial. Trials, 16(1).

  4. Karpatkin, H., Napolione, D. and Siminovich-Blok, B., 2014. Acupuncture and Multiple Sclerosis: A Review of the Evidence. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014, pp.1-9.

  5. Hao, J., Cheng, W., Liu, M., Li, H., Lü, X. and Sun, Z., 2013. Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis with Chinese Scalp Acupuncture. Global Advances in Health and Medicine, 2(1), pp.8-13.

  6. Zhu, Y., Yang, Y. and Li, J., 2019. Does acupuncture help patients with spasticity? A narrative review. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 62(4), pp.297-301.

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