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Moxa+Acupuncture

Moxa comes along with Acupuncture treatment

There are two main types of moxibustion: direct and indirect. The technique most commonly used today, indirect moxibustion, often involves burning moxa close to the acupuncture needle.

Moxibustion is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant materials called “moxa” are burned on or very near the surface of the skin. The intention is to warm and invigorate the flow of Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences. Moxa is a substance created from dried leaves of the herbs mugwort or wormwood.

Prior to the treatment

wear comfortable clothing, Make sure you are not too full or too staving

During the treatment

During the moxibustion treatment, a lit moxa stick will be placed above acupoints.

After the treatment

keep the treatment area clean and drykeep the treatment area clean and dry

Why choose Acupro for your treatment?

AcuPro Clinic has its core specialists based in China, who are able to instruct the London based practitioners to update all the research and experience from China. We believe that learning is an endless process. As the main academic circle of Chinese medicine is in China and the high demand for Chinese medicine treatment which provides significant case studies to do the research with. We make sure we are updated about the new research and therapeutic method to provide the most effective treatment for our patients.

Results

Results usually seen within 3 treatments

FAQ

Does Moxa burn the skin?
No moxa does not burn the skin. It not apply to skin directly
Should there be any mark / burns?
There should not be any marks.
Moxa+Acupuncture
Moxa+Acupuncture
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