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Psoriasis 

Psoriasis could be divided into five types. Psoriasis vulgaris is the most common type of psoriasis. It is initially red papules or rash, then, expands gradually or merged into a flake. The surface is covered with multi-layer gray or silver white scales; Intertriginous psoriasis usually appears at the folding parts of the human body such as armpits, groin and reproductive areas, generally without any scales to be seen, the only the erythema. Guttate psoriasis usually arises in the torso among children and the onset of the disease is often related to streptococcal infection of the upper respiratory tract. Pustular psoriasis is generally seen in the palm of the hands and fingertips. The main feature of this kind is that the aggregated pustules are always filled with non-infectious pus. Erythrodermic psoriasis is the most serious type of all psoriases. It could bring about the lowering of body temperature, hypoproteinemia and high output heart failure. Generally, large areas of burn-like erythema and skin peeling are seen on the patients’ bodies.

Treatment of psoriasis with traditional Chinese medicines

The syndrome differentiation and treatment of psoriasis mainly involve removing pathogenic heat from the blood and toxic material from the body, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, nourishing blood and removing toxins, where the central idea of treatment is “treatment from blood aspect”. Therefore, Chinese medicines for regulating blood conditions are considered to be effective, including Chinese medicines that can cool blood, nourish blood and promote blood circulation. Cooling-blood Chinese medicines are divided into those that can cool blood to be antipyretic and those that can cool blood to stop bleeding. In addition, since psoriasis has the characteristics of toxin-damage of the choroid, antipyretic-detoxicate Chinese medicines are used frequently.

Ms. Ting Wang

Member of British Acupuncture Council (BAcC)

Clinician in Neurology department, Heilongjiang University of TCM Hospital

MSc. in Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture), London South Bank University

BSc. in Clinical Discipline of Chinese and Western Integrative, Heilongjiang University of TCM

                                         

What you should know?

Acupuncture rarely ‘hurts‘. The most that people experience is a dull ache around the base of the inserted needle, or a slight tingling feeling when the needle is inserted. Points at the extremities, like toe or finger ends, can sometimes be a little sharp, but the sensation is usually brief.

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Case Study

August 6th 2018

Patient Presentation 

A 45 year old male is with erythematous scaly annular plaques, scattered on his limbs, which is extraordinary itchy.

The itch was managed by taking anti-boitic and steroid cream fro 3 months.

However, when the patient stopped taking the drug, the skin condition has became even worse and peeled off, he also complained with never pain through out whole back muscle, and the fatigue. 

He has kept his diet off from gluten, dairy and alcohol already.

 

Nov 1st 2018

Patient Presentation

After 3-months Herbal drink and weekly based acupuncture treatment. 

We can clearly see that, the scaly annular plaques are waned to disappearing up to toes now and the flesh skin are replacing the erythematous. 

The skin on the arms and hands becomes same colour to the finger now, which was severe different at the beginning.

The patient states that the itch is 60% improved, he is generally feeling energetic and confident now.

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