Who is acupuncturist?
An acupuncturist is a doctor who specializes in acupuncture (acupuncture). The profession of acupuncture therapist appeared a very long time ago, and remains popular to this day.
In the modern world acupuncturists are specialists with higher medical education (most often these are neurologists or neurologists) who have received special education in acupuncture and, accordingly, received the necessary certificate that allows them to engage in this type of treatment. In today's world it is not so difficult to get a certificate of acupuncture, so if you have already decided to turn to this specialist, be sure to have a higher medical education, which implies a good knowledge of human anatomy. Otherwise, you run the risk of getting to an unqualified specialist whose treatment may not produce any result or, in the worst case, can even harm your health only through the banal lack of good knowledge of anatomy and human physiology.
When should I go to an acupuncture therapist?
Acupuncture therapist can be treated in the presence of any disease that gives you discomfort. Naturally, the disease should not be in the acute stage. Before starting treatment with an acupuncture therapist, you need to seek the advice of a therapist and then after the treatment prescribed by the therapist, you can take an acupuncture course for the best performance.
Needle reflexotherapy is not desirable to be used as the only independent method of treating a particular disease, it should be in addition to a specific type of treatment. Also, acupuncturist can be contacted if you need to relieve stress or stress, in which case acupuncture is perfectly acceptable as an independent treatment method.
Contraindication to the appeal to acupuncture therapist is the presence of malignant neoplasms in the body, blood cancer, infectious diseases of various genesis, active tuberculosis, the state of acute poisoning, treatment with hormonal drugs, elevated body temperature.