Japanese Acupuncture

One of the treatment philosophies underlying Japanese Acupuncture is to use the least amount of acupunture-point stimulation to effect the greatest amount of change. Practioners who practice this syle use thinner and fewer needles, fewer accupuncture points and shallower needle insertion. Sometimes treatment involves simply touching the surface of the skin with the needle, versus inserting them into the skin. A practicioner who practices Japanese Acupuncture uses abdominal palpation and other diagnostic tools to determine the underlying imbalance.

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