Acupuncture is widely used as a means for treating general pain, in particular back and neck pain. However, acupuncture’s uses are not limited to that of pain control, with practitioners claiming it to be a treatment for ailments as diverse as depression, skin complaints, irritable bowel syndrome and even weight loss. One practicality of acupuncture which is of concern to many is that of hygiene. It is legally required that acupuncture needles are of the disposable variety and people receiving treatment at most places can purchase their own needles in sealed packaging. Those wishing to try out acupuncture may do so in a number of Beijing hospitals. Non-Chinese speakers looking for an English speaking service may find Beijing International Medical Acupuncture Centre useful as a first port of call – they make modest claims about the illnesses they can treat, and mainly focus on pain relief. Treatment at the centre is carried out by experienced practitioners.
Good day Sir/Madam
We are 2,here in south africa and we would like to gome to Beijing to study acupuncture from biginner to advance acupuncture only please.
we would aslo like to ask if we could register with the chinese Government .