Do You Know That Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Can Be Treated With Permanent Acupuncture?

Do You Know That Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Can Be Treated With Permanent Acupuncture?

In contrast to neuro-degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis or Alzheimer’s, the alternative of permanent acupuncture with auricular implants emerges.

Parkinson, Multiple Sclerosis, Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), Alzheimer… are conditions that seriously alter basic functions of our body such as balance, memory, speech, movement or ability to swallow, among others. You as a sportsman who takes care of yourself can see these affections far away, but you probably know someone or have a family member who has been affected by the problem.

Centro de Medicina Neuro-Regenerativa has been researching the applications of auricular implants in the field of neurology for decades and has a therapy based on permanent acupuncture capable of significantly improving the quality of life of people affected by this type of diseases.
Successful in more than 5500 patients

The therapy has already been used successfully in more than 5500 patients around the world, and as it is not drug-based, it has no adverse side effects.

It is a technique discovered in Germany in 2001, based on traditional Chinese acupuncture, which involves the application of tiny titanium micro-implants in the cartilage of the ear (auriculopuncture) permanently. These implants are painless and inappreciable and their objective is to reduce symptoms and relieve discomfort regardless of the age of the patient and the years of evolution of the disease.

This permanent atrial implant is used for the treatment of Parkinson’s and other diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, Pick’s disease, etc. Faced with all these diseases, the center applies a multidisciplinary approach that includes neuro-psychology and physiotherapy throughout the treatment.

The emotion of returning to movement

Many of the Parkinson’s patients treated are excited about how they were able to return to daily tasks for which they were incapacitated before permanent needle treatment. Acts as simple as cooking, driving, running, doing DIY at home, etc. they had to leave again, they can perform them as they show in these testimonies of real patients.

Recovering autonomy entails increasing the quality of life and well-being of the Parkinson’s patient and, therefore, is also essential for their immediate environment.

Studies show it

Center of Neuro-Regenerative Medicine has made a comparative study to determine the effectiveness of this type of permanent acupuncture against Parkinson’s disease that has had a sample of 32 men and women affected by this disorder, with an average age of 54 years .

After one year of trial for which two groups were established within the sample of patients, some treated with permanent acupuncture and others not, both receiving pharmacological treatment, it can be affirmed that the permanent needle confers a greater stability to the pharmacological treatment against the illness.

The double-blind study, in which neither the patients nor the professionals treating them were aware of which trial group each member belonged to, concluded that patients who were treated with permanent acupuncture had fewer modifications in the pharmacological treatment (increase in dosage, inclusion of new drugs, etc.) and an improvement regarding the complications of said treatment.

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