Chinese acupuncture seeks to clear any Qi blockages and speed-up and encourage the normal flow of Qi through the body's meridians to restore balance and trigger the body's natural healing response.

Relaxed patient. Medical stainless steel acupuncture needles on forehead and cheek.

This may be done using either very thin acupuncture needles or a laser light, dependent upon the ailment. 

The acupuncture points are the entrance and exit points to the body's meridians. The network of meridians connects the surface of the body to the smallest cells in the centre of the body and so it is possible for chinese acupuncture to target ailments throughout the body. 

Further Information

Chinese acupuncture: Frequently asked questions