The Classical Chinese Medicine
The classical Chinese medicine is one of the most ancient forms of traditional medicine. During its long history it has evolved into a versatile treatment method based on thorough empirical knowledge and well-defined theoretical view. This view has developed during the millennia through observing the regularities of the nature and the human body.
The Chinese medicine has a comprehensive approach to the human being. A healthy body is balanced and the organs are capable of regulating and maintaining the balance. Illness is a sign of distrubance in the balance, not a foreign intruder that must be exterminated. Acupucture is based on enforcing the balance system of the body so that the body can mend itself and remove the pathogens. Acupucture helps the person to become healthier on a deeper level, not just to attenuate the symptoms. Even in serious illnesses the state of the organs can be supported and mended comprehensively. There is also plenty of clinical evidence on the efficacy of acupuncture.