AcuNeuro & Wellness Clinic

Neuro Acupressure and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Office:  (905) 597-6606   

Mobile: (416) 427-1241

Email:   heather@acuneuro.com


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Neuro Acupressure

Neuro Acupressure originated from China 400 years ago during the Ming Dynasty. Since then it has been passed on through ten generations of healer. It provides natural healing through body's nervous system without involvement of medication, herbal, needles or any instruments. It is a self healing process activated and directed by the therapist. It ensures a permanent cure without side effect.      


The Principles of Neuro Acupressure

Neuro Acupressure activates body's healing power inside the nervous system and sends it through neuro transmission to the target organs or tissues, where cell function repairing and restoring process included. It restores the optimal cell functions and revitalizes the internal organs. It also adjusts and balances energy, blood and lymphatic circulation and strengthens immune system.

 

Treatment Features

As the energy circulates from the feet to the head and back to the fingers and toes, the patient will experience a variety of sensations including heat, cool, numbness tingling or microelectric shock. In the limbs, the effects can be felt as contraction or jumping and stretching of muscles. The head feels pressure, and then a sensation of cold air pushing out.

 

The energy will also enter and stimulate the various organs found in the chest and abdominal areas of the body. The beating of the heart will either slow or increase, depending on the patient’s condition. Breathing patterns also change. In the abdomen there may be movement or tightening of the stomach, spleen or liver-with temperature variations such as extreme cold, as if there were pieces of ice in the organ.

       
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