Electroacupuncture and Laseracupuncture

Books on laser acupuncture and laser therapy

Electro/ laser acupuncture

Eletroacupuncture books and books on low-level laser acupuncture (LLLT) show the use of lasers and soft lasers in acupuncture. The new practice book Laser Acupuncture by Weber/Kreisel shows the application of laser acupuncture in practice. You will find numerous books about laser acupuncture and electroacupuncture according to Voll (EAV) at naturmed: A laser is a device which is able to generate bundled, directed light of a certain wavelength. The difference to natural light is, among other things, its very high energy density. This can influence acupuncture points and reflex zones. These are closely related to energy pathways, which are called meridians. If the energy in these channels flows in balance, the organism is healthy. An imbalance or a blocking of the energy in the meridians leads in the long run to a disease, which becomes visible under circumstances at a completely different place of the body, than at the place, at which the disturbance exists. The laser can eliminate a congestion of the energy flow, the acupuncture points are treated until an energy balance is restored. The duration of the treatment depends individually on the degree of disturbance of the point.

Electroacupuncture according to Voll (EAV) refers to the millennia-old tradition of acupuncture. In order for Yin and Yang to be in balance, Qi must be able to flow freely in the meridians. If the Qi cannot flow freely, disturbances and blockages occur. Thanks to the EAV, this balance can be restored. Dr. Voll developed this method in the 1950s and can therefore also uncover the cause of the disease. Also prescribed medications can be tested precisely through the resonance test, so that they can contribute optimally to the success of treatment. The so-called soft laser is also used in acupuncture. The laser is a high-energy, strongly focused light and stimulates the acupuncture points by means of light instead of needles. This creates a healing or regulatory stimulus so that the immune system can react optimally. The laser can also influence the biological information exchange of the cells. This stimulates protein formation and accelerates wound healing. Blood vessels can form again. The laser is mainly used for pain, joint problems and migraine, but it is also suitable for very pain-sensitive patients and children. The earlier the treatment is started, the more effective it is. Of course, laser and electroacupuncture are also effective in veterinary medicine.