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Motion Acupuncture Introduction

Motion Acupuncture is an innovative acupuncture technique pioneered by Dr. Chen Decheng. This approach integrates traditional acupuncture methods with modern theories of Anatomy, fasciology, physiology, and kinesiology. It aims to treat and prevent diseases through special acupuncture techniques and dynamic needle retention. Below is a detailed introduction to Motion Acupuncture:

  1. Selection of Motion Points: The emphasis in Motion Acupuncture is on motion points, specifically high-tension points formed in soft tissues after injury. These points are targeted using unique needle techniques, such as tension release through needle retention, disrupting pathological fascial tissue, and establishing new, normal fascial tissue.

 

  1. Structure of Motion Needle: The Motion Needle is a specialized tool for acupuncture treatment on motion points. Unlike traditional fine needles, the structure and design of the Motion Needle make it more suitable for executing special techniques like dynamic needle retention.

 

  1. Techniques of Motion Acupuncture: Key to Motion Acupuncture is the application of special techniques. By employing specific motion techniques, the treatment quickly alleviates pain, releases muscle tension, and contributes to the elongation, softening, and thinning of muscles, aiding in the restoration of their original tension.

 

  1. Dynamic Needle Retention: Dynamic needle retention is a unique aspect of Motion Acupuncture. Unlike traditional acupuncture needle retention, dynamic needle retention employs an active method to stimulate the movement of qi by guiding patients through needle-point exercises. This accelerates blood circulation and promotes disease recovery.

 

  1. Soft Tissue Release: Motion Acupuncture focuses on addressing high-tension points in soft tissues by employing techniques like tension release through needle retention. This effectively addresses muscle tension, swelling, and contributes to pain relief and functional improvement.

 

  1. Clinical Application: Motion Acupuncture Therapy is widely used in clinical practice for various pain conditions, especially those caused by soft tissue injuries. It demonstrates rapid effectiveness, with many patients experiencing noticeable results immediately after treatment. Motion Acupuncture Therapy has shown significant efficacy in addressing a variety of visceral diseases, including gastrointestinal issues such as abdominal distension, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), gynecological conditions like menstrual irregularities, infertility, as well as prostate diseases.

 

  1. Teaching Methodology: The teaching approach for Motion Acupuncture emphasizes practical application. Through face-to-face instruction, students can learn needle techniques up close and personally witness the therapeutic effects. This hands-on training helps students master the operational skills of Motion Acupuncture.

 

  1. Target Audience: Motion Acupuncture is suitable for a wide range of acupuncture practitioners and enthusiasts. It is particularly accessible to students with a foundational understanding of muscle anatomy.

 

In summary, Motion Acupuncture, with its unique theories and techniques, provides patients with a rapid and effective method for pain relief and functional recovery. It injects new vitality into the field of acupuncture.