About Medical Acupuncture

Acupuncture can be traced back at least 4000 years in China and has been practiced in Europe for the last 160 years. The healing art of acupuncture involves the painless insertion of thin, solid, metallic needles into the skin at strategic points on the body to activate the flow of energy, called Qi, which in turn revitalizes the body, corrects imbalances and stimulates the body’s healing ability.

Acupuncture is a complementary and alternative medicine that is able to enhance and complement Western medical techniques for ultimate therapeutic results.

Acupuncture induces health, wellness and equilibrium to the body and mind. It is considered a complete healing system that has no side effects, when it is performed by a competent, trained and certified physician.

Acupuncture is a holistic medicine that enables the body to heal itself, by awakening the powers of self-healing that reside in every living being. 

Acupuncture has established itself internationally as an integrated therapeutic system. The World Health Organization (WHO – World Health Organization) has approved acupuncture as a medical treatment method with many indications. In Greece medical acupuncture is approved of by the Ministry of Health – Welfare and Social Security: “… accept acupuncture as a method of treatment which must be performed by a physician … “(Ref Y7/oik./4270/25- 6-96), and then adds that“ … the use of acupuncture must be performed only by physicians who are trained and have experience in medical acupuncture therapy“ (574/A4/1191/21- 2-1980).

Cosmetic acupuncture is a natural, painless and very effective method capable of eliminating the signs of aging. It is a holistic aesthetic therapy, with long lasting results and no side effects, recognized throughout Europe (European Cosmetic Academy of Chinese Medicine) and America.

Indications for medical acupuncture

Scientific research has shown that there are energy meridians in the human body

The human body thrives on balance and equilibrium. A balanced flow of energy is essential for maintaining good health and a balanced lifestyle.

Disorders for which Acupuncture is Successful

Multiple clinical trials on the effects of Medical Acupuncture have shown that it successfully treats a variety of pathological conditions.

Indications for medical acupuncture

Strengthening the immune system. Treating conditions such as chronic degenerative diseases that cannot be managed otherwise (muscle pain syndromes, fibromyalgia etc.)… 

Auricular Acupunture

Auricular acupuncture

Auricular acupuncture and auriculotherapy is the therapeutic method using the ear pinna for the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases that affect the entire body…

Quitting Smoking

Health Risks of Passive Smoking

Second-hand smoke is a serious health risk for both those who smoke and those who do not. Children are particularly at risk of serious health effects from second-hand smoke.

Quit Smoking with Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a natural way to help curb the craving for nicotine when one decides to stop smoking.. Acupuncture offers relief, especially in the acute phase of withdrawal when you’re wrestling with fatigue, irritability and gnawing cravings.

Advice to Help you Quit Smoking

Sure there will be times when you will be tempted to smoke a cigarette and the thought will torment you. But even then, there are ways to decrease the likelihood of lighting one up.

One cigarette can lead to smoking addiction

According to recent research, one cigarette is adequate to lead one to adopt smoking as a daily habit. At least 3 out of 5 people who try a cigarette become daily smokers.

When are you ready to STOP smoking?

Kicking the tobacco habit offers some benefits that you’ll notice right away and some that will develop over time. These rewards improve most peoples’ day-to-day lives a great deal:

Quit Smoking with Acupuncture

Smoking is a global social problem. A third of the world population (1.1 billion people) smokes. 3.5 million smokers and 19,000 non-smokers, because of passive smoking, die every year… 


Treating Stress and Anxiety with Acupuncture

Stress can be caused by a disturbing situation or thought that causes frustration, anger or irritation. Anxiety refers to excessive worrying that’s hard to control and often impacts daily life.

Acupuncture for treating Insomnia

Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders, with a prevalence of 40% in adults.  Patients with insomnia may feel tired, tense, lazy, or have delayed reactions, distraction, or headache. 

Scientific Evidence for Acupuncture effectively treating Stress

Acupuncture is one of the most effective natural remedies for stress and anxiety. It restores the body to its optimal health by eliminating the stress and anxiety that has ultimately led you to constant fatigue.

Postoperative pain

Neurological diseases

Acupuncture for preventing migraine attacks

Acupuncture for preventing migraine attacks

Facial Nerve Paralysis

Facial paralysis occurs when a person is no longer able to move some or all of the muscles on one side of the face. The facial nerve is the main

Upper and lower respiratory infections

Acupuncture in management of Asthma

Acupuncture for asthma, in collaboration with a patient's physician, can be supplemented with other treatments, either conventional or alternative. How does Acupuncture work  to relieve Asthma symptoms? Reduces the bouts of asthma attacks Balances the chemical equilibrium of the body Strengthens the immune system Has No side effects Reduce the frequency of asthma attacks Auricular [...]