Acupuncture For Tinnitus
The ancient wisdom of the East asserts it has its own recipe for relief of the world-wide condition. It offers, as a supplement to modem management of tinnitus, a treatment whose credentials are found in the traditional medicine of China which dates back thousands of years.
To the less informed westerner, acupuncture is all to do with surgical operations being conducted without pain and with a few pricks of a needle supposedly replacing the usual anaesthetics. Such stories of Chinese practices in hospitals become exaggerated traveling around the world and tend to take on an aura of near-miracle. The actual picture is less clear-cut, with Chinese medical people ready to admit that acupuncture is best seen as something of value alongside 'modern' medicine and not as a replacement for it. Continue reading