Acupuncture for Pain Management

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The essential mechanism of acupuncture consists of the needling and tiny needle-induced lesion in the tissues that stimulates A-delta and C nerve fibers. Acupuncture and its lesions are interpreted by the body as foreign invaders and thus induce a series of foreign invaders and thus induce a series of physiologic processes including the release of CNS opiod peptides and an anti-inflammatory reaction. The needling directly desensitizes the damaged peripheral nerve endings and other soft tissues by activating a local immune reaction and the process of tissue regeneration. Acupuncture-induced lesions breaks and dissolve histologic contracture of the muscles, which helps to improve blood circulation.

Source: Biomedical Acupuncture for Pain Management

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