Treatment based on permanent Acupuncture for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s
Dr. Werth: “We have been able to slow the progression of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s with a treatment based on permanent acupuncture”
Treatment based on permanent acupuncture against Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other diseases
From the well-known technique of acupuncture, originally from China and with thousands of years of successful trajectory, the Neuro-regenerative Medicine Center has gone a step further with a permanent application, which is able to stop the symptoms of the main neurodegenerative diseases.
What is permanent acupuncture applied to Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s?
Like traditional acupuncture, it is a natural therapy in which, by inserting certain needles into the body, the balance of body energy is reestablished, that way the health of the Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s patient becomes restored.
The great discovery lies in the application of the stimulus permanently and with greater intensity.
To do this we use small titanium micro implants that are applied to the cartilage of the ear, continuously work against disease and pain.
Where are these permanent acupuncture micro implants placed?
In our case, we only apply them in the auricle and that is why we speak of auricular puncture or auricular therapy.
We focus on the stimulation of certain reflex points that are in the ear and that cause a reaction on the ailment contributing to its improvement.
For what kind of diseases is permanent acupuncture therapy recommended?
We have specialised in chronic disorders and ailments, including degenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Restless Legs Syndrome … but, permanent acupuncture, can also help in many other health problems.
Is permanent acupuncture compatible with a conventional medicine treatment?
Yes, being a natural therapy without adverse effects it is compatible with the treatment that the Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s patient is following at the hands of his neurologist.
In fact, it is common that the need for medication decreases when permanent needle therapy is applied.
Given that the neurological diseases which we are talking about have no cure, what can the patient reach with the treatment of permanent acupuncture?
In addition to the reduction of medication (an important step due to the multiple side effects that involves its intake), the vast majority of patients – to varying degrees – manages to stop most of the symptoms that these diseases carry implicit: muscle stiffness, tremors, hyperkinesia, etc.
This translates into a progressive recovery of well-being and autonomy. Something to which Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases give great value.
Without a doubt, this therapy represents a ray of hope for patients
Hope for patients and families. Many of the patients narrate excitedly how they have been able to return to daily