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Japanese acupuncture contains the traditional Chinese concept, and like it relies on energy channels and the release of blockages, in order to bring the body to physical and mental balance.
But there are some differences, for example
While pulse and tongue are the dominant factors in diagnosing a patient's condition in Chinese medicine, in Japanese acupuncture the therapist diagnoses the problem using the sense of touch, usually in the abdomen and needles thinner in Japanese acupuncture and less noticeable.
What is it
Japanese acupuncture contains the traditional Chinese concept, in Japanese acupuncture the therapist diagnoses the problem using the sense of touch, usually in the abdomen and needles thinner in Japanese acupuncture and less noticeable.
What makes a therapist with this method qualified?
A therapist who studied full-time in one of the schools recognized by the trade unions, met all the requirements and received a certified therapist certificate from that school.
Which schools are recognized as professional in this method?
The schools recognized by the local trade unions, for details of the names of the schools by country it is advisable to enter schools page.
Who are the therapists who advertise on Treat Me?
On Treat Me their are only qualified therapist from the recognized schools, who have accumulated 3 years of therapeutic experience, with good recommendations from patients, who are committed to maintaining annual professional competence to be up to date and provide you with the most professional care. When entering the therapist's clinic, you can immediately see the therapist's years of experience and decide who to choose.
How will I know to choose the right ones for me?
This is a good question, in Treat Me we save you the effort of the initial examination of professionalism. Each therapist's clinic concentrates all the details we found in studies that are relevant to the matching between therapist and patient. You should go to the clinic to read and be impressed, there are also verified recommendations of real patients. In the end, only you know best who is right for you.
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