Japanese Acupuncture Needles Buy
Download File ===> https://blltly.com/2tm3eT
Acupuncture needle brands include world leading brand Seirin, Asiamed, Tewa, Dong Bang, Asahi and our own Scarborough ranges. Applications in TCM, medical acupuncture, Japanese, auricular, facial/cosmetic, dry needling and physiotherapy, paediatric, detox are covered within our comprehensive ranges.
One of the most characteristic adverse events in Japan is embedded needles due to intentional needle breakage. With this method, a silver or gold needle is inserted, and the exposed part is cut off. Then the needle fragment left in the body is pressed further and retained permanently. Subsequently some needles cause organ injuries and localized argyria. In patients of more than 60 years of age, it was not a very rare event in some areas of Japan to find countless needle fragments with X-ray photographs (19). In 1976, Japan Acupuncture & Moxibustion Association recommended that the embedding needle method be curtailed with a consequent decrease in this practice.
Posteroanterior radiograph of the chest, showing multiple retained acupuncture needles (arrows) in the soft tissues of the torso. These needle fragments lie mostly along two main acupuncture meridians along the back. [Powerpoint Slide]
Detail view of lateral radiograph shows multiple retained acupuncture needles in the soft tissues of the posterior torso. These needle fragments lie mostly along two main acupuncture meridians along the back. [Powerpoint Slide]
In most cases these needle fragments may remain in situ forever without problems. Although these needles occasionally migrate, especially in patients without much body fat (4), they usually do not result in complications. Baek et al reported an asymptomatic patient in whom needle fragments migrated to the liver, pancreas and kidney (9). Foreign body granulomas (10, 11) and contact dermatitis (12) have also been reported as complications of retained needle fragments. The potential for steel needle fragments to migrate in response to the intense magnetic field of an magnetic resonance scanner is currently unknown.
Seirin J-type is one of the top Japanese acupuncture needles available on the market made of premium stainless steel. Being a high-quality and reliable needle it is the preferred choice for acupuncturists worldwide.
Featuring colour-coded plastic handles, the needles are not only easily visible and identifiable, but also lightweight which means they remain in place. This range of acupuncture needle is not designed to be used during moxibustion or electro-acupuncture sessions.
Moreover the easy-glide insertion system offered by the diamont sharpness achieved byperformant manufacturing processes compliments the micro-thin silicone coating and the guide tube in offering a comfortable acupuncture session to your customer.
J-Type acupuncture needles are ultra-fine and made of stainless steel, so that they only require slight pressure to penetrate the skin, achieved by gentle tapping. The needle is positioned precisely at the centre of the easy to grip plastic handle, ensuring insertion accuracy during treatment.
Seirin D-Type needles are the perfect choice for gentle, painless and stress-free acupuncture treatments where shallow needling is performed. Similar in style to the J-type, D-type needles are available only in a length of 15 mm and do not have guide tubes, making them ideal for freehand techniques.
Acupuncture is becoming more widely accepted as an effective means of treatment within the traditional health care system. According to an American Hospital Association survey, 42 percent of hospitals that offer complementary and alternative medicine provide acupuncture as an outpatient service.
Recent research regarding acupuncture treatment is also gaining recognition among health care practitioners. A 2017 study that tracked brain and nerve changes refutes a common but fraudulent claim that acupuncture's effectiveness is the result of a placebo effect. Another study published in the American Journal of Eme