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Acupuncture points can be stimulated without the use of needles using the advanced Acutron Microcurrent stimulator. This is used at Princeton Acupuncture for the following:

– on small children to get the benefit of point stimulation.
– for people who want the effects of acupuncture without the use of needles.
– to balance out imbalances in acupuncture point and meridians.
– for pain relief in the management of pain in joint, muscle and sports injuries.
– facial point stimulation – for facial rejuvenation to mention a few uses.

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What is BRT? Body Restoration Technique (BRT) is a non-invasive method of locating and removing energy blockages. BRT uses the body’s reflex points, which are similar to acupuncture points, to help understand why the body is not responding appropriately. BRT does not treat disease or symptoms but helps unblock energy flows to help the body function more appropriately to increase health and vitality.

Acupuncture points have been used for thousands of years to increase energy flows to different organs of the body. He found that if there were energy blockages preventing repair actions within the body then perhaps points could be triggered to increase energy flow and normalize repair functions. Dr. Berg found many acupressure points that could be triggered to stimulate nerve pathways within the body.

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The allergy elimination technique permanently eliminates any form of allergy or sensitivity. Originally derived from research using a Traditional Chinese Medicine approach, the treatment has advanced so that acupuncture needles are optional. Treatments involve the use of acupressure at selected points on the body and are quick and painless even for infants and toddlers.

The Alternative Allergy elimination technique treats any negative reaction to any substance or stimuli by reprogramming the immune system to correct the error. Traditional treatment includes antihistamines, corticosteroids or immunotherapy (which uses regular injections of the allergens to slowly desensitize the body, with gradual results over a 6- 12 month period. The most conventional treatment is strict avoidance which can be difficult for most people and very difficult with children. Allergy elimination therapy can resolve the symptoms of an allergy within 24 hours. There is no need for avoidance and the results are generally permanent.

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