Scalp Acupuncture

Scalp acupuncture is based on two theories. One is according to traditional Chinese organ-meridian theory and the second is based on the function locations of the cerebral cortex and its corresponding scalp point lines.  The development of scalp acupuncture is based on the fundamental theory of traditional acupuncture and is widely used in clinical practices all around the world.

Based on large clinical research and practice, scalp acupuncture is widely used in more than 80 commonly seen diseases.  It is the second most commonly used adjunct after ear acupuncture.

 Scalp acupuncture indications include:

头 小篆皮 小篆针 小篆Scalp Acupuncture

1) Central Nervous System Disorders:

- Stroke
- Aphasia
- Pseudobulbar palsy
- Pediatric nerve hypoplasia
- Sequelae of traumatic brain       injury
- Encephalitis
- Epilepsy
- Chorea
- Parkinsonism

2) Mental Illness:

- Schizophrenia
- Anxiety Syndrome
- Menopause mental disorder

 

3) Pain and Paresthesia:

- Headache
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Distal limb numbness
- Skin pruritus
- Hives
- Dermatitis
- Eczema

 

4) Cortical Visceral Dysfunction

- Hypertension
- Coronary Heart Disease
- Canker
- Male sexual dysfunction
- Women irregular menstruation
- Vomiting
- Functional diarrhea
- Alopecia areata