Our Mission: Your Health is My Priority
Acupuncturist in Axarquie with 20 years of experience.
My name is Jose. I started to get interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine back in 1997, after a trip to India where I fell seriously ill. The fact that the results of allopathic medicine were not very accurate, I devoted myself to research in natural medicine and for that reason I became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
I studied from 1997 to 2006 in the different schools available at the time. I started at MTC High School first in Madrid and then in Barcelona for 4 years. As it did not seem sufficient for my expectations, I studied at the Neijing School of Oriental Medicine for 5 years, and as I still had doubts, I also enrolled and studied for 4 years at the School of Naturopathy and Acupuncture (CENAC) in Barcelona. all concentrated during that period.
Something to me was missing, we had a lot of theory, all similar, but little practice. A few practices of the High School, also in a detoxification aid center (CAS) located in the neighborhood of Sant in Barcelona. Other practices in the clinic of Cenac School during the last course and with Doctor Zhao Jianji in his private clinic in Madrid where we did 2 courses.
Training in the East.
After working for a time between Barcelona and Cadiz, I decided to travel to Asia in search of knowledge, first to Vietnam, Hanoi, at the National Acupuncture Hospital with Professor TaiThu, an excellent war hero and survivor of the Vietnam War. . With it I was able to learn the technique of Boa-acupuncture for the treatment of paralysis including tetraplegia, cerebral palsy, facial paralysis, trigeminal neuralgia and obesity treatment by electro-lipolysis.
After this great experience, my steps took me to the city of Kunming in China, specifically to the Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Yunnan, together with Doctor Wu. I am very grateful for his hospitality and for all that he unselfishly taught me and for having allowed me to be part of his team during my stay. I am also very grateful to Doctor Huang in the Department of Infant Tuina massage and Doctor Dong also the adult Tuina department.
I returned to Vietnam but this time to another hospital, the Traditional Medicine Hospital of Hanoi, a hospital that survived the Vietnam War. There I could see and understand the harsh reality of health in this forgotten country of the Western hand and make contact for the first time with the Catgut Insertion technique in the treatment of Obesity.
My steps have taken me back to China not long ago, to the cradle, to the origin, where I have been able to visit one of the largest and most qualified hospitals in Traditional Chinese Medicine in the province of Canton (Guangdong Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine), the origin of acupuncture It would take too long to recount my experience in this hospital where I have met the true stars of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and with a whole recital of knowledge in Traditional Medicine. I am really amazed at the development of natural medicine, in this case, Traditional Chinese Medicine, at the effectiveness of the system, which is a national and natural health system, and it makes me think how far we are in the West with respect to medicine. natural, how long will it take to reach this level if we ever get there. Many thanks to all the doctors who have helped me, as well as to so many students who help maintain this system day by day.
1. Health Analysis
The qualified Acupuncturist will make a study of symptoms and syndromes according to the forms of diagnosis of Traditional Chinese Medicine, with the help of taking the pulse and observing the tongue, among others, to determine the most appropriate syndrome and treatment.
2. Place of insertion
The needles are inserted at different points of the energy map of the body and at various depths, as well as the use of other techniques such as moxibustion, Electro-Acupuncture, Cupping and even Tuina
3. Handling of needles
Your Acupuncturist will gently manipulate the needles or rotate them from time to time, according to the different techniques of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
4. Needle removal
The needles are usually in place for 20 minutes, depending on the criteria of your Acupuncturist, once the necessary time has elapsed, the needles are removed painlessly.