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Introduction


Acupuncture (Acu Touch) treatment is an art of curing disease by a single touch on the surface of the skin using the fingertip. This is nothing but Acupuncture, which China has been following for the last 8000 years. 

We are alive because of the presence of  life force. When the life force leaves the body, we are dead.  The life force flows in the body through channels or meridians. This life energy is called as Prana in India and Chi in China. Acutouch revitalizes the body by establishing the free flow of life force or life energy without blocks.

Acutouch technique uses fingers instead of needles to re-establish the free flow of life energy in perfect rhythm and amplitude. There are 360 acupuncture points in our body distributed along the 12   acupuncture meridians in the front and back of our body. When the selected acupuncture points  in hand is touched (no pressure) lightly, the blocks in the channels are removed  and due to full flow of prana, the body gets revitalized.  The healing touch on the indicated point restores the free flow of Chi. Acupuncture has been practiced widely in Japan and China. This treatment method is slowly attaining recognition in the western world as well. Acupuncture helps in fast healing of various illness and pains. It also helps fast relaxation of  body and mind.

It helps in treating nearly 140 ailments like high blood pressure, stroke, paralysis, glandular diseases, allergies, intestinal diseases, liver diseases, mental diseases, cancer etc. Acutouch can be tried on any body (children & adults) and it as such has no known side effects. Acupuncture uses nature's energy for healing. It is one of the safest and natural ways to treat pain in the body.

We may also use needles and acupressure on selected points as required. 

Founder

Dr Arun Vasudevan, founder of the Acutouch Healing Foundation is an acknowledged expert in the field of Acutouch Healing, Acupuncture and Acupressure. His Acupuncture Healing Clinic in Trivandrum, Kerala, India, specializes in treating debilitating, difficult and long-term symptoms. He is a medical graduate (BHMS)from Kerala University and registered with Indian Medical Council in 1996. Post graduated (MBS)from one of the largest and well known university in UK, The Ulster University. Took Diploma in Acupuncture (D Acu) from BSS, an India Govt body. 


Procedure 

We use pulse reading ( Naadi used in ancient Indian medicine) based on panchabhootas (five elements) to decide the treatment plan. By reading the pulse, we can ascertain the disproportion and imbalance of five elements in the patient. Our body is made up of five elements such as fire, earth, space, air and water. Any imbalance in the proportion results in disease. The imbalance in 'naadi' is caused by unhealthy life style, eating habits, stress etc. The chosen acupuncture points, as indicated by the pulse reading, is stimulated by a gentle touch on the hand or sticking thin needles or applying pressure massage, as required for the patient, by the acupuncture healer. By this procedure, the deficiency in the meridians are corrected by restoring the required proportion of five elements in the body. This ultimately leads to cure. 

The treatment period required for each patient may vary according to the duration and severity of the disease and condition of the patient.  Acute complaints like back pain, stiffness, migraine, disc problems etc can be corrected within a few days/weeks using Acutouch alone or a combination of treatment procedures, as required. Chronic illnesses like asthma, allergy, hypertension, diabetes, PCOD, thyroid disorders,infertility, tumours, stones, rheumatism, depression, anxiety etc requires more time. All treatment procedures start with a counselling session. In case of depression and anxiety patients, more counselling sessions may be needed along with acupuncture. During the treatment period, patients will be trained to listen to their body language, comprehend it and act accordingly. Meditation and simple stress reduction techniques will also be taught during the treatment period.