samedi 9 janvier 2016

How I treat back-pain N°1

How I treat back-pain         

Back pain is of plural and complex origin: Nociceptive, mechanical, inflammatory, neuropathic.
In front of the back pain, it seems useful to establish a treatment protocol with various professional speakers depending on the pain cause, intensity, motor disorders, etc.:
 Will be, as well, included general and specialized medicine associated with
Physiotherapy performed by the Professional and Patient, Acupuncture,
Mesopuncture and Trigger Points (TPs) treatment …and more.

* Acupuncture/Mesopuncture
In case of acute, chronic or persistent pain, treatment with Acupuncture/ .Mesopuncture involves
To search and locate the Acupuncture Points _ APs, indicated for millennia for treating back pain and its consequences.
To be effective, to achieve a therapeutic effect by acupuncture or 'Acupuncture Effect' the APs must be activated:
·                    By Acupuncture needles
It is inserted into these APs. The 'Acupuncture Effect' is of short duration and requires renewal of the needles insertion pain after a short time.
·                    By a liquid medicine designated below as 'liquid drug'.
It is possible, according to professional qualifications of the Acupuncturist, his conception of Acupuncture and the type of pain, to associate to metallic stimulation of the AP, Mesopuncture or stimulation by few drops of a liquid drug injected or deposited, without needle, in the PA:

The liquid drug has a dual effect:
·                     ‘Acupuncture Effect’
All liquid drugs used by the Therapist stimulate, perhaps by irritation, mechanical action due to their volume or rather due to their physicochemical structure, the AP whose known action on energy of the human body is local, regional or general: It is the Acupuncture Effect, effect similar to the Acupuncture effect resulting from the acupuncture needle stimulus on the same PA, the two effects are additive. 
            Duration of the PA stimulation by the liquid drug, which causes the ‘Acupuncture Effect’ is dependent on the rate of liquid drug elimination.
Some liquid drugs have a long or even very long duration of action, allowing spacing the Acupuncture sessions. 
·                    Pharmacological Effect’
The majority of liquid drugs have, in addition to theAcupuncture Effect’, a therapeutic effect recognized by the pharmacopoeia, also due to the physicochemical structure of their molecule, it is thePharmacological Effect’.
Both effects, ‘Acupuncture Effect' and' Pharmacological Effect' are of same duration, dependent on their physicochemical structure.
Acupuncture Effect and Pharmacological Effect are often synergistic which means that the Pharmacological Effect of the selected drug is identical to the Acupuncture Effect it causes by stimulating the AP when it is injected or deposited in this selected AP. 
Example: An analgesic 'Pharmacological Effect' drug injected/ deposited in a PA which stimulation produces an analgesic effect, described in Acupuncture, stimulates this AP and also causes an analgesic ‘Acupuncture Effect’.  

Some liquid drugs of delayed effect have a pharmacological effect of 3-4 weeks and an Acupuncture effect of the same duration. These liquid drugs have the same therapeutic indications in Acupuncture/Mesopuncture and Medicine.

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