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The Holy Quran, is healing for every illness. It does not benefit hearts which do not trust that it contains healing and benefit; rather, it only increases their sickness. For the healing of hearts, there is no medicine whatever more beneficial than the Quran. It is their complete and perfect healing, which leaves no sickness without cure, preserving for them their absolute health, and affording them complete protection against all harm or damage. The Quran is the complete healing for all illnesses of heart and body, the Quran contains the way pointing to its remedy, its cause, and protection from it, for whomsoever God grants understanding of His Book.

Not everyone is given the qualification nor the success to seek healing thereby. When the sick person is able to treat himself with it, and uses it for his illness with trust and faith and complete acceptance and certain belief, fulfilling the right conditions, the illness can never resist it. For how could any illness resist the Word of The Lord of Earth and Heaven, whose Word if sent down on the mountains would shatter them, or upon the earth would flatten it?

The Quran contains guidance to the sources of medicines and all its contents, these being: preservation of health, protection, expelling what is harmful, and the use of such knowledge to identify the detailed of these. As for medicines of the heart, it recounts in detail, and gives the causes of the ills of the hearts and their treatment. He said: And is it not sufficient for them that We have sent down to thee the Book which is recited to them? (XXIX:51). Anyone not healed by the Quran may God not heal him, the one for whom is is not sufficient may God not suffice him.

The aversion of most people’s hearts to it, their lack of absolute belief in it, their failure to use it, their turning from it to medicines which have been compounded by people who work on conjecture - all this comes between them and healing from the Quran. As habits predominate and aversion grows stronger, illnesses and chronic ailments are anchored in their hearts.

Excerpt from Medicine of The Prophet

(At-Tibb an-Nabawiy)

Healing and Treatment from Quran and Hadith (Dua and Quran verses for Ruqyah)

Source: Based on the book “Healing and Shifa from Quran and Sunnah

islam on Healing and Treatment from Quran and Hadith (Dua and Quran verses for Ruqyah)


Quran is a miracle that Allah revealed to His prophet (s.a.w.s) and it is a blessing for humanity. The Quran is not only a guidance for mankind but Allah has also made it a spiritual cure and healing for all types of ailments. This includes treatment of all worldly problems, physical and psychological ailments, and spiritual (evil eye, sihr, and so on.) The Creator has clearly told us that the words of the Quran are a “shifa” (healing) for all and, therefore, when used with real belief in one’s heart, this form of treatment can bring miraculous cure to all forms of ailments. Allah says in the Quran:

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And We send down of the Quran that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe… (Quran, Surah Al-Israa, 17:82)

As for other forms of treatment, Islam does not discourage the use of treatments available to us through medical and other sciences. On the contrary, the use of such treatments is encouraged by the teachings of the noble prophet (s.a.w.) who sought the treatment of illnesses and diseases for himself and urged his followers to do the same. Thus, seeking medical treatment for the cure of diseases is part of the prophet’s We find in a saheeh hadith that the prophet (s.a.w.) said the following:

“For every disease there is a medicine, and if that medicine is applied to the disease, he will recover by Allah’s Leave.” And he (s.a.w.) said: “Allah has not sent down any disease but He has also sent down the cure; the one who knows it, knows it and the one who does not know it, does not know it.”

Based on the above, it is clear that Islamic teachings fully support the use of all forms of treatment because the underlying principle is that Allah has created cures for all diseases. The key is to ensure that the right type of treatment is applied for the right type of ailment. The only condition in Islam is that all forms of treatment are allowed as long as they are not haram (against Islamic teachings).

Quranic Treatment and Healing Through Ruqyah

As for treatment, Islam also offers its believers the opportunity to treat ailments using ruqyah that, according to Islamic beliefs, can be used in the treatment of all forms of ailment. Ruqyah refers to Quranic verses (and dua) that are used to treat various ailments.
The scholars ( have stated the following about ruqyah:

“Ruqyah” is an incantation or prayer for healing – usually from the Quran or dua prescribed by the prophet (s.a.w.). Ruqyah is one of the greatest remedies that the believer should use regularly. The greatest of ruqyah are Surah Al-Faatihah and Al-Mu’wadaitain (the last two surahs (chapters) of the Quran – Surah Al-Falaq and Surah Al-naas).

Islamic beliefs stipulate that each disease is sent down in this world with its cure, but the means of treatment may not be known to everyone. While medical sciences may have helped in the discovery of cures for many diseases and ailments, there are many for which the cures still have to be found. Quranic ruqyah, on the other hand, provides Muslim believers the opportunity to treat all their ailments through the use of Allah’s words and duas taught by the prophet (s.a.w.) in parallel with using medical treatments. Ruqyah and other duas taught by the prophet (s.a.w.) can also be used to treat ailments such as sihr, evil eye, etc. which are spiritual conditions that are not recognized and proven by medical sciences. Many amongst us suffer from such ailments but as the symptoms of such ailments are similar to other psychological conditions, proper treatment using Quranic ruqyah is not used,  thereby extending the duration of those illnesses indefinitely.

Islamic Beliefs Related to Causes of Diseases and Their Cures

Before seeking cures for any disease, a Muslim should first believe that all diseases as well as their cures are in Allah’s hands and power. Allah alone decrees trials for His creation and He alone can decree their remedies. All means of getting sick and healed are, therefore, contingent upon Allah’s decree. As part of a Muslim’s belief, this principle is important because people sometimes fail to understand how afflictions come down upon a person and seek their cures without internalizing this reality. So, Allah is the One Who heals whomsoever He wills, and He decrees sickness and death for whomsoever He wills. Allah tells us in the Quran:

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“And if Allah touches you with harm, none can remove it but He, and if He touches you with good, then He is Able to do all things” [Surah Al-AnAam, 6:17]

The second belief has to do with “tawakkul” in Allah related to the treatment of diseases. One may ask whether the use of spiritual treatments based on the Quran and sunnah is in contradiction to those based on medical sciences. We know from the prophet’s life that he (s.a.w.) used the Quran and dua to treat all types of ailments along with using physical means of healing. The use of medical treatment, therefore, does not contradict any Islamic guidelines nor should it suppress one’s belief and trust (tawakkul) in Allah. The proper way, therefore, is to fully trust Allah, to ask for His help, and to seek medical advice as well. In this context, Ibn Al-Qayyim stated the following:

“This (seeking medical advice) does not contradict tawaakul (putting one’s trust in Allah), just as warding off hunger, thirst, heat and cold does not contradict tawakkul. The essence of tawaakul is not complete without resorting to the means which Allah has set out in order for us to achieve results both according to His decree (qadr) and His laws. Not using these means is contrary to tawakkul: it goes against and undermines the command and wisdom of Allah, although the one who neglects the means may think that this makes his tawakkul stronger. Ignoring the means is a sign of helplessness that goes against the true essence of tawakkul, which is that the heart relies on Allah to bring the slave whatever will benefit him in this world and the next, and to protect him from whatever may harm him in this world and the next. But along with this reliance, it is essential to take the appropriate means, otherwise he will be going against the wisdom and command of Allah. Helplessness should not be taken as a sign of tawaakul, nor should tawakkul make a person helpless (Zaad Al-MaAad, 4/15. See Al-MawsooAh Al-Fiqhiyyah, 11/116).

Quranic Verses and Dua used for Treatment
We know from both Quran and Sunnah many Quranic verses and Dua that are used for all forms of treatment. The following are some of those Quranic verses and DUAs. A more comprehensive list is is Iqrasense’s new book: Healing and Shifa from Quran and Sunnah.
Surah Al-Faatihah
Surah Al-Faatihah has special blessings as was specifically mentioned by the prophet (s.a.w.). In one of the hadith the prophet (s.a.w.) told us that it was the greatest surah of the Quran. This surah can be used to ward off evil and for general healing.
The reference to this surah is made in other parts of the Quran as well. Consider the following verse of Surah Al-Hijr:

islam on Healing and Treatment from Quran and Hadith (Dua and Quran verses for Ruqyah)

“And indeed, We have bestowed upon you seven of Al-Mathani (the seven repeatedly recited Verses), (i.e. Surah Al-Faatiha) and the Grand Quran” (Surah Al-Hijr, 15:87).

The Blessings of Surah Al-Baqarah

Surah Al-Baqarah is the longest surah of the Quran and the prophet (s.a.w.) told us that its recitation in a house keeps the Satan away. As most of the spiritual ailments such as evil eye, jinn possession, and black magic are satanic in nature, keeping Satan away can help both in the treatment of such conditions and as a preventive measure. Abu Hurayrah reports that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) said: “Do not make your houses like graves, for the Shaytan runs away from a house in which Soorat al-Baqarah is recited” (narrated by Muslim, 780).

The Mu’wadaitain

“Mu’wadaitain” is an Arabic word that refers to the last two surahs of the Quran, namely Surah Al-Falaq and Surah An-Naas. Prophet’s ahadith clearly tell us that these two surahs were revealed to seek protection from various types of evils. Ibn Al-Qayyim said that “the effectiveness of these surahs is great to repel magic, evil eye, and the rest of the evils and the need for a slave to seek Allah’s protection from these two surahs is greater than his need for self, eating, driking, and wearing dress” (Al-Fawwaid, 2/426).

According to tafsir ibn Kathir, Abu Saeed reported that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) used to seek protection against the evil eyes of the jinns and mankind. But when the Mu’wadaitain were revealed, he used them (for protection) and abandoned all else besides them (narrated in At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasa’i and Ibn Majah).
Abu Saeed al-Khudri said: “The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) used to seek refuge with Allah from the jinn and from the evil eye until the Mu’wadaitain were revealed, and when they were revealed he started to recite them and not anything else” (narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 2058; he said it is hasan ghareeb. Also narrated by al-Nasaa’i, 5494; Ibn Maajah, 3511).
There is another hadith narrated by Abdullah bin Khabeeb who said that, “we got out once on a rainy night and it was very dark and we looked for the prophet (s.a.w.) to pray for us and then we found him and he said ‘Did you pray?’ and I didn’t say anything. Then he said, ‘Say’ but I didn’t say anything. Then he said, ‘Say’ but again I didn’t say anything. Then he said, ‘Say’ So, I said, ‘What should I say?’ He said, ‘Qul Hoo wAllahu Ahad and Muwaidaitain when you enter the evening and when you wake up in the morning three times and it will protect you from everything’” (Tirmidhee # 3575), Aby Daud (# 5084).

Selected Dua used for Treatment

The following are some of the DUAs that the prophet (s.a.w.s) taught us to treat their illnesses.

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A minor surgerical procedure.This treatment involves removing toxic blood from specific body location.The removal is done via vacum pressure with tiny puncture holes of 3mm to 4mm on the skin.
The internal way by which the human body protects and repair itself is by imflammation.Imflammation is recongnized by pain,tenderness,warm swelling and redness.The Cupping/Hijamah has the amazing ability to control imflammation to optimumize the imflammatory process.

Treatable diseases:


b).Bronchial Asthma
e).Shortness of breath
i).Body Pain
k).Chest Pain



Benefit of Cupping Treatment

Known in some cultures as firecupping, the ancient healing technique of cupping has a long history in the practice of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Sometimes used in conjunction with acupuncture and herbal therapy, cupping involves the use of a cup that is filled with warm air, and placed open end down on the part of the body that is experiencing distress. Here is some background on how cupping is reputed to work, and the benefits that can emerge from the practice of cupping.

In the thought of TCM, cupping is understood to be about the restoring the flow of the life force to a proper and working state. Illness is often associated with some sort of interference to this flow of life energy. The application of cupping to the affected part of the body is understood to set in motion natural body responses that will in time help to restore the right ordering the energy and in turn restore health to the individual.

In general, cupping uses a cup that is made of glass, hard wood, or metal. Some type of flammable substance, such as paper, a mixture of herbs, or alcohol is placed in the cup and then lit. As the substance burns down and extinguishes, the cup is inverted and placed at some point along the body that corresponds with the life energy pathways involved. As the air inside the cup cools, it creates a vacuum that pulls the skin upward. The idea is that this action also helps to extract toxins from the body that are the origin of the health ailment. Generally, the cup will be left in place for no more than ten minutes.

Two forms of cupping are in use. Wet cupping involves puncturing the skin before applying the cup. This increases blood flow and is understood to speed up the removal of toxins from the body. Dry cupping is the more common application and omits the use of puncturing the skin. Often, cupping is used as preparation for a session of acupuncture. The acupuncturist may allow the patient a short time in between the cupping treatment and the administration of the acupuncture needles. Herbalists may also use cupping as a pre-requisite to a regimen of herbal therapy, or as a follow up treatment once the herbs have had time to begin breaking down the toxins that are causing the illness.

Cupping has a great deal of anecdotal evidence that supports its use as a means of dealing with arthritis in the limbs, swelling of joints, and congestion in the throat and lungs. There are also testimonials that claim that cupping has successfully been used to treat depression as well. Generally, cupping is not used when there is the presence of a tumor or suspicion that a growth may be malignant. Instead, the focus is more on everyday ailments that would not tend to require invasive surgery. However, traditional western medicine has not confirmed that cupping actually leads to any real health benefits. Still, the technique is used in many cultures and has many followers.

Hijamah In The Light Of Hadith

Ibnu 'Abbas R.Anho narrates that The Prophet Nabi SAW said: "Healing is in three things: 1.In the cutting edge of blade (used for Hijamah) 2.In a drink of Honey 3.In branding with iron,However,I fobid my Ummah from branding with iron ".(Bukhari)
Ibnu 'Abbas R.Anho also is reported to have said :"The best dates for Hijamah are the 17,19 and 21 (of the lunar month)

History of Cupping

Cupping therapy is an incredibly ancient and universal practice that spans both East and West.  In the primitive shamanistic practices of all the world's indigenous peoples, there were certain shamans who specialized in the sucking out of illness and infirmity from the body.  

In the East, the Chinese have been practicing the art of cupping for at least three thousand years.  Along with Tui Na massage, acupuncture and moxibustion, cupping forms part of the traditional bodywork or physiotherapy system of TCM, or Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Cupping is applied to the acupuncture points to relieve the stagnation of Qi and blood, both locally and in the organ(s) activated by the point.  

In the West, cupping therapy had its birth in Egypt.  The Ebers Papyrus, written around 1550 B.C.E., states that bleeding by wet cupping removes foreign matter from the body.  In cupping, the ancient Egyptians saw the remedy for just about every disorder.  

The ancient Egyptians passed the art of cupping on to the ancient Greeks.  BothHippocratesand Galen were staunch advocates and users of cupping therapy.  Galen once condemned Erasistratus, a noted physician in Alexandria, for not using cupping.  Herodotus, a famous Greek historian and physician, wrote, in 413 B.C.:

"Scarification with Cupping possesses the power of evacuating offending matter from the head; of diminishing pain of the same part; of lessening inflammation; of restoring the appetite; of strengthening a weak stomach; of removing vertigo and a tendency to faint; of drawing deep-seated offending matter towards the surface; of drying up fluxions; checking hemorrhages; promoting menstrual evacuations; arresting the tendency to putrefaction in fevers; allaying rigors; accelerating and moderating the crisis of diseases; removing a propensity to somnolence; conciliating natural repose; removing heaviness.  These, and many analogous maladies, are relieved by the judicious application of the Cucurbits (Cups), dry or bloody."

"From the ancient Greeks and Romans, through the Alexandrians and Byzantines, cupping therapy was passed on to the Muslim Arabs and Persians.  The Prophet Mohammed even sanctioned the use of cupping.  Cupping is now an important and popular  therapeutic modality of Unani Medicine".  

In the West, cupping remained an important part of medicine and therapy, both conventional, alternative, and folk-based, until the early 20th century.  The surgeon Charles Kennedy wrote, in 1826:

"The art of cupping has been so well-known, and the benefits arising from it so long experienced, that it is quite unnecessary to bring forward testimonials in favor of what has received not only the approbation of modern times, but also the sanction of remotest antiquity."

After fallingout of favor with medicine in the modern era, cupping therapy is enjoying a resurgence in popularity, promoted by acupuncturists and other holistic healthcare practitioners.  New and exciting variations on this ancient technique, like cupping massage, are also being developed.
One secret of cupping's perennial popularity is its great ability to promote a state of deep pleasure and profound relaxation.  Hopefully, cupping is here to stay.

How Cupping Works

Traditional healers have long recognized the association between pain and conditions of congestion, stagnation and blockage.  An old Chinese medical maxim states:  Where there's stagnation, there will be pain.  Remove the stagnation, and you remove the pain.

Not only pain, but the vast majority of all illness and disease comes from stagnation, congestion and blockage - of energy, like the Vital Force, or of vital fluids or humors, like blood, phlegm or lymph.  The suction applied by cupping sucks out and breaks up that congestion, stagnation, or blockage, restoring a free flow to the vital energies and humors of the organism.
Actually, pain is the essence of disease.  Suffering, or dis-ease, is experienced when things aren't flowing right, when there's some difficulty or obstruction to the natural flow and functioning of the body.  This is what Galen meant when he spole of disease as being the state contrary to Nature.

In addition to dispersing and breaking up stagnation and congestion in the flow of the Vital Force, blood and other humors, cupping also disperses pathogenic heat, toxins and inflammation by bringing them to the surface for release.  Pathogenic heat and toxins can fester and eat away at the organism when they're submerged and under pressure, but they find release at the surface.  Cupping can even be instrumental in mitigating or relieving fevers in the acute crisis stage, and in mitigating and reducing the putrefaction of blood and other humors, a common cause of fevers.
By drawing congested energy, blood, or other humors to the surface, cupping is a form of derivation therapy.  Derivation means the drawing away or diversion of vital energies or substances away from the site of blockage and obstruction in order to relieve congestion and restore health and patency to the organism.  

Toxins, morbid humors and other congested offending matter can do more harm when they're deep within the organism, obstructing the functioning of the vital organs at the body's core.  The organism, whenever it can, will try to peripheralize such morbid matter by sending it to the service in the form of various cysts, boils or eruptions, even though they nay be unsightly.  Cupping is a way of activating this peripheralization and relieving pathogenic congestion to the internal organs, thus averting or preventing more serious disorders.
By improving the circulation of blood, lymph and other vital fluids and breaking up and dispersing blockages and congestions of offending waste matter, toxins and morbid humors, cupping improves the eliminative functions and the evacuation of wastes from the organism.  In Greek Medicine, the proper and timely evacuation of wastes from the body forms an important aspect of hygiene.  Whether it be constipation, urinary retention, or even suppressed menses, the undue retention of anything that should be expelled is a major cause of morbidity and disease.
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Acupuncture point is indeed a very important point in the human body.Even though this point is not visible to the naked eyes,it determines the health of a person.This is true because the symptom may be healed by applying pressure or massage,or by rubbing,acupunturing and fumigation (scorching with small fire on the point of sick person)
Medical practise in the east holds a belief that human body is like a small universe; it is not always bright and sunny all year round but cloudy and rain do sometimes come to interfere.Winter and summer come and go and so is the human body;it does not stay healthy all year round but sickness attacks at times.

Six Organs of the Stomach

According to the Eastern Medical Practise organs in the human body are devided into two groups:six in the upper stomach(thorax) and the other six are in the lower stomach(abdomen).Six organs of the thorax are the liver,heart,pancreas,lung,kidney and heard envelope.The organs of the abdomen are spleen,small intestine,stomach,large intestine,bladder and sanjiao


Acupuncture is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and to improve functioning. This is done by inserting needles and applying heat or electrical stimulation at very precise acupuncture points.


The classical Chinese explanation is that channels of energy run in regular patterns through the body and over its surface. These energy channels, called meridians, are like rivers flowing through the body to irrigate and nourish the tissues. An obstruction in the movement of these energy rivers is like a dam that backs up in others.
The meridians can be influenced by needling the acupuncture points; the acupuncture needles unblock the obstructions at the dams, and reestablish the regular flow through the meridians. Acupuncture treatments can therefore help the body's internal organs to correct imbalances in their digestion, absorption, and energy production activities, and in the circulation of their energy through the meridians.
The modern scientific explanation is that needling the acupuncture points stimulates the nervous system to release chemicals in the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These chemicals will either change the experience of pain, or they will trigger the release of other chemicals and hormones which influence the body's own internal regulating system.
The improved energy and biochemical balance produced by acupuncture results in stimulating the body's natural healing abilities, and in promoting physical and emotional well-being.


Acupuncture is a very old medical art, and there are many approaches to learning and practicing it. Medical acupuncture is the term used to describe acupuncture performed by a doctor trained and licensed in Western medicine who has also had thorough training in acupuncture as a specialty practice. Such a doctor can use one or the other approach, or a combination of both as the need arises, to treat an illness.


Medical acupuncture is a system which can influence three areas of health care:

  • promotion of health and well-being,
  • prevention of illness,
  • treatment of various medical conditions.

While acupuncture is often associated with pain control, in the hands of a well-trained practitioner it has much broader applications. Acupuncture can be effective as the only treatment used, or as the support or adjunct to other medial treatment forms in many medical and surgical disorders.The World Health Organization recognizes the use of acupuncture in the treatment of a wide range of medical problems, including:

  • Digestive disorders: gastritis and hyperacidity, spastic colon, constipation, diarrhea.
  • Respiratory disorders: sinusitis, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, recurrent chest infections.
  • Neurological and muscular disorders: headaches, facial tics, neck pain, rib neuritis, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, various forms of tendinitis, low back pain, sciatica, osteoarthritis.
  • Urinary, menstrual, and reproductive problems.

Acupuncture is particularly useful in resolving physical problems related to tension and stress and emotional conditions.
If you have questions about a specific illness or disorder not listed above, you can usually have your questions answered by medical acupuncturists practicing in your area.


The number of treatments needed differs from person to person. For complex or long-standing conditions, one or two treatments a week for several months may be recommended. For acute problems, usually fewer visits are required, and for health


Usually not. As energy is redirected in the body, internal chemicals and hormones are stimulated and healing begins to takeplace. Occasionally the original symptoms worsen for a few days, or other general changes in appetite, sleep, bowel or urination patterns, or emotional state may be triggered. These should not cause concern, as they are simply indications that the acupuncture is starting to work. It is quite common with the first one or two treatments to have a sensation of deep relaxation or even mild disorientation immediately following the treatment. These pass within a short time, and never require anything more than a bit of rest to overcome.


People experience acupuncture needling differently. Most patients feel only minimal pain as the needles are inserted; some feel no pain at all. Once the needles are in place, there is no pain felt. Acupuncture needles are very thin and solid and are made from stainless steel. The point is smooth (not hollow with cuttingedges like a hypodermic needle) and insertion through the skin is not as painful as injections or blood sampling. The risk of bruising and skin irritation is less than when using a hollow needle.
Because your doctor carefully sterilizes the needles using the same techniques as for surgical instruments, or uses disposable needles, there is no risk of infection from the treatments.


Yes. In the past 2,000 years, more people have been successfully treated with acupuncture than with all other health modalities combined. Today acupuncture is practiced widely in Asia, the Soviet Union, and in Europe. It is now being used more and more in America by patients and physicians. Acupuncture treatments can be given at the same time other techniques are being used, such as conventional Western medicine,osteopathic or chiropractic adjustments, and homeopathic ornaturopathic prescriptions. It is important that your physician-acupuncturist know everything that you are doing, so he or she can help you get the most benefit from all your treatments.


No. Acupuncture is used successfully on cats, dogs, horses and other animals. These animal patients do not understand or believein the process that helps them get better. A positive attitude toward wellness may reinforce the effects of the treatment received, just as a negative attitude may hinder the effects of acupuncture or any other treatment. A neutral attitude ("I don't know if I really believe in this.") will not block the treatment results.
wing guidelines are important:

  • Do not eat an unusually large meal immediately before or after your treatment.
  • Do not over-exercise, engage in sexual activity, or consume alcoholic beverages within 6 hours before or after the treatment.
  • Plan your activities so that after the treatment you can get some rest, or at least not have to be working at top performance. This is especially important for the first few visits.
  • Continue to take any prescription medicines as directed by your regular doctor. Substance abuse (drugs and alcohol) especially in the week prior to treatment, will seriously interfere with the effectiveness of acupuncture reatments.
  • Remember to keep good mental or written notes of what your response is to the treatment. This is important for your doctor to know so that the follow-up treatments can be designed to best help you and your problem

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