How many sessions are needed for Arthritis treatment in Acupuncture? – Dr. Gurudatta H K


That depends on each stage and the condition of the patient. Because most of the time when the condition such as arthritis is involved, there are additional conditions, perhaps hypertension, diabetes, obesity. Many other health problems. Therefore, it varies from individual to individual. It can be from 7 to 10 sessions, to 20 sessions, 40 sessions. Everything depends on each individual. To determine how many sessions are required, a thorough investigation must be conducted before starting treatment. Depending on the condition and stage of the patient, the doctor will determine how many sessions are required. In my opinion, a minimum of 12 to 15 sessions are required and can take from 25 to 30 acupuncture sessions to control pain. Even after the end of the treatment, acupuncture can be continued for as long as you want, as it helps reduce dependence on the medication. Help reduce pain, keep it at a minimum and continue with your day to day. activities very comfortably, but the only thing is that the frequency of acupuncture treatment will be quite less. Like, for example, once a week or once every 10 days, or I also do it once every 3 weeks. It is up to each individual how many sessions are required and can last as long as possible until the disease is present and many of the arthritis that can not be reversed, that can not be completely cured, that can simply be treated, acupuncture can go between depending on the condition and the doctor.

Video credits to Doctors’ Circle – Ask Doctors. Free Video Answers. YouTube channel





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