Acupuncture is an effective treatment for chronic and acute complaints. As a treatment method, it is part of traditional Chinese medicine and is based on the ancient principle of balancing yin and yang. If this balance is disturbed, a problem can arise. Acupuncture can restore health by stimulating acupuncture points on the body's meridians. It is thanks to the complex network of meridians and vessels that Qi and blood are transported to every part of the body. All organs, tissues and senses get nourished, strengthened and rejuvenated.

An Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture uses special, thin acupuncture needles. During a treatment, specific points on the body are punctured. These points depend on the complaint. Each acupuncture point has a unique combination of properties. By puncturing the right, carefully chosen combination of points, your body is brought into greater balance. This reduces the complaints and you experience more vitality and relaxation.

There are several treatment acupuncture methods. In our practice, two specific treatment methods are used:

Classical acupuncture
Acupuncture according to the Balance Method

Each treatment method has its own uses and applications. Based on the intake we decide together which treatment method is best for you. Acupuncture is now one of the most popular forms of therapy that can also serve as a complement to Western medicine treatments.

Is acupuncture effective?

Acupuncture has shown to be effective for the treatment of intestinal complaints, headaches, back pain and many other complaints:

intestinal complaints
gynecological complaints
high blood pressure
hot flashes
post-traumatic stress disorder
irritable bowel syndrome
common cold

Recognized by health insurers

Most health insurers reimburse part of the costs through the supplementary insurance. This depends on the health insurer and the chosen care package. As a form of treatment, this therapy falls under complementary medicine. The Organ Balance practice is affiliated with the professional association named ‘LVNT’.