To the correct treatment of chronic pain it is necessary for your attending physician, along with you, to look for every available therapeutic resources, which once added will result in a bigger benefit for your recovery.

Modern medicine develops techniques called neuromodulatories which can help curing many diseases without the inconvenient of the collateral effects caused by medicaments.

The largest worldwide centers of pain management use several forms of treatment with Neuromodulation, such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Deep Cerebral Stimulation and Peripheral Neuromodulation.

Although Neurofunctional Acupuncture uses the classic acupuncture needles, it is considered one of the most efficient forms of Peripheral Neuromodulation, besides being much cheaper and fully tolerable for all patients.

What is the definition of Neurofunctional Acupuncture?

Neurofunctional Acupuncture is a therapeutic technique that uses acupuncture needles or other modalities of physical or mechanic stimulus to produce somatic neuromodulatory effects.

To do so, any neuroreactive zone of the human body can be the target of the interventions whereas it is related previously to a diagnosis of neural sensitization, whether on local, segmental or suprasegmental levels.

The choice and the depth of the places to be stimulated depend, overall, on the neurophisiological proprieties of the structures that are being stimulated and the predictable effects about the organic dysfunction diagnosed.

Author: Cláudio Couto MD - CRM: 1135

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CNPJ: 10.506.329/0001-82

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CNPJ: 10.506.329/0001-82