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The Electron Spiral Pathway and What Happens during an Electro-Acupuncture Treatment?

Understanding the spiralized pathway of electrons aids our treatments. For example, it helps us know how we can unblock a channel or tonify it.

What happens to the electricity when we insert it into a point?

The electricity will enter disease areas because all diseases lack benevolent chi, and disease is measurable as electrical resistance or conductance.

How accurately do I need to be to get good results?

Depending upon which electro-acupuncture machine you are using, the needle only needs to be close to the disease because the electricity goes to the areas of least resistance which are also the same diseased tissues! This makes it easy for electro acupuncturists to get good results simply by targeting the correct diseased tissue.

In this short video clip, I show you how I think about the spiraling pathway of electricity, which is very helpful to keep in mind while formulating treatment protocols for your patients.

Let me know what you think or if you have any questions feel free to place them in the comments section below.

If you enjoyed this video and got value from it please be sure to share it with other practitioners.

Dr Jeremy Steiner DAOM, MSc

 

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