Acupuncture treatment for ADHD

This may not be the most sophisticated Acupuncture treatment but it sure is a step in the right direction.
Positive press for Acupuncture is definitely gold.
Thanks to all concerned!
http://www.wkyc.com/news/article/266605/3/Acupuncture-used-in-treating-ADHD-

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    About Alan

    Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. As a staunch advocate of practically based workshops, Alan draws upon his 30 years clinical experience and 19 years post and undergraduate teaching. Alan has presented, convened and hosted more than 50 Traditional Japanese Acupuncture workshops in Australia, Europe, and USA.

    Comments

    1. It’s always good to know that a lot of people can benefit from acupuncture especially those with ADHD syndrome. Will share this good news to my colleagues.

    2. I agree, it’s good to know there’s a lot of benefits of acupuncture. I also read one article that also talks about this.

    3. Great Article! I think that much of ADHD is based on the environment in which a child is raised. Lack of consistency regarding discipline and bribery by parents to

      get their kids to act a certain way has caused confusion. I think our schools need to reform the teaching environment so boys and girls can succeed equally. There

      is a difference between bad behavior and boy behavior.

    4. With an increasing number of children diagnosed with ADHD in schools – it is wonderful to offer an alternative to prescription medications. Not all parents like the idea of chemicals controlling their children.

      Alan – great article and way to bring awareness.

    5. It’s always good to know that a lot of people can benefit from acupuncture especially those with ADHD syndrome.The Japanese Style Acupuncture is the best method of treatment that you should think about. We provide quality treatment based on Japanese acupuncture in Glenelg.

    6. Definitely something that people need to be more aware of. Although acupuncture is not going to cure ADHA, it can help. I feel like most people think of acupuncture as just sticking needles in people, we need to make people more aware of the benefits.

    7. This is something more people need to become aware of, it seems many just assume acupuncture can cure one or two things not aid and cure a whole array of different things. Thank you for sharing

    8. I see more and more parents doing research into natural remedies for ADHD and other similar conditions. It’s inspiring, and I appreciate you shedding light on the subject!
      Kind Regards,
      Melissa

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