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Acupoint Injections

What Are Acupoint Injections?

Acupoint injections are an infusion of herbs and homeopathy mixed with nutritional supplements. This treatment carries sterile substances injected into the acupuncture points to promote, restore, and retain health. It also helps in palliative care, acupuncture anesthesia, pain management, and disease prevention. This injection is not a substitute for traditional acupuncture but an adjunctive treatment that may help to heal. These injections treat common conditions such as headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, low back pain, hip pain, foot pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, sciatica, Achilles tendinitis, etc.


Acupuncture helps manipulate the qi meridians directly. This therapy removes blocks and mobilizes the energy in the meridians, which communicate with the nervous system to release the feel-good hormones. This therapy also calms the yang energy (fatigue) or stimulates the yin energy (swelling)

Emotions and mental functions are also the components of qi, i.e., the body’s vital energy and blood. Acupoint injections injected at the acupuncture points are more beneficial than subcutaneous injections, as the patient experiences the cumulative benefits of acupuncture and the healing properties of the infusion. We use Traumeel and Zeel injections for the treatment.

What Is Traumeel Injection?

This injection is a non-cortisone treatment that eases musculoskeletal pain. It is a safe alternative to corticosteroids and NSAIDs. Traumeel is a homeopathic solution composed of natural botanical and mineral extracts. This treatment is available for injections, drops, tablets, ointments, and gels.

What Is Zeel Injection?

Zeel is a homeopathic remedy for pain, stiffness, and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis, arthrosis, and rheumatic joint diseases.

Zeel Injection

Who Is Qualified to Perform the Acupoint Injection Therapy?

Only a licensed acupuncturist certified in Acupoint Injection Therapy can administer this treatment.

How Many Treatments Are Required?

Most patients feel the benefits of the treatment immediately, but certain conditions may require multiple treatment sessions.

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