She said: “An analogy I find useful is to think of our body as an electrical circuit or like a network of roads and pathways.
“When things go array, a traffic jam occurs or there’s a short circuit, Acupuncture points act to widen the road or bypass the circuit to repair the communication.
“Traditional Acupuncture can fix things when they go wrong but it can also help preserve our health; like any intricate machine with moving parts that needs maintaining.”
What would Emma say to an acupuncture skeptic?
“It’s the perfect antidote to modern life even though it has been practiced for thousands of years. “It’s proven safe, well researched, effective, and treats what’s going on for you as an individual. I’d say they should give it go and find out the benefits for themselves.”
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