Use of animal acupuncture model
The characteristic of animal acupuncture model is based on the basic characteristics of TCM syndrome differentiation and treatment. The data collected from the four diagnoses are used to judge the nature of cold and heat deficiency and excess of the disease through the eight outlines, the location of the meridians and collaterals in the disease table, determine the name of the syndrome, and establish the thinking process of diagnosis In order to find out the root cause of the disease-the imbalance of Yin and Yang.
Acupuncture is based on the basic theories of Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, Ying and Wei Qi and blood to determine the attribution of the disease, distinguish the types of external and internal, cold and heat, and deficiency and excess. The animal acupuncture model is characterized by directly acting on acupuncture points. We follow the principles of syndrome differentiation and treatment and supplementing deficiency and relieving solids. We use needles to physically stimulate acupoints. Through the conduction and response of meridians, we adjust the body's function of Yingwei, Qi, blood and viscera to restore the relative dynamic balance of yin and yang in the body. Acupuncture and moxibustion are used to treat 43 human diseases, and 80% of people in the United States learn acupuncture and moxibustion. Veterinarians in Hong Kong, Australia, Taiwan and other places use animal acupuncture models to learn acupuncture and moxibustion to treat skin diseases and relieve the pain of tumors.
Domestic scholars have accumulated 85 kinds of dog diseases that can be treated with acupuncture. In our many years of clinical work on canine diseases, we have collected a large number of medical records to objectively express the effective curative effect and indications of acupuncture, and developed an animal acupuncture model and a multifunctional acupuncture bed. It can be said that acupuncture technology has wide indications and unique curative effect. It has a pivotal position in the international medical world.