Acupuncture is recognised throughout the world today as a highly effective and comprehensive healing modality.
Acupuncture is also used successfully in conjunction with allopathic medicine for the treatment of a wide variety of medical conditions and injuries, including sports injuries, muscular aches and pains, as well as in the treatment of long-standing illnesses.
Additionally, for certain categories of people, and in specific cases, the use of needles is not possible. These include people who have an aversion to needles, as well as very young infants, animals and people with contra-indicated conditions, such as severe burns.
The δelta Probe
coMra–Therapy is well-suited to provide an appropriate stimulus, as a result of its unique arrangement of radiances. In particular, the δelta Probe terminal, using the Extended Sheath, has a very closely-arrayed layout of light sources. This enables light to be directed towards a specific point, and makes the δelta Probe terminal ideal for the purposes of acupuncture with light.
Some modern practitioners have embraced the use of acupuncture to treat pain, explaining the analgesic effects of acupuncture as caused by the release of endorphins.