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Acupuncture is a major part of oriental medicine.

It first appeared in Korea (Korean Peninsula), the eastern part of China, between 20,000 and -5000 years. Acupuncture is recorded in the Chinese National Treasure Emperor's Inner Book, and in the first chapter through the 16th chapter, acupuncture is described in the part of the emperor's decree that no one can revise the contents until later generations. Is stated to have come, and the content after Chapter 16 was distorted or erroneously revised several times in the later period of China.

At the time as described in the Emperor's Naekyung, the word east refers to the Korean peninsula.In other documents written at the time, it can be seen that the word “east” refers to the Korean peninsula in the same way. In 1963, a shell mound from Songpyeong-dong, Unggi-myeon, Gyeongheung-gun, North Hamgyeong-do, was excavated from the Paleolithic period along with pungseok and bone chim, and it is kept in the National Museum of Korea (relic number 9199/8420) and is recognized worldwide. However, in the modern era of Korea, there was a point in time when acupuncture was banned during colonial rule by Japan, and academics were dying. Even many Korean oriental medicine doctors do not know the description of the acupuncture sustenance written in the Chinese Emperor Naekyung.

The origin of acupuncture is from the Stone Age. At the time, sharp objects such as sharp stones or animal bones were ground and used as saliva.

This stone needle, which was assessed by the record written in the rumors of 〈Emperor Naekyung〉, is from the Neolithic period 10,000 to 4,000 years ago from now, and among them, pyeonseok can be said to be the most primitive form of acupuncture.

In addition, it is proved by looking at the literature of Chinese scholars that the origin of the beginning of the ‘Emperor Naekyung’, the original source of acupuncture, is ancient Korea (Koryo).

It is said that the Chinese acupuncture authority also recognized that "Korea is the suspicious country" academically.

Prof. Wang Seol-tae (deputy chief of the Chinese Academy of Chinese Studies) and Professor Ma Jeong-bang (director of the Chinese Academy of Acupuncture) proved Korean literature to Chinese scholars. He also said he confirmed the facts.

China claims acupuncture as its own traditional culture, deliberately distorts the history and truth, even compels all things such as Korean traditional culture, Kimchi, and Hanbok, as the origin of China. Is being hidden or manipulated in a foolish way. There were reports that Chinese acupuncture had submitted an application to be listed on UNESCO as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage.

As already described, the fact that the Liaodong Peninsula to the east of the Qin Dynasty was ancient Korea's territory was Gojoseon, which can be quickly understood from the solidarity of the two countries alone.

Recognition and legal control of acupuncture

The World Health Organization (WHO) has recognized the theoretical framework and validity of acupuncture and its medical effects. In other words, it is not a temporary pain relief or sedative effect, and it is recognized that repeated treatment improves regardless of the placebo effect. The World Health Organization published a list of diseases for which acupuncture is effective in 2002.

Currently, massage physiotherapy chiropractic is an adjuvant therapy that is helpful in treatment and is not a therapeutic act. Despite the need for treatment, there are more patients who spend time with adjuvant therapy and sometimes worsen than expected. Doctors usually use massage physiotherapy chiropractic. However, there are few doctors who recommend cognitive acupuncture because they do not want to admit it. Acupuncture is a medical practice that endangers life if it is wrong, and only acupuncture specialists can safely treat acupuncture.

In modern acupuncture, you have 20 to 30 minutes of oil immersion time with a very small acupuncture, and during that time, you can relax in a calm atmosphere.


Traditional treatment that helps relieve acute pain, chronic pain, musculoskeletal and emotional problems.

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