Pilot study in micro-current acupoint therapy for Parkinsonand#39;s disease

Neurological Disorders

ISSN: 2329-6895

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Pilot study in micro-current acupoint therapy for Parkinson's disease

Neurology 2020 & Cognitive Neuroscience 2020

February 24-25, 2020

Cheung Chun Luke

Dalian Eaulier Hospital, China

Keynote: J Neurol Disord 2020

Abstract :

To investigate the therapeutic effect of micro-current electronic acupoint stimulation therapy on patients with Parkinson's disease. Subjects were 77 hospitalized patients with Parkinson's disease. 57 of them had received prior treatment without further improvement. This new therapy involved stimulating the acupuncture points with micro-current every day for 90 days. With the guide of the therapist, patients used the equipment by themselves to stimulate the related acupuncture points on the sole and body. And the therapist conducted the micro-current therapy on the head through massage. Modified Webster scale was used to analyze effectiveness of treatment. Combining the 10 symptoms, 35 patients (45.45%) had an improvement of more than or equal to 50%, and 19 patients (24.68%) had an improvement between 30% and 50%. Only 14 people (18.18%) improved less than 30%. Each symptom of the patients had significant improvement. This study has shown that micro-current electronic acupoint stimulation therapy can effectively improve the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, which is worthy of clinical promotion and further research.

Biography :

Cheung Chun Luke is the president of Eaulier (Dalian) Hospital. He has invented the micro-current electronic acupoint stimulation therapy, which combines the meridian theory of traditional Chinese medicine and the wavelength theory of Western medicine. This therapy has been applied in treating various illness. The success in Parkinson’s disease has been accepted for publishing in a Chinese Journal (Doctor on-line Medical Journal). Other papers that using this method to treat Parkinson’s disease has been published in a Chinese national outstanding technology journal in 2016/09 and Health and Environment Conference Proceedings 2017 organized by Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University in Dubai.

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