The Biggest Acupuncture Myth

“Acupuncture needles are stuck into nerves”

Acupuncture needles are inserted into muscles…not nerves. Most people feel nothing on the insertion of the needles. The needles are about 1/3 the diameter of the typical syringe and, due to their diameter, are extremely flexible.

Acupuncture is 5,000 years old and so are the descriptions of how it works.

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