Nanopuncture™ / Xing Nao Kai Qiao

This system was designed by Dr. Clayton Shiu and based on the system developed by Dr. Shi Xie Min.  Nanopuncture™ specifically integrates Western neurological analysis with East Asian Medicine’s knowledge of tendinomuscular meridians and Dr. Shiu’s specific neurological acupuncture techniques.  The result is a highly efficient system that can analyze where the nervous system is inhibited and then help to reset the nervous system in various parts of the body, offering significant neurovascular circulation benefits.

Nanopuncture™ uses specific methods on different parts of the body to activate a local nerve plexus, which innervates the injured tissue and increases circulation.  Through the use of special stimulation techniques, the needle can treat difficult cases of tendinopathy, by increasing the range of motion and strength, while relaxing tissues and improving nerve conduction and communication.

Nanopuncture™ is the system of choice for treating neurologic conditions, including TBI (traumatic brain injury), neuropathy, dysphagia, vocal paresis, concussions, strokes, and degenerative nerve diseases like Parkinson’s disease.

Micro Acupuncture™

Micro Acupuncture™, or MA48 for short, was developed by Dr. Andy Rosenfarb and based on a system founded in Denmark in the 1980s.  Micro Acupuncture™ is a system that utilizes 48 previously unknown acupuncture points located only on the hands and feet.  Micro Acupuncture™ is specific to the treatment of ophthalmology issues, including macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, optic nerve atrophy, dry eyes, cataracts, myopia, and more.

Micro Acupuncture™ addresses functional processes vital to optimal ocular function.  This can include proper energy production for visual function, proper nutrition for ocular cell metabolism, and proper detoxification of ocular toxins.  The cells of the eyes need clean water, clean air, proper nutrients, and proper circulation to function.  Diminished oxygen flow and poor circulation can result in the suffocation and starvation of the ocular cells, eventually causing vision problems.