One master acupuncturist for skin issues based in Frisco TX is Dr. Xie Yin. Her clinic boasts of her 24 years of experience in herbal medicine and acupuncture. She also has 7 years of experience as a medical doctor in China, combining Western and Chinese medicine with integrated acupuncture. —
According to an article Dr. Yin recently posted, acupuncture helps with several health conditions, including:
• Digestive problems
• Menstrual cramps
• Morning sickness
Dr. Yin’s post also reported that for skin problems, such as warts, wrinkles, and redness, the root cause might be a systemic disorder.
For example, dark undereye circles are symptoms of adrenal problems, while sluggish metabolism can be the reason why people develop bloodshot or puffy eyes. Cracked lips, on the other hand, is a sign of digestive trouble.
Here are the skin acupuncture benefits shared through the article:
“Look Younger Than Your Age"
Acupuncture triggers collagen production. Collagen has important functions, including providing skin mass and elasticity.
Acupuncture can also help increase blood flow on the face. If done correctly, the procedure can revive the natural pinkish skin one used to have in their younger years.
It is a non-invasive approach
Skin acupuncture is a safe option:
• No foreign substances
• No serious swelling
• No risk of disfigurement
Acupuncture is not painful. A sensation of numbness is all that the patient experiences.
It affects several systems in the body
Skin acupuncture helps in stimulating the circulatory and lymphatic systems to deliver oxygen and nutrients to skin cells.
Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic’s post also discussed the different acupuncture points for skin diseases.
Eczema – this is a condition where patches become inflamed, red, cracked, itchy, and rough. Blisters may also occur.
The acupuncture points for this skin condition are GB31 (point at the side of the thigh, just above the knee) and SJ6 (located close to the hand)
Psoriasis – an immune-mediated disease typically affecting the elbows, knees, or scalp.
The acupuncturist stimulates the points S15 (wrist) and SI1 (pinky finger).
Rosacea – causes redness and visible blood vessels in the face.
To reduce swelling and red marks, needles are inserted in the upper and lower parts of the nose.
The article also revealed the coding system acupuncturists use to refer to different body organs.
• LV (liver)
• ST (stomach)
• LI (large intestine)
• KI (kidney)
• LU (lungs)
• GB (gallbladder)
• SP (spleen)
• HT (heart)
Read full article here.
According to Dr. Yin, acupoints target specific organs. For heart diseases, insertions are made on the wrist and some points in the hand. For patients suffering from kidney diseases, the acupuncturist will stimulate points in and around the ankle.
Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic
Yin’s Clinic is accessible through its website yinsclinic.com or via phone (972) 668-2626. You may talk directly with Dr. Yin or with her equally-esteemed colleague Cathy Cai. Both acupuncturists are licensed by the Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. The clinic treats medical issues other than skin problems, such as hormonal imbalance, chronic pain, infertility, and addiction.
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Name: Dr. Xie Yin
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Organization: Yin's Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic
Address: 5899 Preston Road, Building 8, Suite 801, Frisco, TX 75034
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