About Dr. Niharika Chugh
Dr. Niharika Chugh established the Dr. Niharika Acupunture Clinic in Tilak Nagar, New Delhi. For the past 11 years, she has been a leading and respected professional in the field of acupuncture and moxibution, with a proven track record of diagnosing and healing patients with chronic and severe ailments.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in dentistry from HNB University in Srinagar, United Kingdom. Knowing the limitations of allopathic treatments and witnessing the wonders of acupuncture in the treatment of major chronic illnesses piqued her interest in the field of holistic acupuncture science. During the early stages of her medical education, she completed her first acupuncture project, which was well received by the institute’s medical department.
She then went on to complete her MD(AM) at IAM in Kolkata, as well as her Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science(Acupuncture) at Annamalai University in Chidambaram. She’s well-known in the acupuncture community.
She began her clinical practice in Delhi’s Swasthya vihar in 2010 and has successfully diagnosed and cured several patients with acupuncture and moxibution.
She established Dr. Niharika Acupuncture Clinic in Tilak Nagar, New Delhi, in 2011 and also worked as a visiting senior acupuncturist at Health Factor Multispecialty Clinic in Hari Nagar, New Delhi. She is currently extending her services to Tilak Nagar’s Dr. Niharika Acupuncture Clinic.
Dr. Niharika Acupuncture Clinic is ranked top among the Best Acupuncture Clinics in West Delhi for providing highly effective acupuncture operations at a low cost. Dr. Niharka is regarded as one of Delhi’s best acupuncture specialists, specializing in the treatment of a variety of medical ailments.
There are two research papers to her credit:
1. “Acupuncture in the success of Asthma” presented at ASA Mumbai in Dec 2014
2. “Acupuncture in the success of Rheumatoid Arthritis” presented at ASA Ludhiana in December 2015
3. “Acupuncture in the success of varicose veins” presented at ASA Delhi in Feb 2015
Her Treatment Methods
Acupuncture, as it is traditionally practiced, differs from acupuncture as it is commonly practiced. It’s a unique, holistic medical system that includes a comprehensive grasp of disease progression, treatment for a wide range of ailments, and a brilliant, specialized, and detailed theoretical understanding of optimal health. Traditional Chinese Medicine should not be confused with Classical Acupuncture. Treatments with traditional acupuncture are labor-intensive and time-consuming. The method of insertion and manipulation of each needle (which varies greatly depending on the type of meridian) and the ensuing nuanced alterations in the flow of qi in the meridians are given special attention.
Electroacupuncture is similar to traditional acupuncture in that it stimulates the same sites as traditional acupuncture. Needles are put on precise locations along the body, just like in conventional acupuncture. The needles are then connected to a device that uses small clips to generate constant electric pulses. Depending on the condition being treated, these devices are utilized to modify the frequency and intensity of the impulse being given. Two needles are used at a time in electroacupuncture so that the impulses can flow from one needle to the other. Several pairs of needles can be stimulated at the same time, with each session lasting no more than 30 minutes.
Plum Blossom Needling
The ancients called the five needles wrapped together like a plum-blossom a ‘plum blossom needle, and the bundle of seven needles a seven-star needle. The flexible grip enables superficial skin tapping with the needle head. This induces skin inflammation but not flesh inflammation, allowing congestion and soreness in the superficial muscle to be released. Although it may appear to be savage, it causes very little pain. Deep tissue massage, on the other hand, is significantly more painful.
Auriculotherapy, also known as auricular therapy, ear acupuncture, or auriculoacupuncture, is a type of alternative medicine based on the concept that the ear is a microsystem that reflects the entire body through the auricle, which is the outer section of the ear. Conditions impacting the patient’s physical, mental, or emotional health are thought to be treated solely by stimulation of the ear’s surface.
Scalp acupuncture is a type of acupuncture that has aided many people suffering from nervous system problems such as spinal cord injury (SCI) and multiple sclerosis (MS). Acupuncture microsystems for the complete body are represented by specific locations such as the ear, foot, hand, and scalp, in addition to standard body acupuncture. Health-promoting energy flow (also known as qi) can be stimulated in practically any body region by treating a specific microsystem. Although the scalp acupuncture microsystem may treat many of the same conditions as traditional acupuncture, it is particularly helpful in the treatment of nervous system diseases and pain.
Moxibustion is a type of heat therapy that involves the burning of dried plant materials called “moxa” on or near the skin’s surface. The goal is to warm and energize the body’s Qi flow while also dispelling harmful effects. Moxa is typically manufactured from the dried leafy material of Chinese mugwort (Artemesia argyi or A.vlugaris), but other ingredients can also be used. Patients receiving moxibustion frequently experience a sudden flood of warmth that swiftly radiates away from the place of treatment along a specific pathway (typically correlating with the jing luo channel that is being treated).
Cupping therapy is an ancient kind of alternative medicine in which a local suction is formed on the skin, with the belief that this promotes healing by mobilizing blood flow. Heat (fire) or mechanical devices are used to create suction (hand or electrical pumps). The skin is gently pushed upwards by producing a vacuum in a cup over the target area of the skin using either heat or suction. For five to fifteen minutes, the cup remains in place. Some people feel it can aid in the treatment of pain, deep scar tissue in muscles and connective tissue, muscle knots, and edema.
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