Practiced for over three thousand years, the Chinese technique of acupuncture has become a popular and widely accepted form of pain therapy. Guided by the Taoist principles of yin and yang, the acupuncturist seeks to restore physical and spiritual balance to the body by allowing the life essence, or body force, the chi, to more fully express itself.
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