Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN), is one of Morden acupuncture technique which is using a modified acupuncture needle to stimulate areas where nearby trigger points, or taut muscles, tightened muscles to treat musculoskeletal conditions and other more medical conditions.. This technique was invented by Chinese, medical doctor, Dr Zhong-hua Fu in 1996. The FSN needle is only penetrating to subcutaneous layer and stimulating on this layer which gives a much more comfortable experience on the patient and also has an almost instantaneous pain reliving effect, such as muscular and ligaments strains, tennis elbow, or acute back pain. Many of our patients after the treatment, calling this FSN technique is ‘’MAGICAL NEEDLE ‘’ .
Based on Tightened Muscles theories, FSN has been extended to other medical conditions, such as chronic nonproductive dry cough, constipation, dizziness, weak bladder, periods pain, or avascular necrosis (AVN),and much more.
FSN needle is a disposable dry needle. Compare to traditional acupuncture technique, it is much safer as it only manipulating on subcutaneous layer. It is less pain and less sensation from patient. And FSN needling is safe to use on children and pregnancy women.
Acupuncture is now widely using for pain relief; some people even notice a difference in their condition after a single session of acupuncture. The treatment is not pain free. However, it is not as painful as ordinary injections or blood tests.
Shoulder pain / Frozen shoulder
Low back pain
it is much safer as it only manipulates on the subcutaneous layer. In fact, there is less pain and less sensation from the patient.
Severe pain caused by acute sprain/injury such as tendons and ligaments strain; Acute muscular strain, such as neck and shoulder pain, back pain. These types of pains will go instantly.
FSN needle is a disposable dry needle. We open a fresh steralised needle for each area covered.
|Treatment||Cost Per Session|
|Modern Acupuncture & FSN Needling||£50 - £60|
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