Modern Acupuncture – FSN!
stand for “Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling”
Due to modern society’s different attitude to the healing process and the requirement of a speedy healing, traditional acupuncture has been questioned by current scientific research. However, can traditional acupuncture professionals change their attitude and developing more effective healing methods? Does acupuncture need to change? Do acupuncture technique and clinical efficacy need to be updated?
is a newly developed acupuncture technique which is different from traditional acupuncture.
With the development of subcutaneous stimulation technique which was invented by the pioneer Dr Zhonghua Fu, the FSN has been widely spread to China and European countries. We believe this FSN may be the answer!
Although we are a small group of acupuncturists which are trained both in traditional acupuncture and modern Acupuncture-FSN modality. We anticipate the modern acupuncture, like FSN will be more beneficial to modern society due to its quick response and safer natures.
less pain and instant effect
Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN) is a modern acupuncture modality, which was invented by Dr Zhong-hua Fu, a Chinese doctor, in 1996. The FSN practitioner uses a modified acupuncture needle to stimulate areas where nearby trigger points, or tightened muscles (TM), in order to treat musculo-skeletal conditions as well as many other medical conditions, for instance avascular necrosis (AVN), AMD, Parkinson’s disease, etc. With the characters of much less pain and instant effect, the patients quite often describe the FSN as “magic needle”.