Back pain is a common health issue, and many people experience varying degrees of back pain in their lives. Symptoms of back pain can include persistent or intermittent pain, stiffness, muscle spasms, and even radiating pain to the buttocks and lower limbs. Common causes of back pain include muscle strains, herniated discs, spinal arthritis, ligament injuries, poor posture, and stress.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Dieda therapy is a traditional treatment method that involves specific techniques such as massage, tapping, and kneading with appropriate force and rhythm. The purpose of Dieda therapy is to promote the circulation of Qi and blood, clear meridians, alleviate muscle spasms, eliminate blood stasis and Qi blockages, and restore normal function to the back tissues.
Cleanse the skin of the lower back and preheat the area with a hot compress or warm towel to relax the muscles and promote blood circulation.
Apply gentle tapping, kneading, and massaging techniques to the affected area of the lower back using the techniques of Dieda therapy, using the palm, fist, or a wooden hammer as tools.
Stimulate specific acupoints related to back pain, such as the Yaoyu acupoint (a vital point in the lower back) and the Dazhui acupoint (located between the neck and spine).
Supplement the Dieda therapy with other traditional Chinese medical treatments such as cupping or moxibustion as necessary for comprehensive treatment.
Provide patients with adequate rest after Dieda therapy, avoiding excessive exertion, and follow up with further treatment and health care as recommended by a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner.
Please note: Dieda therapy for back pain requires professional skills. Consult a qualified traditional Chinese medicine practitioner or Dieda therapist to ensure safety and effectiveness.
If you are experiencing back pain, please seek timely consultation from medical professionals or traditional Chinese medicine practitioners for proper diagnosis and treatment.
July 06, 2023
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