NICE Approves Acupuncture
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has recommended that people with lower back pain should be prescribed a course of acupuncture, exercise classes or some form of manual therapy or massage if their symptoms persist for six weeks or more.
This means that millions of patients with chronic back pain should be offered a choice of complementary therapies on the NHS despite alleged conflicting evidence about their effectiveness, which as we all know is based on the usual lobbying by drug companies who make a fortune out of pain sufferers.
It is the first time that the institute has officially recommended complementary therapies for use on the NHS in England and Wales. What this all means to you as a PainSolv Authorised Reseller is that you have an opportunity to ramp up your promotional activity to take advantage of the fact that PainSolv can be used on Acupuncture Points!
The comprehensive, full colour User Guide that comes with the PainSolv package gives full details of how sufferers can use the product safely on acupuncture points for a variety of chronic pain conditions.
This is particularly useful for people who suffer pain in hard-to-reach places, because some of the acupuncture points for these conditions are very accessible indeed. It is also relevant for those who either have an aversion to or contraindication with needle therapy of any kind.