Clinical Dermatology Research Journal.ISSN: 2576-1439

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Energy Alterations In The Formation And Treatment Of Scleroderma

Introduction: Scleroderma is an uncommon sickness that hard and tight the skin and its connective tissues. Conventional Chinese Medicine (TCM) partners the illness with a Qi and Yang inadequacy and briskness prompting blood balance.

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that energy alterations have an influence on the formation of scleroderma and to propose an effective treatment using ancient medical tools, associated with Western standard treatment.

Methods: A case report of a female patient, 58 years of age, determined to have scleroderma, and in constant utilization of corticosteroids. The patient introduced a solidifying of the skin, with thin firm fingers, purpled at its tips, a few calcified stores in the glutes, and hips of solidified consistency. The patient’s case had no improvement despite a variety of Western treatment approaches.  Looking for another point of view on the issue, the patient sought an acupuncture clinic for the treatment of scleroderma.

Results: Three sessions of auricular acupuncture associated with apex ear bloodletting and diet for the restoration of the energy balance of Yin, Yang, Qi, and Blood were sufficient to have gain improvement with the softening of the skin and the calcifications that the patient presented on the glutes and hips. The patient expressed she felt more "rejuvenated, emotionally balanced, and happy."

Conclusion: The conclusion of this investigation is that scleroderma might be connected with vitality changes of Yin, Yang, Qi, and Blood and it is conceivable to make a fitting treatment rebalancing these energies.

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