Why choose GreenLeaf Clinic?
GreanLeaf strenuously sought out ways to treat the types of ED that seemed
to show little effect through western medicine. Numerous cases have been
examined to better understand ED and have successfully diagnosed and
helped out whos lifestyle has been negatively impacted by ED. Eastern
medicine is definitely not the expeditious method of treatment when it
comes to results and the treatment requires a minimum of three months of
continuous treatments. However, the long-term benefits of the treatments
are highly recognized by the patients in their lifestyle, relationship and
Common Misconception about treating ED with acupuncture
"Do I have to receive acupuncture directly on my genitalia?"
Absolutely not. It is certainly the most frequently asked question by
patients with erectile dysfunction. Suppose it is natural to imagine
receiving acupuncture on the problematic area, and it is easy to scare the
potential patients seeking eastern treatment methods. Acupuncture will be
applied accordingly to treat the cause of your ED and location of points
will mainly be in the extremities. Some patients will require a
combination of acupuncture and herbal medicine depending on the diagnosis.
The infamous point for ED
"Li Gou," - an acupuncture point located on the medial surface of the
leg, 5/15th superior to the medial malleolus, immediately behind the
is one of the most effective points used in the treatment of Erectile
Dysfunction(ED.) The human body is held up by the fascia that allows space
for nerves, blood vessels, and the lymphatic system to function. We found
a link between the response on the surface of the body and changes in
internal organs and applied it to the treatment. Patients with ED mostly
expressed pain in the pubic bone area upon pressure. After the insertion
of a needle on Li Gou, the same area on the pubic bone was palpated once
again to check the pain, and it was evident that the pain was noticeably
reduced. Stimulation of Li Gou seems to release the fascia (thus increase
lymphatic, vascular and nervous activity) of the lower abdominal cavity,
but further clinical research is necessary.