Two class medicine as an example of bad news for the acupuncture 72 million legally insured: the services of the statutory health insurance are being further slashed. Cost of treatments according to the traditional Chinese method will no longer be reimbursed. Acupuncture is a part of Chinese medicine which includes herbs customer, nutritional therapy and breathing and meditation methods, such as the Qi Gong undTi Ji Quan. Zhen JIU is the Chinese name for acupuncture. Zhen means “Needle”, “Jiu” heat.
Do not heat up can the statutory health insurance funds and the Management Board of the physicians Association of Westfalen-Lippe for this treatment services for urological patients is further offered in the statutory health insurance. Mark Hyman, MD may not feel the same. It has gepikst is out. Urological disorders were excluded from the services of the statutory health insurance. Thus, in China, a patient is now better than in the rich industrial nation of Germany. Many functional and Mood disorders, which can be classified not by Western medicine, can be explained by the system of Chinese medicine, classify and treat successfully. 70-80% of patients treated with acupuncture in the West, suffering from chronic pain.
Additionally, diseases of the musculoskeletal system and functional disorders which can be also psychosomatic, common indications. A high number of patients is disappointed by the therapeutic effectiveness of Western medicine and wishes efficient alternatives providing acupuncture. The patient inlet has multiplied in recent years in this area, and patients expect a high-quality medicine. So far, the funds were allowed to reimburse acupuncture within the framework of so-called model tests and only for some pain treatments. However, only a few funds had joined these model experiments. With urologist the spare funds had rejected it after the old regime to treatment contract. The Federal Joint Committee (G-BA) had decided on April 18, 2006 in his occupation responsible for the out-patient contract medical insurance of the statutory health insurance with chronic back or knee pain will generally claim an acupuncture treatment with needles as a control power of their health insurance. The Federal Committee of physicians and health insurance was limited to when the eligibility only three indications of pain treatments. The akupunktierenden physicians are placed in front of the choice, either a prescription of acupuncture at the three diagnoses to engage or continue further training, to apply a syndrome-based acupuncture. Urologists are generally excluded from this rule, although they have enjoyed an equally good education like other akupunktierende colleagues. This method of treatment as a self number ER performance (individual health) is open to urological patients.