Electro-Acupuncture For Blood Pressure & Cardiovascular Health (With Demonstration)

Electro-Acupuncture For Blood Pressure & Cardiovascular Health (with Demonstration)

As an acupuncturist looking to expand your expertise in treating heart disease, electro-acupuncture offers an innovative and practical approach. This technique combines traditional acupuncture with modern technology and has gained popularity for addressing various health issues, including low blood pressurehigh blood pressure, and overall cardiovascular health. This blog post will explore how to lower blood pressure using electroacupuncture and discuss what causes high blood pressure. We will also provide a demonstration of the procedure to give you a better understanding of this powerful treatment.


Diagnosis: Understanding Blood Pressure Range and Focusing on T5 Vertebrae Level for Heart Health

As an acupuncturist, you know that normal blood pressure is essential for overall health. However, blood pressure range varies, and factors such as age, sex, and lifestyle can influence an individual's average blood pressure. When the terrain of the T5 vertebrae and the cardiovascular system becomes non-optimal, according to the terrain theory, the electron charge decreases. Over time, this leads to tissue changes that become visible on the dermatomes of T5. By focusing on this vertebrae level, you can identify potential issues with the cardiovascular system and develop an effective treatment plan.


Electro-Acupuncture Training & Treatment: Targeting T5 or One to Two Vertebrae Levels Below

Blood pressure and cardiovascular health treatment target the T5 vertebrae or one to two levels below. This is because the Du channel, the central energy channel in the body, flows upwards. Therefore, the energy flow can be regulated by stimulating these specific electroacupuncture points, improving blood pressure and cardiovascular health.

Procedure Demonstration:

  1. Patient Preparation: Have the patient lie down comfortably on their stomach. Cleanse the skin around the target area to reduce the risk of infection.
  2. Needle Insertion: Carefully insert thin, sterile acupuncture needles at the appropriate points along the T5 vertebrae or one to two levels below. These needles should be inserted at a depth that allows you to effectively stimulate the target points.
  3. Electrical Stimulation: Connect the needles to the best electroacupuncture device available once the hands are in place. This device generates a controlled electric current through the arrows, stimulating the target points. The process of earthing electricity helps balance the body's energy.
  4. Treatment Duration: The electrical stimulation will typically last for 20 to 30 minutes, during which the patient should feel a mild tingling or pulsating sensation. Adjust the intensity of the electric current based on the patient's comfort level.
  5. Post-treatment: Carefully remove the needles and clean the skin after the treatment. The patient can then get dressed and resume their daily activities.


Electro-Acupuncture Benefits for Blood Pressure & Cardiovascular Health

Electro-acupuncture is a safe treatment option for improving low and high blood pressure and cardiovascular health. Some of the potential electroacupuncture benefits include:

  1. Reduced blood pressure: Studies have shown that electroacupuncture can effectively lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure in patients with hypertension.
  2. Improved circulation: By stimulating the appropriate points along the T5 vertebrae, electroacupuncture can help improve blood flow and circulation, which is essential for overall cardiovascular health.
  3. Reduced inflammation: Inflammation plays a crucial role in cardiovascular diseases. Electroacupuncture has been shown to reduce inflammation, which can help lower the risk of heart disease.
  4. Stress relief: Stress is a known risk factor for heart disease. Electroacupuncture can help alleviate stress and promote relaxation, which is beneficial for heart health. By modulating the sympathetic nervous system and promoting a balance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic systems, electroacupuncture can contribute to overall well-being.



As an acupuncturist, incorporating electroacupuncture into your practice can help you effectively treat heart disease and address various issues, including low and high blood pressure and other cardiovascular concerns. This technique offers a powerful approach to improving cardiovascular health by targeting specific electroacupuncture points and incorporating earthing electricity. If you want to expand your skills, consider investing in electroacupuncture training to ensure you can provide the best care possible to your patients.

Watch this video as I teach and demonstrate to you the Electro-Acupuncture for Blood Pressure & Cardiovascular Health.


I hope you enjoyed this episode, “Electro-Acupuncture For Blood Pressure & Cardiovascular Health and that you're ready to bring what you learned back into your clinic to help more patients and elevate our field of medicine.

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Jeremy B. Steiner, MD, Ph.D, DAOM

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