Augusto Weber is a Medical Doctor with a Masters Degree in Internal Medicine, specialist in Acupuncture by the Brazilian Medical College of Acupuncture (CMBA) and Zhejian Chinese Medical University (China) and is undertaking a PhD at University of Brighton in association with Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
He has been working with Acupuncture since 1990 and uses the approach of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with conventional Western Medicine. These include, systemic acupuncture, cups, and deactivation of “trigger points”. Also, he uses modern approaches including mind machines with psychoacoustic sounds (binaural beats) and music during the acupuncture session. Augusto has many years of experience with Chinese pulsology which improves diagnosis ability.
Acupuncture involves the insertion of needles at particular points of the body for therapeutic purposes. It is believed to have originated in China, and is a component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Those who have acupuncture therapy often report improvements in pain relief, immunity, increased energy, improved sleep and feeling calmer.