Arkansas Acupuncture Center treats eye diseases and provides pain relief through micro and acunova acupuncture.
The Arkansas Acupuncture Center was established in 2008 to provide specialized treatment for those suffering from degenerative eye disorders using the microacupuncture system. Patents can also receive help for other chronic conditions and various types of pain.
Arkansas Acupuncture Center’s files are filled with success stories of people who found help and hope for visual impairment due to degenerative eye diseases such as macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, glaucoma and related conditions.
Thousands of people have traveled to Arkansas from all over the United States and abroad to receive a specialized form of Acupuncture that can enhance vision in patients suffering from retinal and optic nerve disorders. In 2003, Lizbeth Ryan was trained in the Microacupuncture system by Per Otte, and continues to practice this exciting new Acupuncture modality for patients suffering from degenerative eye diseases from all age groups, and all walks of life. In most cases, patients experience restored vision, or at least were able to maintain a certain level of vision. In 2013, Lizbeth started using a new treatment for eye diseases called Acunova. She uses this new treatment with some patients, but still finds that she sees the best results with the micro- acupuncture procedure.