There are over 19 microsystems of acupuncture. They each refer to specific areas or points on the body that are believed to correspond to the entire body or specific organ systems.
The concept is rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture theory, where it is believed that stimulating these microsystems can have a therapeutic effect on the corresponding part of the body.
Microsystems in acupuncture refer to specific areas of the body where acupuncture points or reflex points are concentrated and can be used to diagnose and treat a wide range of health issues.
They are considered mini-maps of the entire body and are used to provide targeted treatment for specific conditions.
It’s important to note that the effectiveness and scientific basis for these microsystems can vary, and some are more widely accepted than others.