Acupuncture Clinic

Acupuncture | Gaps | Neural Therapy

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At Every Point of Our Lives.

Acupuncture is a scientific treatment method based on autonomic regulation by inserting a single-use, sterile needle into acupuncture points designated in the body with a history of more than 5000 years in China. Many diseases can actually be treated by balancing energy in the body even though acupuncture is now adopted only as a method of losing weight and getting rid of smoking addiction. It is also possible to invest in medication-free health with the healing power of the body without the occurrence of diseases. Most preferred acupuncture treatments include obesity, addiction treatment (smoking-alcohol), migraine and other headaches, and waist-neck-back pain. An acupuncture session lasts a minimum of 15 minutes; however, 20-25 minutes may extend up to a maximum of 1 hour depending on this patient’s sedation (relaxation-sleep-state).

Some Acupuncture-Treated Diseases

Approved by the WHO (World Health Organization)

Smoking Addiction

Shoulder Calcification | Osteoarthritis

Tennis Elbow

Migraine and Tension Type Headaches

Bronchial Asthma | Meniere’s Disease



Facial Paralysis | Sciatic

Depression | Stress

Trigeminal Neuralgia

Skin Diseases

Toothache | Peptic Ulcer

Acute and Chronic Gastritis

Chronic Rhinitis

Food Addiction (Obesity)

Constipation | Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Thyroid Function Disorders

Diabetes | Cushing's Syndrome


Menstrual Disorders

Nocturnal enuresis (Night Urination)

Indications of Acupuncture by Ministry of Health

Mech. Pain of Musculoskeletal System

Joint Pain | Migraine

Other Non-Organic Headaches

Toothaches | Birth Pain

Muscle Spasm | Lumbar Hernia

Chronic Periodic Low Back Pain

Pregnancy-Related Nausea/Vomiting

Carsickness-Related Nausea/Vomiting

Gastrointestinal System Disorder

Motility Disorders | Reflux

Neuropathic Pains

Allergic Rhinitis Symptoms

Vertigo without Organic Reason

Dysmenorrhea | Infertility | Geriatric

Premenstrual/Polycystic Ovary

Anxiety due to Smoking Cessation


Nausea, Vomiting, Pain, Dry Mout

Dietary Compliance in Obesity

Allergy | Eczema | Skin Dryness | Itching

Sleep Disorder without Organic Reason

GAPS Diet Protocol

(Gut and Psychology/Physiology Syndrome)

Physiological disorders caused by psychiatric-psychological and autoimmune causes are the cases where the brain and body are exposed to toxic loads due to abnormal intestinal flora, leaky gut wall. GAPS treatment is a diet protocol for repairing the intestinal wall and unhealthy flora. It is not only a diet, it is a way of life. Chronic psychological and physiological diseases can be treated with diet in accordance with the GAPS protocol and it is possible to live without catching the disease.

Diseases Treated with GAPS Diet

Depression | Schizophrenia

Panic Attack

Autism | Bipolar Disorder

Attention Deficit | Hyperactivity

Dyslexia | Dyspraxia

Eating Disorders (Anorexia)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Asthma | Allergy | Eczema

Thyroid Disorders | Fibromyalgia

Irritable Bowel Syndrome | Constipation

Crohn's | Ulcerative Colitis

Neural Therapy

Neural therapy is a treatment method of German origin that is successful in the treatment of diseases that cause chronic pain. It is a treatment method applied by administration of local anaesthetics (0.4% lidocaine/procaine) to related tissue, painful points, acupuncture points, surgical scars, and autonomic ganglia in the treatment of chronic pain and diseases. In all disorders that are often said to be related to the patient’s psychological condition and that modern medicine cannot explain or diagnose,

Diseases Treated with Neural Therapy

Neck Pain | Back Pain

Low Back Pain | Shoulder Pain

Migraine and Other Headaches

Knee Pain | Hip Pain

Waist, Neck Hernias

Rheumatoid Disorders

Allergic Diseases | Trigeminal Neuralgia

Ankylosing Spondylitis | Fibromyalgia

Depression | Anxiety | Stress

Sleep Disorders



Facial Paralysis

Restless Leg Syndrome

Gut Disorders

Crohn's | Ulcerative Colitis

Constipation | Diarrhoea

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

In the Treatment of Sports Injuries

Cosmetic Acupuncture

Our skin loses its elasticity and vitality with the effect of gravity, nutrition, and external factors over time and gets a wrinkled, moisture-free, lifeless appearance. Today, many methods are applied to rejuvenate the skin. Botox, PRP, mesotherapy, filling or surgical methods are among the most known.
If you want to look young and have a natural look with your own energy without medication, you can benefit from Mei-Zen cosmetic acupuncture protocol. Mei-Zen is a protocol developed by Dr. Martha Lucas, which means ‘beautiful-person’, applied by acupuncturists in many parts of the world.
Cosmetic acupuncture is based on stimulating the production of collagen and elastin by balancing the blood flow to the skin with the acupuncture points determined in the body before requiring external medication injection or anaesthesia and by injecting acupuncture points according to the Mei-Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture protocol of the face or neck whose priority is determined according to the patient. Brightness, vitality, loss of surface wrinkles, and deep wrinkles becoming superficial are observed on the skin by balancing the vital energy-chi of the organs as a whole.
Mei-Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture protocol is applied twice a week for 5-week (10 session) cycles. Ideally, once-monthly protection sessions are held. 4-6 sessions per year will also be sufficient to maintain this effect. The session duration is 30 minutes. No pain is caused by the needle except the feeling of needle’s touching the skin.

After the application;

– The skin has a brighter and tighter appearance,

– Improvement may be observed in people with acne and colour imbalance,

– Old age spots may decrease and disappear,

– Increased skin tightness is observed,

The sooner cosmetic acupuncture is started, the more successful the permanence and results are. Permanence under 60 years of age can extend up to 2-5 years. Genetic factors, sleep patterns, diet, alcohol-smoking, etc. make this time different for everyone.

Conditions Where Cosmetic Acupuncture Practice Is Not Suitable



Epilepsy | Asthma Patients

Uncontrolled Hypertension Patients

Blood Diluent Medication Use

Excessive Alcohol Consumption

Migraine Patients

Botox in the Past 6 months

Neural Therapy

Cosmetic Acupuncture

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Dr. Cenay Bozkuş Atak

Acupuncturist | GAPS Consultant | Neural Therapist

Cenay Bozkuş Atak, who was born in 1989 in İstanbul and completed his primary, secondary, and high school education in İstanbul, graduated from Akdeniz University Faculty of Medicine in 2014.

Throughout medical education, the search for how diseases can be prevented without occurrence, treatment of diseases by supporting the healing capacity of the body with sustainable lifestyle changes, and maintaining a healthy body have directed her to GAPS training. Then, she enriched her way with Acupuncture training, which provides medication-free, bodily energy regulation, and treats diseases on a holistic basis.

She enjoys all kinds of training and meeting follow-up, communication, philosophy, yoga, sailing, and unconditionally serving the good for the protection and improvement of human health based on mental-body-mind.