Pain Management and Rehabilitation

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- Neck, Shoulder and low back pain

- Headache, Migraine

- Bell’s Palsy

- Trigeminal Neuralgia

- TMJ

- Arthritis

- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

- Tennis Elbow 

- Sciatica

- Plantar Fasciitis

- Gout

- Sprain, Strains

- Fibromyalgia

- Shingles

- Auto Accident, Personal Injury

- Post-surgery care

- Post-Chemo Care 

- PTSD

- ADHD

- Sinus/Allergy  

- Stomachache and Stomach Discomfort

  

Acupuncture for pain management treats to reduce pain and prevent future occurrences by increasing Qi (Vital Energy) and blood circulation, while decreasing swelling, inflammation, and pain.

Treatment is all natural and has the overall effect of boosting the immune response at the area of pain. While Western medicine offers pain medications and anti-inflammatory drugs, side effects from prescription medications can be worse than the pain itself.

Also, the effectiveness of the drugs may wear off. Acupuncture for pain relief is an effective and all-natural way for treatment, in which endorphins and natural pain relievers are stimulated in the body.

Through acupuncture, the body is incited to heal and eliminate pain.

 

Each treatment plan is customized based upon each patient’s condition and need;

  • Acupuncture / Electro-Acupuncture

  • Acupressure Manipulation Therapy

  • Cupping / Moxibustion

  • Exercise Stretch Therapy

  • Hot and Cold Pad, Infra-Red Therapy

  • Herbal Powder, Pills, Decoction & Supplements

During your first consultation and treatment, our staff will work with you to identify Pathogenicity from an Eastern Medical Perspective, and create personalized treatment that is uniquely designed for your body.

Most patients feel better and experience pain relief within the first treatment.

However, we recommend having a total of 5 to 6 treatments during the first two weeks to fasten recovery and yield better results, varying upon your body condition.

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