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"Sport Injuries: Effectively Treated with Acupuncture"

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  1. Back/Sciatica/ Neck/shoulder pain. Acupuncture is very effective solution when treating most neck and back problems. Neck, shoulder and back muscle tension and stiffness are very common with a work out gone wrong, or from just over sitting at your desk everyday. Talking on the phone or sitting in front of a computer for prolonged periods of time causes a lack of circulation in the tissue and fatigues the muscles involved. Injuries to these areas whether acute or chronic, should be addressed by acupuncture for full recovery.

  2. Disk bulges/Degenerative disk disease. I recommend seeking treatment prior to surgery. Acupuncture is used for pain and to reduce the inflammation.

  1. General soft tissue recovery, either acute or chronic.

  1. Neuropathy/Neuralgia. Nerve pain is annoying. It often moves around. It can be sharp and drilling like, or it can give you a feeling of numbness or "pins and needles."

  1. Knee, elbow, ankle injuries- ACL? Meniscus tears? or strains? Yes" treatable. If you have a knee condition that is bone on bone, acupuncture will not work, but if there is any cartilage there, acupuncture is often effective- reducing swelling, improving mobility, and strengthening the ligaments and tendons.

  1. Hamstring, Achilles, bicep tears.

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I am a gentle and caring practitioner of acupuncture and herbal medicine. PhD in Holistic Nutrition. Author of "Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine for Women's Health: Bridging the Gap Between Western and Eastern Medicine" Solo practitioner (more...)
 
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