Acupuncture Treats Pain and Injuries Conditions Including:

Ankle sprains are a common condition that can occasionally take a while to heal. Symptoms include dull pain, sharp pain, swelling, and limited range of motion and function.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes



Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when the median nerve of the arm is compressed within the “carpal tunnel,” a passageway that protects it. Symptoms can include numbness, tingling and/or weakness.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes



Fibromyalgia is a condition of generalized muscle pain, often accompanied by fatigue, mood issues, and cognitive issues.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes



Frozen Shoulder is a condition of pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint. Frozen shoulder begins gradually. Pain and stiffness increase with time, as range of motion continues to reduce.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes



Headaches come in a variety of types. Tension headaches can occur anywhere on the head, are characterized by mild to moderate pain, and are typically not accompanied by other symptoms. Sinus Headaches occur when the sinus cavities in the face become inflamed. There can also be infection in one or more of the sinus cavities. Pain is felt in the face and forehead. Sinus headaches can be accompanied by other sinus symptoms including runny or stuffy nose, possible fever, and/or possible ear blockage. Migraine Headaches are characterized by throbbing pain, light sensitivity, nausea and/or vomiting, and appetite loss. Migraine headaches can last from 3 hours to 4 days. Hormonal headaches appear before or during hormonal shifts in the menstrual cycle, menopause, and pregnancy.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes



Hernias occur when an organ or tissue pushes through a weakness in the muscle that surrounds it, causing a bulge or a lump. There are several types of hernias. Inguinal hernias occur when a portion of the intestine intestine pushes through a weakness in the inguinal area. Hiatal hernias are often accompanied by acid reflux, and are diagnosed by the stomach protruding into the chest cavity. Umbilical hernias can occur as a result of pregnancy, when the intestine pushes through a weakness in the muscles surrounding the umbilicus.

Treatable with Acupuncture: Yes, but depends on hernia size, severity, and overall condition of patient. Some hernias require surgery.



Herniated disc ooccurs when the substance within a spinal disc pushes through the wall encasing it, causing pain and sometimes leading to immobility.

Treatable with Acupuncture: Yes.



Hip Pain involves pain in the muscles surrounding the hip, or pain in the hip joint. Hip pain can result from arthritis, bursitis, labral tears, and muscle or tendon strain.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes, but depends on diagnosis. Some diagnoses require surgery.



Injuries can include muscle strain, muscle tear, meniscus tear, broken bones, and sprains.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes, but depends on diagnosis. Some conditions require surgery.



IT Band Syndrome involves pain on the outer side of the knee, or in the outer thigh above the knee joint, made worse when the heel meets the ground, or following activity. IT Band Syndrome is typically caused by overuse and is common in athletes.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.



Knee Pain occurs with overuse, arthritis, injuries, patella issues, joint issues, torn meniscus, and ligament issues.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes, but depends on diagnosis. Some diagnoses require surgery.



Low Back Pain causes include muscle strain, disc issues, arthritis, physical strain, lifting something incorrectly, injuries, and aging.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes, but depends on diagnosis. Some conditions require surgery.



Neck Pain can include decreased range of motion, tightness and muscle spasms, and headache. Causes include stress, disc issues, arthritis, injuries, and posture.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes, but depends on diagnosis. Some diagnoses require surgery.



Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage between the joints breaks down, causing pain, decreased range of motion and joint deformity.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.



Plantar Fasciitis is characterized by pain that is worse after waking, on one of both of the soles of the feet or heel. Plantar Fasciitis is usually caused by physical activity, age, and obesity.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.



Post Surgical Pain is a priority for recovery from surgery and reduces the chance of post-surgical complications. The types of pain

experienced after surgery may include muscular pain, pain with movement, and pain at the surgical site. Post Surgical Pain is most often managed with prescription medications.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.



Repetitive Stress Injuries occur in muscles, tendons and ligaments and are caused by repetitive use of an area of the body. RSI is characterized by pain, numbness, stiffness, or weakening of the affected areas.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.



Rotator Cuff Injuries include strains, sprains, and tears in the 4 muscles, tendons, and ligaments that hold the upper arm in the shoulder socket.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes, but depends on diagnosis. May require surgical repair.



Sciatica occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed, causing numbness and pain down one or both legs. The pain can be on the back, side, or front of the leg and can change over time. Some causes of sciatica include disc displacement, bulging disc, herniated disc, and spinal compression.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes, but depends on diagnosis. Some diagnoses require surgery.



TMJ is characterized by locking and pain in the jaw, or pain in the face, ear, or neck, with or without headaches.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.



Trigger Finger Syndrome is a locking of the digits of the hand. One, two or more fingers can be involved. Locking of the fingers is caused by inflammation of the tendon sheath around the tendons of the fingers.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.



Whiplash is neck strain and can be caused by a variety a physical actions. Whiplash can occur during physical activity or during auto accidents when the head is jerked forward, backward, or both, causing neck strain.

Treatable with acupuncture: Yes.




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