What we treat
To better understand how Pain Relief is achieved with Acupuncture, we must take a look at our Nervous System.
The Nervous System is comparable to the common material known as plastic. Meaning it designed to change, adapt, and restructure itself. As a result, new pain pathways are formed and can become embedded.
Acupuncture and its direct effect on the Nervous System have the ability to unwind and intervene in embedded pathways. Thus stimulating and awakening the biological form of electricity, otherwise referred to as Qi, to restore equilibrium.
Furthermore, the Nervous System’s natural ability to heal and organize is stimulated, allowing for healing pathways to take place.
Therefore, musculoskeletal pain especially of the neck and back, sciatica, joint pain, tendonitis, bursitis, neuropathy, dental pain, sports injuries, and more, generally respond very well to Acupuncture.
For recent trauma and injuries, topical herbal treatments and poultices may be added for optimal effectiveness.
Treatments For Pain Relief
- Using homeopathic remedies or other formulations that include dextrose and or vitamins, can directly help restore nutrients and hydration to the affected area.
- Other homeopathic formulations include treatments for Nervous disorders such as restlessness, sleep disorders, mild depression, mental exhaustion, adrenal fatigue.
- As well as fibromyalgia, painful nerve conditions such as post-herpetic neuralgia (shingles disease), trigeminal neuralgia, sciatic nerve pain, Scar pain, and adhesions.
- These methods have also been known to improve liver and biliary system disorders, swelling of lymph nodes and lymphatic edema, detox of the circulatory system.
Other Common Conditions
The following is a list of common conditions Acupuncture has been known to provide successful treatment:
Digestive disorders, Endocrine and Metabolic Syndromes, Headaches, Insomnia, Stress, TMJ, Chronic Fatigue, Anxiety and Depression, Hormonal Imbalance, Adrenal Exhaustion, Autoimmune Disorders, weak immunity, Allergies, Hives, Rhinitis, Sinusitis, Bronchitis, Asthma, Common Cold, Flu, and Hemiplegia.