Significant sports injuries don’t just happen to paid athletes.
Whether you are a professional full-time athlete or someone who has a life that’s built around activity for pleasure/activity for competition, it is equally important to take appropriate care of your injury.
If physical activity is part of your spiritual or emotional wellness, using Japanese Acupuncture can have superior results for relief of pain and recovery from injury.
Many athletes come to me after having rounds of dry needling, or other forms of injections, with little results to show for it. Aggressive forms of acupuncture, which include dry needling, can be part of an effective treatment plan but are often overused and improperly prescribed. This can cause new injuries or patients may see only short-term improvement.
I offer a complete evaluation and diagnosis, that includes details and factors that many doctors overlook, which leads to a more nuanced treatment and better outcomes.
Did you know Painless Japanese Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can help with:
- Decrease fatigue
- Preventing injury
- Reducing recovery time
- Increased flexibility, range of motion
- Speeding up rehabilitation after surgery
You know there are expected recovery times after you’ve run a race or you’ve hiked up a mountain. Between acupuncture and herbal medicine, you can decrease that recovery time so you can keep on going, excel, improve. If it is strength and flexibility or a sense of flow that you are looking to improve upon, Chinese medicine can greatly enhance that, as well.
Are you listening to your body?
If you are experiencing a limited range of motion, chronic pain – due to repetitive movement, and it’s not healing on its own well, consider scheduling a consultation.
Why put off treatment until the pain is unbearable (and possibly has caused more damage)? An underlying weakness or insufficiency can take you out of the game.
Instead, listen to what your body is telling you.
Make an appointment now, so you can stay in the race