Musculoskeletal Diseases

Bone Fracture

Arthritis and Joint Pain
Whether your joint pain stems from sprain/strain injuries, broken bones, “frozen shoulder”, rotator cuff trauma, arthritis, or other unknown cause, Acupuncture is an effective way to heal your condition and manage the pain.

Tendinitis, arthritis, and bursitis are common diagnoses, which all reflect inflammation of the joint. Through increases in white blood cell counts, increased circulation, and release of muscular tension, Acupuncture effectively relieves joint pain and improves range of motion, in areas that are often hard to reach with superficial treatments.

Sciatica Nerve Pain

Back and Neck Pain
Most of the time, these conditions result entirely or in part from muscular spasms and resulting inflammation. When muscle fibers become shortened and “knotted”, sensations can occur ranging from mild achiness to sharp pain. While massage feels great, and can often release superficial muscular spasms, acupuncture provides longer-lasting and even permanent release of spasms. Furthermore, when muscles become knotted, blockages in circulation of energy and blood occur, creating pain and oxygen/nutrient deficiency at the affected area. With acupuncture treatment, inflammation and pain can also be relieved, facilitating the body’s natural healing mechanisms. If your condition involves skeletal changes, such as with scoliosis or disc injury, Chiropractic treatment is recommended in conjunction with Acupuncture, for the fastest and most lasting relief