Reduce pain

Imagine less pain, increased mobility and a healthier body. Acupuncture just might be the answer. You may find that acupuncture reduces your pain more than the painkillers you are taking without as many side effects. Or you may want to try acupuncture in combination with the treatment your doctor is giving you.

We’ve seen countless clients respond to acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine. While it may seem strange to stick a needle in your body to get pain relief, take it from our clients, it works.

A massive study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine last year, which included 29 other studies and around 18,000 participants, showed that acupuncture reduced pain by 50%.

Many studies show that acupuncture works to treat pain by helping the body release naturally-occurring chemicals called opioids.

And one study, published in Nature Neuroscience, found that acupuncture helps relieve pain by helping the body release adenosine, a potent anti-inflammatory compound.

If you’ve had little success with other types of pain treatment, you owe it to yourself to give acupuncture a try. Book today!

An alternative pain treatment

Many of our clients come to us to get acupuncture for pain. Many have sought help with conventional medicine, but have had little success. We have years of experience treating a variety of painful conditions and combine acupuncture with Traditional Chinese medicine, which could include herbs, to try to reduce pain for our clients.

Book a free pain consultation today!

We treat all types of pain

  • Back pain
  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Chronic pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • And much more

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acupuncture for pain

Acupuncture for pain? Absolutely

Acupuncture has been shown to reduce many kinds of pain, whether in the joints, lower back, or elsewhere. It has also been shown to reduce pain experienced after surgery. Pain, especially chronic pain, can be very difficult to manage and can greatly reduce the sufferer’s quality of life. If you suffer from pain, you may want to consider acupuncture as an alternative or complementary treatment.

Get treated for acupuncture for pain