Looking for effective relief from back pain this Summer? Get acupuncture!
Did you overdo it while weeding your garden, playing a friendly game of neighborhood football, or just carrying groceries? More than 80 percent of our population will experience lower back pain at some point in their lives.
The top causes of back pain are sprains from overstretching back ligaments, and strains, (a muscle rip or tear) caused by sudden force. Sprains and strains can happen from poor posture, improper lifting or lack of proper muscle warm up prior to exercise.
In many cases back problems develop over time — from sitting incorrectly at a desk or steering wheel, or repetitive tasks, such as heavy lifting. Back pain limits range of motion and complicates daily activities, not to mention that it just hurts! There’s no need to suffer any longer.
Back problems are the number one reason why people get acupuncture treatments, and there’s good reason. Acupuncture can effectively help acute and chronic back pain and many other pain related issues naturally — without medication.
Acupuncture is an ancient, time-tested form of therapy that has exceptionally few side effects. Modern research shows that not only is acupuncture effective in relieving back pain, it can also treat other systems in the body like the nervous system, endocrine and immune systems, cardiovascular system, and digestive system.
With acupuncture, we look at your whole health history and tailor a treatment specifically to your needs. The root cause of the pain will be treated.
Your energy pathways will be opened up, and your body will begin to be able to heal itself, muscles will relax, reducing the pain. Many patients feel immediate improvements.
The best part? The treatment is safe, natural, effective and drug-free.
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