Acupuncture For Tennis Elbow

Recent studies have shown that acupuncture can benefit individuals suffering from lateral elbow pain, often called tennis elbow. The pain associated with tennis elbow usually starts after repetitive activities, like tennis. The pain is often severe and can be sharp,...

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Acupuncture for plantar fasciitis

Acupuncture can address the symptoms associated with plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis occurs when the connective tissue, called fascia, becomes inflamed and irritated. This inflammation is often caused by overuse, over training or the wrong type of footwear. It’s...

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Acupuncture For Post-Radiation Joint Pain

Acupuncture can be beneficial for post-radiation joint pain. In some individuals, after the cancer treatments have ended, they begin to experience post-radiation joint pain. This type of pain is caused by a combination of scare tissue forming after treatment and the...

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Acupuncture For One Sided Neck Pain

The three major muscles of the neck are the upper trapezius, scalenes and levator scapula. As one of the major muscles, the levator scapula has a couple of important jobs; it elevates the scapula (shoulder blade) towards the ear as the name implies and flexes the neck...

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Runner’s Knee

This type of anterior knee pain is very common in runners and can be experienced at any time in ones running career. Common symptoms include pain, instability and/or popping sounds. The primary cause of this problem is overuse but other factors might be to blame....

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Adding Tui Na To An Acupuncture Treatment

A type of bodywork originating in Asia, tui na is a therapeutic style of bodywork and is intended to facilitate pain reduction, improve range of motion and mobility. Tui na uses a variety of techniques and movements to correct structural and energetic imbalances. Some...

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