From Back Pain to Knee Pain, Get Pain Relief with Acupuncture

Acupuncture is time tested and has proven itself to be highly effective in the treatment of pain conditions of all forms. Whether in your back or your head, your foot or your leg, acupuncture and Asian medicine can help relieve the pain.

It is also one of the most studied applications of acupuncture by qualified acupuncturists.

Whether you want to get back to running the Burke Gilman trail through Seattle, or just feel less pain from your Amazon desk job, an acupuncturist like Dr Derek Kirkham can help relieve your pain, relax your muscles, and get your Qi back in top shape for a healthier life.

And it goes for not just body pain, but headaches and migraines, a highly studied application of acupuncture that can help relieve that pressure and swelling.

Contact Dr. Derek Kirkham today!

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  • Testimonials:

    “I was not a believer in acupuncture and hesitant to give it a try because I hate needles! Derek made the entire process comfortable, he asked lots of questions, took notes, and I NEVER have seen a needle in his office. 

My lower back pain was gone within just a few sessions. Amazing results after years of pain and being told by another doctor that I would just have to live with chronic pain and manage it with drugs. I give Derek my highest recommendation!”


    - BV


    Acupuncture is effective for treating chronic pain.

    A recent study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine reveals acupuncture being more effective for chronic pain than “sham acupuncture,” which is a placebo version of acupuncture. The study included almost 18,000 individuals and studied the effect of acupuncture on chronic osteoarthritis, back, headaches and shoulder pain. “ The scientists concluded that the results of the analysis demonstrated that the specific effect of needling at true acupuncture points was statistically superior to sham needling. The authors also concluded that acupuncture was an effective and reasonable treatment option for the conditions evaluated.”

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