What Acupuncture Treats
Many people are curious about what Acupuncture treats. For one thing, it is more effective for pain than most medication. Sometimes it’s called dry needling. In either case, it has a well-earned reputation for releasing muscle trauma and diminishing inflammation from arthritis; it can relieve stroke symptoms and, over all, is very relaxing. This is due to the fact that as acupuncture releases muscle tightness, it also moves toxins out of the body through the venous bloodstream. The following is a partial list of what Acupuncture treats. Many insurance carriers cover acupuncture, To find out if yours does as well, Please contact us.
Daniel Bernstein has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1995. It was at the New York Center for Pain Management that he learned many methods to help people get relief for post-operative pain, sports related trauma, muscular pain and repetitive stress. Acupuncture can stimulate the body’s own anti-inflammatory hormones thus providing relief from sciatica, arthritis, or even crippling migraines.
Studies suggest that acupuncture is more be effective, and safer than, surgery, steroids, NSAIDs, injections and anticonvulsant drugs to treat pain without side effects or risk. Acupuncture can: