Acupuncture is used to treat musculoskeletal-related injuries and pain, and this an area where chiropractors excel. Chiropractors assess call conditions related to your muscular, skeletal, and nervous system, and they are also qualified to treat them. Acupuncture is just one of the many modalities that our experts at Glen Chiropractic and Acupuncture use to treat any musculoskeletal-related pain you're experiencing.
Acupuncture is a technique that chiropractors use to stimulate different points on the body by inserting thin needles through the skin. Additionally, they may apply electrical stimulation at precise puncture points to make the effects stronger.
Acupuncture is where you insert thin needles throughout different points in the body to stimulate the nervous system, causing it to release chemicals stored in your muscular, skeletal, and nervous systems. These can ease your body from any pain or speed up the liberation of hormones and natural chemicals in your body to govern your body's internal regulatory system better.
Acupuncture can help establish a biochemical balance in your body, improving your energy — stimulating your body's natural healing abilities better.
Acupuncture in the field of chiropractic care, in general, is efficient in treating several conditions, but three areas benefit from this treatment the most, and these include:
Recent studies have discovered that acupuncture to ease neck pain is highly effective, especially when treating chronic neck pain. Patients with mild to severe neck pain who received acupuncture were reported to experience a significant reduction in pain and an improved function range of motion.
Acupuncture has been proven to be highly effective in treating headaches, both acute and chronic tension-type headaches. It's a highly beneficial treatment method for those suffering from migraines since it can help reduce how often you get them.
Acupuncture is effective in providing long-term pain relief for chronic back pain compared to other treatments. In addition, adding acupuncture to other traditional therapies and treatment methods can relieve pain better and enhance functionality more.
Ultimately, a chiropractor will work with you to develop a treatment plan that'll suit your needs and address your condition, providing the best methods for your health. If you're interested in getting acupuncture, talk to a Glen chiropractor to see if it can benefit you.
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