What it is and How it Works
Acupuncture is a popular branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine and involves the use of very fine needles that an acupuncturist inserts into certain points throughout the body.
We have trained acupuncture specialists who insert small needles into the skin at unique points where life energy flows. Stimulating the different pressure points can lead to specific effects on the body.
At Strength & Recovery, our goal is to stimulate the pressure points of your body to heal itself. Our qualified acupuncture specialists can help you boost healing by regulating energy imbalances.
We recommend Acupuncture to all trainees and fitness enthusiasts to enhance nervous system stimulation, blood circulation, and the release of pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory hormones.
How Can Acupuncture Help
While acupuncture is an effective pain management technique for various conditions, we use it in conjunction with other relaxing massage therapies such as cupping and massage therapy. Joining our fitness recovery center for acupuncture can help you combat;
- Intervertebral disc disease
- Allergic dermatitis
- Gastrointestinal issues
- Traumatic nerve injury
- Chronic pain
If you’re an athlete and dealing with any fitness or performance issue, acupuncture can help reduce;
- Musculoskeletal issues, such as shoulder pain, knee pain, or back pain. The technique can also be a part of your pre and post-surgical plan.
- Neurological problems – for example, sciatica
- Acupuncture reduces the intensity of pain or muscle tightness in athletes, thereby decreasing the risk of orthopedic problems.
Our professional and experienced acupuncture specialists will take your medical history into account before suggesting you use this therapy treatment. They use acupuncture as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with other therapies to treat pain and inflammation due to intense workout sessions.
Our acupuncture therapy can also help you
- Relieve pain,
- Reduce stress
- Improve sleep
- Enhance skincare
- Reduce low back pain, neck pain, osteoarthritis, joint pain, knee pain, and headaches