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Acupuncture is used to treat injuries, musculoskeletal and constitutional imbalances, and it's particularly good at relieving muscle pain and spasms, as well as improving circulation to tense or injured tissues. Acupuncture has proven to be particularly effective for tendon and ligament sprains/strains, as well as chronic injuries that have failed to respond to other treatments.

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Acupuncture is used to treat injuries, musculoskeletal and constitutional imbalances, and it's particularly good at relieving muscle pain and spasms, as well as improving circulation to tense or injured tissues. Acupuncture has proven to be particularly effective for tendon and ligament sprains/strains, as well as chronic injuries that have failed to respond to other treatments.

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FAQ

Acupuncture can assist to improve circulation at the site of an injury, relax tight muscles, and lessen muscle fatigue and discomfort overall. According to several top athletes, this procedure can help them recuperate faster.

Acupuncture has recently been used to treat persistent ankle pain, specifically ligament sprains. Acupuncture promotes circulation to the ligament, which helps it mend. Acupuncture also improves the muscles involved in supporting and moving the affected joint's postural stability. This is a crucial aspect of full recovery.

Both dry needling and acupuncture may help to relieve muscle aches, pains, and tightness. Acupuncture is a well-regulated procedure. Needles are inserted at strategic points to stimulate the flow of energy throughout the body. Acupuncture also differs from dry needling in terms of sensation. Acupuncture is significantly more gentle than dry needling when it comes to pain or side effects following treatment.

Chinese Medicine can aid by increasing blood flow, for example. There are also certain acupressure spots that can help to reduce edema, inflammation, and pain. The body might heal faster with regular acupuncture sessions following a sprain or strain injury. The more often a person has acupuncture treatments, the faster the results will appear.

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