Sports Injuries Program

Sports Injuries Program 2018-04-10T11:11:49+00:00

Sports Injuries Program

Have you been suffering from an old injury on a daily basis for years?
Do you feel like you’ve tried everything?
Do you feel like you don’t have time for physical therapy?

Would you like to avoid medications and surgeries?

So many people love to play sports, and unfortunately, many of us have injured ourselves while trying to have some fun. Most of the time, an old injury can be soothed with rest, heat and ice, ointments, braces, massages, patches, medication, physical therapy, or avoiding certain activities altogether. But sometimes, that stuff won’t do the trick. Heavy duty options include injecting nerve blocks or even surgery. And suddenly no one is having any fun.

Research Says

In a recent systematic review of 17 trials with 1820 participants, researchers found that acupuncture was more effective at relieving pain and facilitating recovery from sprained ankles than other treatments while also avoiding negative side effects.

Get Back On The Field Without Fear Of Your Old Injury.

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Our Solution

We will listen to you and your healthcare professionals to find your best solutions.

 Through our detailed diagnostic testing, we will craft a wellness and recovery plan to address your specific injury. We will determine the causes of your pain, as well as any internal imbalances. We will work with you to create the appropriate exercise and rest schedule to strengthen the area and improve recovery. We will also employ a one-two punch approach of utilizing cupping and acupuncture to alleviate long-term pain, improve and increase circulation, decrease inflammation, and detoxify the affected area.

Your Wellness

After our diagnostic testing and following your customized wellness plan, you should experience relief from your long-term sports injury in as little as three treatments.

You will:

  • See long long-term improvements after a month or so,
  • Return to activities in a month or two,
  • Avoid or delay those surgeries, in many cases