Pain 疼痛

38595_417751404689_7443661_nAcupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, along with adequate exercise and sometimes lifestyle modification can bring long-term pain relief.  Acupuncture naturally addresses both acute and chronic pain due to traumatic injury or repetitive stress, by enhancing circulation, reducing inflammation, and stimulating a healing response.

The National Institute of Health (NIH) reports that when surveyed, more than one-quarter of U.S. adults had recently experienced some sort of pain lasting more than a day.  The National Health Interview Survey, which included a comprehensive survey of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine used by 3.1 million Americans in the past year, found musculoskeletal complaints accounting for 7 of the top 10 conditions for which people received acupuncture.  Back pain was the most common, followed by joint pain, neck pain, severe headache/migraine, and recurring pain.

 Our practitioners at Umé have many years of experience treating chronic and acute pain due to a wide variety of causes.

(photo: flower of Ying Su Ke, employed for many centuries, this is historically one of the most widely used botanicals  for pain) 
 
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