Ancient healing practices have long helped many find relief from agonizing pain, and Crain Chiropractic & Wellness brings one of those practices to the modern world with Salado Acupuncture treatments. While our chiropractor Dr. Allyn Crain does not administer the treatment herself, she does recommend it in conjunction with her chiropractic care to supplement an overall treatment or wellness program.
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Migraines, Headaches, Fibromyalgia and More Benefit from Salado Acupuncture Sessions
Ongoing conditions, such as chronic migraines, constant headaches, and fibromyalgia in Salado TX often do well with Salado acupuncture treatments. One of the main aims of the procedure is to target specific points along the body where your energy, or chi, is blocked. This blocked energy can result in a number of detrimental conditions, some of which may be painful or even debilitating. The blocked energy can also lead to imbalances in the organ systems, which restricts the body from functioning at its optimum capacity. The imbalances may also lead to an overall weakness in the body, creating an environment that can be susceptible to injuries, infections, and sickness.
An acupuncturist aims to open the energy channels and restore balance to the body and all its systems. He or she does this by inserting thin needles in key points around the body. Each key point relates back to specific organ systems and areas in the body, and inserting needles into the points opens the channel through which energy may once again freely flow. A restored energy flow results in a restored balance in the body and an eradication of conditions such as chronic headaches, migraines, and symptoms associated with fibromyalgia.
In addition to headaches, migraines, fibromyalgia, and sciatica, our Salado acupuncture has been effective for a wide scope of conditions. Women have found relief from menstrual cramps, while women and men have benefited from the healing art’s effect on overuse injuries, such as tennis elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome. It has also helped with osteoarthritis, allergies, and stress. Additional uses include treating gastrointestinal disorders, childhood illnesses, nervous and respiratory conditions, and disorders affecting the eyes, nose, and throat. To learn more or schedule an appointment, contact our Salado chiropractor today.
The theories behind the ancient art come from ancient principles, but the effectiveness in the modern world is not without note. Our chiropractor Dr. Crain has prescribed the treatment to help alleviate a number of conditions, and frequently recommends it in conjunction with her other chiropractic methods. Sciatica is a prime example of a condition that can benefit from a combination of treatments. Sciatica is caused by undue pressure on the sciatic nerve, which runs from your spine, through the buttocks, and down the leg. The pressure is often caused by a herniated disc, which our chiropractor can help correct with manipulation. An acupuncturist can help further alleviate any sciatica pain, promote healing, and help prevent the condition from recurring.