Pain in Muscles and Joints
Injuries due to sports or incorrect postures in everyday life are common.
Acupuncture can reduce pain quickly. Both acute and chronic pain complaints can be treated with acupuncture. Think of pain in the knees, neck complaints, back complaints, shoulder complaints, wrist complaints, tennis elbow and hamstring injury.
It is also possible to use acupuncture preventively for athletes to reduce the risk of injury.
Many injuries occur in sports, a sports injury can occur suddenly due to wrong movement or trauma, but also gradually due to for example overload or incorrect posture. In both situations acupuncture can reduce the pain, in most cases the complaint is already significantly reduced after the 1st treatment.
It is possible to combine acupuncture with physiotherapy or medication.
Many complaints also arise from incorrect posture or structural overload of certain muscles and joints. In many professions, many of the same activities occur, so that the same muscles and joints are always strained. Think of a hairdresser who suffers from his or her shoulders, an office employee who suffers from his or her neck and back, etc.
Acupuncture can also be a helping hand for these pain complaints.
Acupuncture can be used for many injuries. Think of: shoulder complaints, pain in the AC joint, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, stiff neck, abdominal pain, low back pain, pain in the hip region, hamstring injury, knee pain, Achilles tendon, recovery after orthopedic surgery, sprains, etc. Is your injury not here? Chances are that acupuncture can help. Feel free to send a message for more information.
Prevention effect of acupuncture
More and more athletes are discovering the preventive effect of acupuncture to reduce injuries. You can also use acupuncture for better performance before the important competition or marathon. This, of course, in combination with the right training. The acupuncture treatments are aimed at recovery and ensure a good energy balance, which benefits sports performance.
Have you suffered a (sports) injury? don’t hesitate to make an appointment