Acupuncture & Sport Rehabilitation

Acupuncture & Sport Rehabilitation from Dr Tom Kelton Acupuncture

By: Dr Tom Kelton Acupuncture  25-Aug-2015
Keywords: Back Pain, Pain Management, Lower Back Pain

Acupuncture has been beneficial for treating many injuries and painful conditions, and is a useful complementary therapy for any type of sport rehabilitation. Acupuncture can be helpful in treating a number of symptoms that may arise with injury such as inflammation and swelling, acute and chronic pain [2], nerve damage or impingement, decreased range of movement and decreased circulation to muscles and tissues. These can arise from either acute trauma or overuse. These effects are accomplished during treatment because acupuncture: relieves pain decreases inflammation reduces swelling relaxes muscles and relieves spasms decreases bruising improves local blood circulation

Keywords: Back Pain, Joint Pain, Knee Pain, Lower Back Pain, Muscle Pain, Pain Management, Sports Rehabilitation, Sprains & Strains, Tears and Strains, Tendonitis,

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