Pain Specialist Clinic


Acupuncture, Manual therapy, Tuina Specialist

Acupuncture, Manual therapy, Tuina Specialist 

Do you experience pain and discomfort? 

Are you experiencing neck, shoulder, or back pain? 

How long have you been unable to participate in activities due to pain? 

Our clinic provides natural remedies instead of pain relievers or steroids.  

You will feel better if you call us today to receive treatment.  

Please call us now 

Neck Pain

Neck pain refers to pain felt in the neck area. Neck pain can occur due to various causes depending on daily movement or posture. Generally, neck pain can be caused by conditions such as muscle pain, ligament sprain, disc herniation, or cervical arthritis. It can also be caused by factors such as stress, improper posture, injury, or overall health condition. 

The symptoms of neck pain typically begin as pain felt in the neck area. The pain can range from mild to severe, and can also be acute or sudden. While neck pain usually originates in the neck area, it can also spread to the shoulder, arm, or hand. Other symptoms may include neck muscle stiffness, discomfort, headache, dizziness, and more.

How Acupuncture Can Help With Neck Pain Relief

According to a study published in the British Medical Journal, "if the purpose of acupuncture is to alleviate exercise-related pain and improve cervical mobility, it can be a safe treatment for patients with chronic neck pain. As neck pain can be chronic, single forms of treatment may be inadequate and acupuncture is worth considering." Other studies suggest that acupuncture can treat degenerative disorders of the neck and spine. A study by the National Institutes of Health in 2010 concluded that "traditional acupuncture can relieve pain intensity and improve the quality of daily life with relatively long-term clinical efficacy in chronic neck pain patients."

Low Back Pain

Lower back pain can be caused by problems related to discs, muscles, ligaments, joints, or nerves. One of the most common causes is a herniated disc in the lumbar region, where the gel-like substance inside the disc leaks out and compresses nearby nerves, leading to lower back pain. Other common causes include muscle tension, ligament sprains, joint inflammation, degenerative changes in the spine, and nerve pain. Lower back pain can also be related to factors such as obesity, age, poor posture, excessive physical activity, stress, and everyday activities such as lifting heavy weights or sudden movements. Therefore, it is important to identify the cause of lower back pain and find appropriate treatment methods. 

The Effect Of Acupuncture On The Body

Acupuncture is one of the traditional therapies that involves inserting needles into specific points on the body to stimulate it. This method aims to promote healthy blood circulation and activate the body's natural healing power by targeting the body's pathways called meridians. 

Acupuncture directly affects the skin, muscles, ligaments, joints, and internal organs, as well as the nervous and circulatory systems. This action helps to alleviate pain, inflammation, muscle tension, stress, and improve overall body function. 

Moreover, since acupuncture is a form of stimulation therapy, it also affects the nervous system. By slowly stimulating the nervous system, this method can stimulate the release of chemicals in the body, resulting in pain reduction, muscle relaxation, and increased sense of calmness.