• Football Injury Acupuncture

  • Hockey Injury Acupuncture

  • Basketball Injury Acupuncture

  • Baseball Injury Acupuncture

  • Soccer Injury Acupuncture

Acupuncture for Sports Injuries

(pediatrics and adults)

What’s frustrating to athletes at any age, is not performing at their highest level because of injuries or ongoing pain.  Over time, these injuries not only affect their performance but can also affect their daily life.

Acupuncture offers a drug-free (and sometimes a surgery-preventing) option for treating sports injuries.

Acupuncture has a two-fold benefit when it comes to sporting injuries.  Not only is it very effective at treating acute injuries such as strains, sprains, swollen muscles, shin splints, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle pain, it is also very effective at building up any weaknesses in the body, accelerating recovery time and improving performance.

How Acupuncture
Treats Sports Injury

Chinese medicine focuses on the root of the problem, rather than merely symptoms of the problem.  By looking at the whole body, we can assess any underlying imbalances and develop a treatment plan specific to each patient’s needs.  Then by using acupuncture, cupping, moxa and other healing methods, we work to bring balance to the body so that it can function at its optimal level.

Acupuncture has been proven to:

• Relieve pain
• Reduce inflammation
• Improve muscle stiffness, joint mobility and dispersal of swelling
• Accelerate repair of injured body tissue
• Improve function and mobility
• Relieve stress and promotes wellbeing, thereby facilitating recovery


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Acupuncture Isn’t Just For Adults

Acupuncture is just as effective for young athletes as it is for adults. In many cases, young patients respond better to treatments and have a quicker recovery time. Young athletes are more likely to rush back into the game without taking the time to fully recover, causing further injury and more time on the sidelines. Acupuncture can help shorten the recovery time, while it also helps reduce future injury with routine maintenance treatments.