Eliminating Pain One Spine at a Time.
We are committed to assisting our patients in achieving optimum health and well-being because we firmly believe that everyone deserves to live a life free of pain and discomfort. We specialize in non-invasive, drug-free treatments for a variety of musculoskeletal disorders at our facility. Our chiropractors are proficient in a range of treatments and collaborate closely with each patient to create individualized treatment plans that take into account their particular requirements.
Our objective is to arm our patients with the knowledge and resources they require to take charge of their health and lead the most fulfilling lives possible. We are here to support you every step of the journey, whether you are coping with chronic pain or healing from an injury.
At the Spine Institute of New Jersey, our goal is to treat each spine individually to relieve pain. Let us help you achieve optimal health and wellbeing today.
How Acupuncture Works?
The practice comes from traditional Chinese medicine. Scientific studies have confirmed its effectiveness for some conditions. Acupuncturists who follow more traditional/ancient Chinese principles focus exclusively on directing the flow of qi (pronounced “chee”), or energy, through the body. Other practitioners apply Western medicine, using the needles to stimulate the body’s systems. Many acupuncturists use a combination of both approaches.
With the placement of very thin steel needles inserted into the skin to specific points in the body will be stimulated. The goal is to relieve a health condition or symptom, such as pain.
At The Spine Institute, some of the conditions typically treated through Acupuncture include Spinal pain, Muscle Spasms or Cramps, Headaches, Arthritis, Anxiety, Sleep Disturbances Shoulder and Knee Pain
Benefits of Acupuncture
- Pain relief: Chronic pain, including osteoarthritis, back pain, and neck pain, can be effectively treated with acupuncture.
- Acupuncture can help relieve stress and encourage relaxation.
- Better sleep: Both the quantity and quality of sleep can be enhanced with acupuncture.
- Health of the digestive system: Acupuncture can enhance the function of the digestive system and reduce symptoms of ailments like irritable bowel syndrome.
Is it Good for my Condition?
Several ailments can benefit from acupuncture, but whether it is best for you will depend on your personal health requirements and the seriousness of your condition.
Contact us today if you want to know if acupuncture is a good treatment for your particular illness.
Acupuncture recovery time is normally short. At the spot where the needle was inserted, you might suffer some little discomfort or bruising, but this normally goes away within a few hours or days. Following an acupuncture session, some people claim to feel calm and rejuvenated while others may feel a little tired or worn out.
It’s critical to drink enough water after your acupuncture session and to rest from physically demanding activities for the remainder of the day. Moreover, you might want to stay away from big meals, alcohol, caffeine, and other stimulants.
To improve your general health and well-being, our acupuncturist may also suggest particular workouts or dietary modifications.
Acupuncture has been demonstrated to be useful in treating a variety of illnesses, most notably chronic pain. To fully comprehend the efficiency and mechanism of acupuncture, more research is necessary.
The majority of patients say they feel little to no pain during an acupuncture treatment. When the needles are implanted, you could feel a tiny squeeze or prick, but this sensation is usually fleeting and not unpleasant.
At the spot where the needle was inserted, some people may feel a dull discomfort or tingling feeling, but this is typically not severe. Be sure to tell your acupuncturist if you feel any pain throughout your treatment so they can reposition the needles as necessary.