Sports Acupuncture

Injuries can result from all types of physical activities. We treat all types of injuries, including sprains/strains, contusions, joint swelling, bursitis, inflammation, and sports injury recovery.

Our focus is to expedite healing and help you get back to your favorite activity again. We have helped college athletes, professional athletes, high school athletes, weekend warriors, skateboarding athletes, runners, cyclists, soccer players, golfers, dancers and many more.

We have helped a wide range of sports related injuries for active people of all ages, backgrounds and activities.

Some common conditions we help through Sports Acupuncture:

  • Sprains/strains
  • Bursitis
  • Joint swelling
  • Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis)
  • Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
  • Shin splints
  • Pulled muscle
  • Tendinitis
  • Runner’s knee
  • Post-surgical recovery

What to expect:

Gentle, painless acupuncture

Acupuncture incorporates help from your body’s own pain-killing and self-healing systems to address pain and associated symptoms. This medicine is a time-tested pain management method that works to effectively reduce pain and inflammation, and promote healing by activating the pathway between the nervous system and endocrine system.

Herbal Medicine

You may or may not need herbal medicine. In the case that you do, herbal formulas may be prescribed to you to help cure and strengthen the body at the same time. They are effective, safe and expedite the healing processes. We only purchase high-quality supplements from Manufacturers or Certified Distributors that have been routinely tested for safety. Our vitamins and supplements are sourced for effectiveness safety and quality. For certain injuries, herbal topical liniments may be used on the local areas to speed up the recovery process. These are generally used when involving tendon or ligament injuries. We offer a large variety of herbal formulas, joint/collagen supporting supplements, herbal pain patches and natural pain creams that can help reduce your local pain and discomfort.

Corrective exercises

If exercises are determined to be important for your condition, you will be given instructions and guidance on how to do them safely and correctly.