There are many conditions that respond well to acupuncture some of which include: headaches, neck pain, muscle spasms, low back pain, radiating pain, shoulder/arm pain, tennis/golfer’s elbow, and more.
In treating with acupuncture, most people will have needles as the first thought in their minds. In reality, there are dozens of ways to stimulate an acupuncture point. Some of these methods of treatment include the traditional needle, the non-piercing needle (teishin), electrical stimulation, fingertip pressure, moxabustion (using radiant heat from burning herbs), and seeds or metallic beads that are taped to the point.
At Wu Chiropractic & Acupuncture, we primarily treat with electrical stimulation of the points, though needle and non-piercing teishin acupuncture is available for those that prefer it. The advantages of electrical stimulation are that it is noninvasive, painless, and has a quicker therapeutic effect than needles so you can seize the rest of your day! Regardless of the method of treatment, the therapeutic results will be equal and nine out of ten patients will get better.