Do you ski or snowboard? (if you don’t, then translate to your favorite sport)
You keep your boards waxed and your edges sharp, right? Are you keeping your body tuned up? Don’t endure pain. Pain is your body’s way of communicating to you that it needs attention…a lot like the check engine light on the dashboard of a car.
I am always keeping active and sometimes I tweak or bang something.
I learned the hard way and spent most of the 1990’s in chronic pain from a football injury. Then I discovered acupuncture for myself. It’s important to me and I want you all to stay tuned up for your sport with acupuncture because it makes a difference. Acupuncture can help in ways that nothing else can.
Acupuncture is great to help prevent sports injuries and to recover from old injuries.
The wholistic perspective of Chinese Medicine provides solutions to almost any injury.
Far too often people go straight to a physical therapist or chiropractor, but usually it is too early and PT or a chiropractor can slow the recovery or cause more problems. Don’t get me wrong, I love PT and chiropractic but in my personal and professional experience and backed up with increasing scientific evidence, we need to start with acupuncture.
Acupuncture is unique and has many tools to help your body heal.
From acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, and herbal medicine our acupuncturists at The WellBridge Clinic are able to effectively provide immediate pain relief and reduce inflammation.
You might be thinking, “But John, I am pretty healthy. What can acupuncture do for me?” Think of it like this: Do you know anyone who has ever bought a car then start driving it…they never change the oil, never rotate the tires, no tune ups? Probably not, but how do you think that would go? So often we take better care of all the things around us, but not ourselves. Our bodies are dynamic machines and it’s time we all start keeping tuned up.
Have you tried acupuncture for that? Make an appointment and see how you can recover quicker and stay on top of your game with acupuncture.