Acupuncture in Spring Lake, NJ
Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation now offers Acupuncture in Spring Lake, NJ. Our Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation office has opened a new facility in Wall, NJ and will offer Acupuncture to nearby patients. If you are looking for a Licensed Acupuncturist in Spring Lake, NJ we are here to help.
Acupuncture can help treat a variety of health related problems as well as improve your overall mood and wellbeing. Acupuncture is used to improve energy and biochemical balance which results in stimulating the body’s natural healing abilities.
Acupuncture can help with a number of health issues, the procedure itself can encourage relaxation and calmness. We provide Acupuncture in Spring Lake to help treat a variety of symptoms including Allergies, Addictions, Neck pain, Anxiety, Obesity, Arthritis, Pain Management, Back Pain, Sciatica, Chronic Fatigue, Shoulder Pain, Depression, Sinus Issues, Smoking, Gastritis, Headaches and Migraines and even Toothaches.
How does Acupuncture work?
Acupuncture is a technique of using fine needles at precise points on the body to encourage natural healing and improve functioning. The perspective from which can acupuncturist views health and sickness relies on the concepts of vital energy, energetic balance and energetic imbalance.
The needle creates and provokes a response to the nervous system, its used to dilate blood vessels and and bring together an influx of healing elements of an affected area – this helps nourish and restore peripheral nerves.
The response like your body’s to acupuncture is very hard to create without having an acupuncture treatment. Medication cannot change the internal environment of the body expect in few cases like with insulin injections, antibiotics and other certain medications.
If you are nervous or have questions about your acupuncture treatment, please visit our blog to watch a video and hear our Acupuncturist, Nicole speak and answer her most frequently asked questions about experiencing an Acupuncture Treatment. Nicole will answer questions like, do the Acupuncture needles hurt, will I bleed from an Acupuncture treatment, what if I need to move during my Acupuncture treatment and is Acupuncture safe?