Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation offers acupuncture in Wall, Shrewsbury, and Lacey Township as a method of pain relief and to treat a number of health issues. In addition to treating ailments, acupuncture creates a sense of balance and peace by using precise points on the body to improve functioning and foster natural healing.
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Acupuncture service can be used on its own, or to supplement the other treatment modalities we offer at Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation, like physical therapy and chiropractic.
Acupuncture can access deep healing systems within the body, especially the endocrine system. For patients with adrenal fatigue or chronic fatigue syndrome, the needles can act as a catalyst to bring blood and nourishment to the affected glands. This brings them out of a state of dormancy and wakes them up, so to speak, to begin functioning at a healthy level.
While acupuncture has created a name for itself in the treatment and management of pain, it has numerous other positive effects on the body. Incorporating acupuncture into the treatment protocol can decrease inflammation, restore function of the affected area, and reduce the recovery time of injuries by almost half.
Acupuncture for Injuries & Ailments
Acupuncture continues to gain additional support as evidence of the benefits consistently increases. Sports medicine is embracing acupuncture, as athletes are benefiting from treatments tremendously. Acupuncture can address both acute and chronic injuries. Elbow, knee and back pain are frequent injuries experienced by athletes, as well as muscle strains, sprains and tendonitis. Ailments like arthritis and inflammation may also benefit with the incorporation of acupuncture into the treatment.
Acupuncture can be effectively used to treat a number of illnesses and injuries. It is done by relieving bodily energy imbalances and blockages by the usage of hair-link needles placed at specific points on the body, painlessly improving health. Acupuncture is commonly used for weight loss, allergies, migraines and to help individuals quit smoking. Acupuncture can also be used for a variety of different treatments including neck pain, anxiety, obesity, arthritis, pain management, auto accident injuries, respiratory illnesses, back pain, sciatica, chronic fatigue, shoulder pain, depression, sinus problems, disc injuries, smoking, diarrhea, sports injuries, gastritis, tendonitis, gingivitis, tennis elbow, headaches, toothaches and migraines.
Cosmetic Acupuncture for Facial Rejuvenation
Cosmetic acupuncture for facial rejuvenation is a holistic, non-invasive way to reduce signs of aging and slow the aging process. It can simultaneously improve both the health and appearance of your skin.
Benefits of cosmetic acupuncture can include:
- Increases collagen production
- Reduces frown and smile lines
- Softens fine lines
- Reduces under-eye swelling and darkness
- Improves muscle tone
- Decreases inflammation
- Lifts and tightens brows
- Brightens skin
Acupuncture for Mood Disorders and Mental Illness
Acupuncture promotes emotional wellbeing and balance. Acupuncture can serve as a holistic mental illness treatment for depression, anxiety, addiction, and more.
Acupuncture can ease the symptoms associated with mental illnesses, but beyond that, it gets to the root of the problem by reintroducing balance to the body’s natural internal environment. Unlike drugs and medications, acupuncture draws from the body’s innate ability to heal, for safe, all natural treatment for mental illness.
Serious mental illnesses include major depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and borderline personality disorder. These disorders do have possible treatment options and recovery is within reach.
Our Patients Swear by Acupuncture!
“I can truly say Monmouth Pain took me out of my serious pain and let me live my life again!“ I had been to 3 orthopedic surgeons who ALL told me I needed knee replacements. I came into Monmouth Pain after seeing an ad in the newspaper. I met with Dr. Dandrea at the time and started my treatments which really helped! I then started Acupuncture down the line, which I was very skeptical about. I can tell you now that if I miss a treatment, I feel it! I can truly say Monmouth Pain took me out of my serious pain and let me live my life again! – Janet Z.
*Results may vary from person to person.
“I truly enjoy it which means it must be working.” I began acupuncture in January of 2014 and truly take advantage of the relaxation I gain from my treatments. Relaxation is hard for me to obtain outside of acupuncture so the time that I have for myself during treatment is amazing. I truly enjoy it which means it must be working. – Julia W.