Acupuncture and Chronic Pain Management

A national survey showed over 25% of Americans report experiencing pain that lasts for more than one day. Everyone will have sudden pain due to a number of causes but when pain lasts for days on end and forces someone to miss work because they can’t get out of bed due to shooting back pains then it’s time to seek out treatment. Some people may experience pain due to a recent injury or have had a debilitating condition worsen over the years. For many living with pain is just a part of life but often this pain can become too intense to ignore and will require some form of medical attention.

There are many ways to treat pain including surgery, drug therapy and the alternative healing method known as Acupuncture. If you have tried surgery or medication to treat pain and have little or no success you may want to consider Acupuncture treatment that has proven to be successful in treating many types of pain condition.

Though the success rate varies the same can be said about surgery and drug therapy. Not everyone who has reconstructive surgery or takes a specific form of medication eliminates chronic back and neck pain. Acupuncture is considered an alternative healing therapy and many people have try it to avoid the high cost of hospital bills and expensive medicationsThe success of Acupuncture treatment varies depending on the patient and the condition. Acupuncture is regularly used to treat migraine headaches, chronic lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, digestive pain and many, many  other conditions.  If you are trying to manage recurring pain and want to try a less costly method of treatment than surgery or prescription drugs, look into Acupuncture.

This entry was posted in Acupuncture, Acupuncture and Pain and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.