Pain and Injury

Having to endure pain, trauma, or an injury to the body drastically changes everything in our life the moment it happens. Whether everything or nothing was done preventatively is a useless waste of energy now — we are past that point and in suffering dealing with it daily. Stopping everything in our busy lives to take care of ourselves feels foreign to have to do, with mixtures of frustration, grief, and sadness, especially when others don’t have the same experience. We are desperate for any relief, and furthermore vulnerable to costly and possibly ineffective solutions with their long-term detrimental side effects. Does it actually get better or does everything in our life have to change forever?

The answer is it does get better. Acupuncture is the most effective long term form of pain management in the market today. Not only does it help the body get a break, recover, and regain balance, but being a holistic medical system, it adds years to our life down the road. Riding on all this is our body’s ability to heed its inherent wisdom, and the interconnectedness it exhibits in various ways to reinforce our health, wellbeing, and vitality as a whole. This is a natural form of prevention and cure that will keep us feeling younger and more vital perhaps better than before the pain or initial injury. It may look different than what we expected, but it all serves a purpose as we age, knowing ourselves and this body.



Reduced sensation of pain systemically overall

Increased sensorial ability to mitigate pain triggers

Increased blood flow and lymphatic drainage to affected tissues for repair

Less dependance or need for opioids or other prescription medication

Limber mornings, ache-free evenings
Balanced energy throughout the day

Better quality sleep

Regained ability to return to routines


Freedom from micromanaging the days’ activities around pain

Comfort in creating or returning to a daily routine

Better overall mood
Improved relationships with others
Clarity and confidence in body’s strengths, needs, and limitations
Long-term preventative solutions
Reduced fear of relapse or reoccurrence