Many professional Gyms around the world currently have an acupuncture therapist as part of their professional rehabilitation team. Acupuncture is an effective way for reducing the length of recovery time and a Successful treatment for acute/chronic pain injuries. In addition to treating your injury, you are also going to improve your general health and performance!
Sports injuries often occur in athletes participating in organized, competitive, and training activities. Gym practices are also exposed to sports injuries that occur for various reasons including, among other things, improper workouts, lack of suitable shoes or safety equipment.
This is usually a traumatic injury with a clear cause of pain in it to appear quickly and their level is high. Symptoms can include severe pain, swelling, movement limitation, redness, and touch sensitivity.
Chronic injury or overuse
Injuries that occur over time. They are the result of recurring actions or long stays in constant facilitators. This overload leads to gradual damage, inflammation, and pain. A chronic injury can also be an acute injury that has not fully recovered after a period of more than three months or, alternatively, a recurring injury that has not been treated properly.
Sprained joints and stretches to the joint or the surrounding tissue are the main sports-related injuries (a sprain is related to a ligament problem and a stretch is related to a muscle and tendon problem). Besides pain, the typical inflammatory response may include swelling of the damaged area, redness, and a decrease in the movement range of the joint. In addition to conventional treatment (rest, ice, stress, and lift), many athletes report that acupuncture therapy helps them suppress and rapidly reduce inflammation, pain and swelling, thus effectively returning to sporting activity quickly.
Acupuncture treatment is treating from physical and psychological aspects.
High-intensity brain secretion (neurotransmitters) aimed at reducing inflammation and pain relief. Acupuncture is also known to increase circulation and therefore increase the arrival of the treated substances in the painful area and speed up recovery.
Recent studies have found that acupuncture is effective in treating injuries such as: sprains, stretching, orthopedic problems related to neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle pain, muscle swelling.
In addition for treating the injury, I’m also going to improve your performance which gives you a competitive advantage, help you reduce stress, remove physical and emotional stagnations, put all your systems in balance and induce your overall energy.
Acute injury – 2 sessions per week for two weeks (follow-up treatment will be determined according to the patient’s report).
Chronic injury – 2 weekly sessions for two or three weeks and then decreased once a week for 10 treatments.
A decrease in pain levels is felt in most cases even after the first treatment. The number of treatments required varies from patient to patient depending on the nature of the medical problem and the rate progression of the recovery.