Natural Pain Relief

Natural Pain Relief

Certainly pain relief is the most well-known and well-researched areas in Acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine work at a deep level to stimulate your own built-in healing mechanisms. Acupuncture increases blood flow, reduces inflammation and triggers your body to produce its own natural painkillers, some of which are much more potent than even morphine. Acupuncture also reduces stress so that your body can settle in and focus on repairing itself. At Acupuncture Buffalo, we go beyond the symptomatic pain relief protocols that focus on the symptom only. We believe that the best healing comes from the inside out, and we focus our treatment on you as an individual with the goal of restoring balance so that your body can correct itself without creating a revolving door of pain treatment. Here are some common types of pain that we treat at Acupuncture Buffalo:

Accidents
Arthritis
Back pain
Fibromyalgia
Headaches
Injuries
Joint pain
Migraines
Neck and Shoulder pain
Neuropathy
Painful periods and PMS
Pain with digestion
Post-surgical pain
Pregnancy related pain

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A Wholistic Approach to Treating Headaches

You may already know of people who are using acupuncture to treat headaches, especially migraine headaches. Some people experience instant relief from an acute headache with acupuncture.  Certainly instant drug-free relief from a headache is impressive, but the real goal is that as treatment progresses you stop or seriously limit headache frequency and severity. […]

By |October 18th, 2017|Natural Pain Relief|Comments Off on A Wholistic Approach to Treating Headaches

Acupuncture Buffalo Loves Water!

If you have not figured it out by now, Acupuncture Buffalo is pretty focused on helping you make the changes that will not only complement your acupuncture treatment, but changes that will ultimately make you less dependent on it. Getting results from acupuncture treatment is one thing, but guiding you on your route to […]

By |March 17th, 2015|Natural Pain Relief, Nutrition, Stress & Anxiety, Weight Loss, Wellness & Performance|Comments Off on Acupuncture Buffalo Loves Water!