Acupuncture for Tendinitis At Seitai Acupuncture
If you live in the Brooklyn, Manhattan & Staten Island areas and suffer from tendinitis, an acupuncturist at Seitai Acupuncture can help bring fast and effective relief by using powerful, non-invasive treatment techniques that require no downtime.
What is Tendinitis
Tendinitis, or tendonitis, is the irritation or inflammation of a tendon, which is a fibrous connective tissue which attaches muscle to bone to help it move. Tendinitis can result in tenderness and pain at or near a joint. Sometimes, sufferers may experience a tingling sensation or numbness, and will also be restricted in their movements. The condition most often affects the shoulders, wrists, hands, heels, and elbows.
What are the Causes of Tendinitis?
Failure to stretch prior to exercising or using incorrect posture for long periods of time can lead to tendinitis. Alternatively, the following activities can also contribute to or cause the condition:
There are many activities that can cause tendinitis. These include, but are not limited to the following:
- Household chores
- Tossing a ball
- Playing Tennis
- Other repetitive motions
Acupuncture for Tendinitis
Acupuncture can be used to successfully treat various types of tendon issues, including tendinitis. This medical procedure involves stimulation of the sensory nerves that are located under the skin and within the muscles. Acupuncture treatments can substantially reduce the amount of time needed for healing.
Acupuncture relies less on the causal aspects of an injury or medical condition, and directs attention to the ways in which the flow of one's bodily energy has been affected, and whether the ailment is a systemic or a local problem. It is non-invasive, virtually painless and requires little or no down time.
What are Acupuncture Sessions Like?
Your acupuncturist will begin by assessing your general health while taking your medical history into consideration. A physical examination will take place, followed by the treatment itself. Acupuncture for tendinitis is best administered by an acupuncturist with experience in this particular area so that he or she will know the precise acupuncture points that will best deliver remedy for the pain.
Insertion of the Needles
Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine, barely discernible needles along certain points in the body. Once in place, the needles are left in position for a length of time determined by the acupuncturist, normally up to half an hour or less. Depending on each case, the acupuncturist will determine whether or not to rotate the needles or to stimulate them.
Schedule an Appointment, Contact Seitai Acupuncture!
Doctors Shapiro, Kapustina and Gotlib at Seitai Acupuncture are highly qualified acupuncturists that can bring fast relief from tendinitis. Please call 347-850-4058 to schedule an appointment. One of our friendly associates will be happy to assist you.