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Acupuncture clinics located in Calgary

Posted Feb 6, 2014 by tedmark
Acupuncture is practiced all over the world, and is credited with offering a number of painless, drug-free therapeutic solutions for common health complaints, including pain relief.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Feb 6, 2014 -- Acupuncture is practiced all over the world, and is credited with offering a number of painless, drug-free therapeutic solutions for common health complaints, including pain relief. Having originated in China, acupuncture falls within the domain of Chinese acutherapy. So what is acupuncture? It is the process of inserting needles into the body to promote the healthy flow of energies within the body. It is widely acclaimed to be effective in treating a broad variety of ailments and disorders, such as pain relief, as mentioned above. Besides pain relief, other treatments are offered like relieving constipation, vertigo, and combating the common cold and flu. But there is more. So much more in fact, that if the number of ailments and disorders which have been treated in the past with Chinese acutherapy were listed, the list would take up multiple pages.
So you’re probably asking “I live in Calgary. Are there acupuncture clinics located in Calgary?” The answer is yes. Acupuncture in Calgary has become dramatically more popular among those suffering with all kinds of pain, conditions or diseases. So luckily for you, finding an acupuncturist in Calgary is only a phone call or Google search away. But does acupuncture work? Are there any testimonials to prove this? There are many, and below is a testimonial from a resident of Calgary who sought acupuncture treatment in Calgary following a car accident in which he was rear-ended.
“It was a normal Wednesday morning, and I was on my way to school. Like any other day, I was stopped by a poorly timed red light causing my car to completely stop as I waited for the light to turn green. I was then rear-ended, and my car was pushed into the intersection. In that moment, I didn’t feel any pain. But soon after, maybe an hour or two following the crash, I began to feel pain in my neck and upper back. Nearly 24 hours after the accident, I was in so much pain that I visited the doctor who then referred me to a physiotherapist. Upon initial consultation with the physiotherapist, I described the pain I was in and she offered a number of treatments which provided pain relief. One of these treatments was acupuncture, a Chinese acutherapy practice. I was subjected to all kinds of treatments, including massage therapy and electric current stimulation, however I felt the most pain relief immediately following acutherapy. I was so impressed with the results that the physiotherapist, who is a trained acupuncturist in Calgary, suggested acupuncture as the sole treatment option. Within three months, I felt no pain in my neck and upper back area. I credit this to having acupuncture treatment in Calgary available to me, and without the Calgary acupuncture clinic where I was receiving treatment, I believe my injuries would have continued creating pain for much longer than three months.”

More information regarding the health benefits of alternative medicine such as acupuncture can be found at the following address acupuncture in Calgary . Please consult the webpage Calgary acupuncture if you are interested in learning more about the benefits, the expected results or the characteristics of acupuncture treatments.
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Country : United Kingdom
Categories : Health
Last Updated : Feb 6, 2014

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