Taking a holistic approach to treating sinus infection and headaches
Acupuncture treatment for sinusitis focuses on points specifically related to the sinuses. The Bitong point is particularly useful in managing pain from sinus infections: when needled or massaged, this point helps to open up the sinuses. There are many complimentary points that can be needled along with the Bitong to encourage drainage, relieve pressure and reduce mucus production; the points we target depend on your individual diagnosis. Many people find relief from pain and pressure immediately after a treatment.
Sinus headaches be gone!
Acupuncture positively affects all aspects of health. It can make a big difference in the way your body deals with and, ultimately, overcomes sinus problems. At Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture of Park Slope, we use it in tandem with chiropractic treatment to maximize your well being. Find out more by giving our new office a call to schedule an appointment today.
Coming to terms with your stress
Stress can cause physical pain. Experiencing stress regularly is harmful: high blood pressure is one of its better known side effects, but overstress can lead to a whole range of physical ailments from muscle tissue deterioration to chronic headaches. It is common to hear that joint pain is experienced during moments of prolonged stress. This pain is processed by the central nervous system through a system of neuron transmissions in the spinal cord. The spine then sends signals to the brain, which creates the sensation of pain. Do you ever feel tense when you are stressed? This is a physiological manifestation of the tightness in your muscles. If back muscles are tensing and retracting, they can create misalignments in your spine that cause pressure to the nerves. Simply put stress= pain.
Stress can be treated by chiropractic therapy!
Spinal manipulation restores your spine back into alignment and treats nerves that may have become inflamed due to the build up of stress. Chiropractic and acupuncture are both proven to improve blood circulation. At our office in Park Slope, we use natural methods to boost your body’s natural energy levels, thus helping you cope with stress in a healthier, more effective manner. All of these are important to an effective stress management plan.