Acupuncturist Chapel Hill, NC
Following any surgery, the body needs to heal. Acupuncture is a holistic treatment that can help the body heal more quickly and improve the healing experience, in general. Many people choose acupuncture to recover from all types of surgery – neck, back, hand, shoulder, hip, knee, or foot surgical procedures all heal better with the application of this age-old holistic treatment. Some people even choose to receive acupuncture before the medical event to help set the stage for improved healing.
Questions you may have regarding the choice of acupuncture after surgery include: what is acupuncture? How does it work to help after surgery? Is it safe? How do I get started?
Acupuncture treatment a healing method based on the ancient theory of Chinese medicine which sees the body as coursed by energy channels similar to nerve, artery, vein and lymph pathways. We have channels that arise in the foot and travel to the head, others that occur in hand and journey to the chest, and still others that occur on the neck and travel down the back through the knees to the feet. Energies from these superficial tendinomuscular channels enter the body to effect change in organs and other deeper structures and powers. Energy channels are affected by many things including patient age, gender and health presentation, patient emotional status, and other aspects. Environmental factors influence channel flow, as well and Chinese medicine energies are named after environmental elements: wood, water, earth, metal, and fire. A skilled acupuncturist considers many things before commencing a treatment plan.
Surgery is a treatment that creates a certain amount of trauma to the body it aims to help because surgery involves cutting into deeper tissues. The initial injury and that of the operation creates a situation of sympathetic stress for the patient – a yang experience as defined in the context of Chinese medicine. Acupuncture treatments soothe the significant trauma that occurs following surgery. Yin balancing acupuncture techniques can help soothe and heal the body and mind after surgery, improving sleep and relation. At Acupractic Natural Healing Center and Acupuncture at Eastowne, LLC, in Chapel Hill, NC, Dr. Oskardmay will teach you how to increase yin healing when you leave the office and between visits. When you leave the office, she will suggest ways to carry the treatment home to increase its value in your life; she will suggest specific yoga postures and herbal remedies to improve health.
To choose acupuncture after surgery, call (919) 929-1400, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website acudocnc.com to schedule your appointment today. We offer self-pay discounts, accept your HSA or FSA and participate with and submit claims electronically for you to most major insurance plans, including BCBS State and Federal, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Medicare, and others. Helping people of the Triangle since 1995, we look forward to helping you, too. Our office is open Monday to Friday and we are here for you to help you recover from surgery and other health problems.