How Acupuncture and Chiropractic Care helps with Pain Management
When you’re dealing with chronic pain, it can feel like there’s no end in sight. That’s why we offer chiropractic and acupuncture for pain management to help you get to the root of what’s causing your pain—and then take steps to address it and help you get back to living life the way you want.
We know that chiropractic and acupuncture are the perfect combination and two of the most effective ways to manage chronic pain, but they aren’t always easy to combine. That’s why Huang Wellness Center is dedicated to offering both services under one roof.
How Acupuncture and Chiropractic can help:
Pain management is one of our specialties. We work with you to find the right combination of chiropractic and acupuncture treatments so that you can get back to enjoying your life as quickly as possible.
Our treatments can help with:
Acupuncture Research for Pain Management:
HEAR FROM OUR PATIENTS
"I was looking for a local Acupuncturist to treat a debilitating case of tendinitis. I suffered with this ailment for 3 months with zero long-term relief using braces, ointments, heating/cold therapies and pain relievers. These remedies only lasted a couple of hours and anyone that has experienced tendinitis knows how difficult basic tasks can be and very painful. I was very lucky to come across Huang Wellness Center. I was very impressed with the level of care and assessment of my injury and plan of action to relieve the pain. I found immediate relief after my first session and each subsequent session the tendinitis subsided to the point I really didn’t notice any issues with pain, range of motion and strength in my arm. What I was not expecting was adding chiropractic care in addition to the acupuncture. I was thrilled that I could have both treatments done at each visit. I was having hip pain and after an adjustment the pain in my hip was eliminated. What a wonderful practice, Dr. Ian Huang listens carefully and takes the time to explain what treatment will be performed."