To celebrate Father’s Day, Acupuncturist Andrea O’Neill is offering men an free extra 15 minute back cupping treatment during September.
For most men, popping pain killers can thwart the occasional headache. If headaches become intense or unremitting, though, OTC therapy may not keep them at bay.
Acupuncture works very well with tension headaches, cluster headaches, post-traumatic headaches, and disease-related headaches that might be due to sinus problems, high blood pressure or sleeping disorders. Acupuncture can cause the nervous system to produce pain relieving chemicals through carefully selected points.
2. Acupuncture for Gastrointestinal Problems
Belching, Irritable Bowel, Diarrhoea, Constipation, Bloating….all these common symptoms can be alleviated with Acupuncture
3. Acupuncture for Sports Injuries
Many injured athletes use acupuncture for relief – WHY? – Because Acupuncture helps your body recover from injury faster.
I’ve been treating a lot of men who are under stress and after treatment; they feel more relaxed and able to deal with the pressures of life.
Depending on where the needles go, acupuncture can stimulate the part of the brain that controls emotions, including anxiety & stress.
5. Acupuncture for Back Pain
Stick a Pin in . . . Back Pain
Treating back pain is by far the most common reason people turn to acupuncture. Needles increase blood flow to muscles and tissues and jump-start the body’s natural ability to heal itself