JAN 11, 2020
Last year, one of my patient arrived quite desperate, she had developed plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the layer of tissue that supports the arch of the foot), for already six months. Although she had sought treatment from a podiatrist and physical therapist, and iced, rested, and stretched the area, the pain was still continuing despite all her efforts. So she decided it was time for an alternative therapy-acupuncture.
She came to Ïyasa Acupuncture for a consultation. I advised her with a treatment plan using Neuropuncture (Electric Acupuncture) of four biweekly sessions. During each appointment, thin pliable needles were inserted into her calves and feet. She felt some initial discomfort, but as she grew more comfortable with the process, the pain subsided. Then electrical-stimulation was applied to a few of the needles. After 30 minutes, I detached the machine, removed the needles, and voila? Our runner felt better-much better. After the third session, she went running, and there was absolutely no pain in her heel. She even did not need the rest of her sessions. There are constant electrical charges flowing through the body. The needles are placed in acupuncture points where there is decreased electrical activity. By generating an electric flow between these points, the brain is stimulated to release endorphins and trigger the immune system to help injuries heal. If done when an injury is recent, Neuropuncture can significantly reduce recovery time. As an example an ankle sprain that would normally take seven to 14 days to heal could be better in one to three days.
Wanna try? Contact Emmanuelle Sardou LAc./D.OM at 786/246-1146 or book a FREE 15 minutes info session at https://www.iyasaacupuncture.com/bookings-checkout/iyasa-free-info-session-1/book