Back pain can take over your whole life—waking up, going to work, sitting at your desk, commuting, and many other everyday activities can seem impossible when your dealing with mild or severe back pain. Unfortunately, back pain is very common and affects just about everyone. Studies have shown that nearly eight out of 10 people will experience back pain at some point in life.
If you’ve been dealing with back pain, whether mild or severe, it’s time to try something new.
Unlike other treatments, which are focused on treating the masses, acupuncture treatment plans are patient-centered, offering you a personalized treatment plan to deal with your own specific back pain issues.
Whether you have mild, chronic, or severe back pain, acupuncture can help relive your back pain and allow you to get back to your normal life. If you’ve tried other treatments like exercise or yoga but have not found relief, acupuncture is a great option to help you deal with back pain.
During your first visit, you will meet with one of our acupuncturists to evaluate your specific back pain. This will include the source of your back pain, the length of time you’ve suffered back pain, previous treatments, and any medical conditions associated with your back pain.
Your acupuncturist will then determine the best treatment plan for your specific situation including recommended sessions and other tips for managing your back pain. They’ll also be happy to answer any questions on acupuncture to help you feel at ease!
City Acupuncture’s goal is to make acupuncture more accessible for people in New York City. That’s why we offer some of the lowest acupuncture session rates in the Manhattan area.
We also have three convenient locations that are sure to be close to home or work. With locations in Fulton Street, East Village and Bed Stuy, we’re conveniently accessible by subway and public transportation.
If you’re tired of dealing with back pain, contact your nearest City Acupuncture to schedule your first visit.
This past March 30, Sarah Sanborn, L.M.T., L.Ac., used the space at City Acupuncture of New York to host the first Acupuncture for Activists event. I recently got a chance to catch up with Sarah and...Read more