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Acupuncture can definitely help you to relieve pain after the injury. Acupuncture treatment is a safe and effective holistic treatment that can help reduce pain and bring back the body's restorative function.
Comprehensive treatment plan is vital for an injury case to lower the risk of long term pain and prevent complication of other muscle and physical condition in the future. A recent systematic review on knee pain after injury and surgery concluded that "Numerous recent SRs and clinical trials have supported the effects of acupuncture for various types of knee pain." Additionally, acupuncture treatment not only provides physical relieve but reduces various factors that influenced treatment result.
Yes, acupuncture definitely will help, unless there is a "major" or complete tearing of ligaments, which requires surgery.
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step. We might also, at that point stimulate the needles by mild heat or electric current or by gentle manipulation. This would produce the tangible effects that would restore proper flow of Qi and Blood and stop the pain.
The Qi is a difficult to explain concept, that has more to do with breath and vitality than it does with energy as physicists understand that term. In any event, we can manipulate the flow of Qi in a tangible way with the needle that has clinically relevant effects of stopping pain. It restores and enhances blood flow as well as promoting the body's own ability to heal itself. Hopefully this answers your question.
Snohomish Brown DACM, LAc, CMT