☺Acupuncture Houston TX - West Holcombe Clinic
☺Acupuncture Houston TX - South Shepherd Clinic
Houston Acupuncture and Herb Clinic at 2431 West Holcombe, Houston,
corner of Kirby
Drive and next to the Flower Corner.
Houston Acupuncture and Herb Clinic at South Shepherd Dr., Houston,
corner of Westheimer
Drive and next to the KFC. This location has been
servicing Houston for more than18 years.
Click here for the West Holcombe Clinic location
The clinic is located at the corner of
Kirby Drive and
next to the Flower Corner. ☺TEL:
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South Shepherd Clinic location map.
Acupuncture Houston TX-South
Sports Injury Acupuncture and Chinese medicine help leg
pain, arthritis, knee pain, foot pain, joint pain,
joint swollen, tendonitis, neck pain.
Wen-Lung Wu, M.S., L. Ac.,
Doctor of Medicine in China
Jo-Mei Chiang, B.S. L Ac., Master
of Medicine (China)
Houston Acupuncture and Herb Clinic, Houston, Texas.
From Teresa E.
I have rheumatoid arthritis and my knee had started swelling and hurting
when I walk. After just one treatment, the pain was
significantly less. After the second treatment, my knee has
not bothered me at all. The swelling in my right hand also
goes down dramatically after treatment.
Acupuncture disappeared my sports injury - back injury form
I have had a football injury from high school
for many years. It had been numb since that injury. I came to seek a
different alternative because nothing else had work over the years.
Dr. Wu gave me a educational treatment along with some back
acupuncture. He said I would have to come back to visit one more
time, but he fixed it the first visit. I have recommended him to
many of my friends and critics. This really worked. Thanks Dr. Wu.
For more than 3 decades Houston Acupuncture and
Herb Clinic has helped both professional athletes and amateurs for
all kinds of sports injuries and we are proud of our successful
Followings are most common seen sport injuries
could be helped greatly by acupuncture and Chinese medicine:
Muscle Pain: back pain, low back pain, upper
back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, fibromyalgia.
Nerve pain: pinched nerve pain, sciatica
pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, scoliosis,
herniated disc, bulging disc, shingles, gout.
cervical nerve pain, tingling, numbness.
Arthritis pain: rheumatoid arthritis,
osteoarthritis, arthritis keen pain, arthritis hand pain, arthritis joint pain,
hip pain, ankle pain, foot pain,
wrist pain, psoriatic arthritis, septic
arthritis, gouty arthritis.
Pain from injury: whiplash, fracture, stress
fracture, torn ligament, torn tendon, pulled muscle, joint
dislocation, torn cartilage,
Tendinitis: rotator cuff pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow,
trigger finger, bursitis, inflammation of tendon, Achilles
Bone spurs: Plantar fasciitis, heel spurs
(heel pain), foot spurs ( foot pain), back spurs.bunions, hammer
toes, flat feet (fallen arches)
callus or corns, plantar warts.
Acupuncture is being widely adopted to treat
sports injuries. It is also recognized as an effective method for
sports injury. Instead of using pain medicine, acupuncture
naturally increases the body healing power to relieve the pain and
reduce the inflammation instantly. In ancient Chinese medicine,
acupuncture simply can increase the circulation to open the
Bruises, sprains, strains, or some stress
fractures are commonly seen in the sports injuries. With acupuncture
and Chinese medicine, varieties of sports injuries can be
successfully helped in professional athletes, ballerinas, dancers,
trainers, performers, martial artists, and ammeter athletes.
The results of acupuncture for sports injuries
are highly satisfied for pain relief, decrease of inflammation,
reduce bruising, stiffness, and speed up the recover. More and more
professional sports teams are offering acupuncture for both injury
treatment and prevention of injury. Some teams even hire
acupuncturists on board to maintain the performance at the peak
level. Not only the injuries from the sports, the injuries from
working, overuse, trauma and arthritis are also can be benefit
tremendously from acupuncture and Chinese medicine.
Acupuncture first can regulate the disruption
of qi and blood in the injured areas especially for the pulled or
torn muscle, acupuncture sometimes plus electrical stimulation could
quickly restore the majority muscle tone and functions. Second,
acupuncture treatments can instantly increase the body flow such as
qi, blood, mist to nourish the strained areas which would eliminate
the further deterioration. Third, acupuncture is a wonder for the
old injuries. Mostly old injuries involved qi and blood stagnation
or even stasis, besides increasing the body flows to break through
the stagnation, at the same time acupuncture could replenish the
tissues for the repair and restoration.
It is not strange that most of sports injury
patients could receive an immediate improvement during the