• Pain Management

  • Natural treatment for Pain and Pain relief

    • Have you been prescribed pain medications that don’t work?
    • Tried physical therapy, massage and chiropractic, but not
      improving?
    • Is your only other option surgery?


    If you suffer from Chronic Pain or other pain conditions and prescription
    drugs or conventional medicine have failed to produce the desired results
    Acupuncture offers a NATRUAL, SAFE, PROVEN and DRUG FREE Alternative!

    Acupuncture for Pain


    Acupuncture is a very effective treatment for pain. Many patients experience relief after
    their first treatment, with nearly all our patients feeling significant pain reduction after 6-8
    treatments.

    Acupuncture provides relief from many causes of pain, including:

    • arthritis
    • headaches
    • low back pain or disc pain
    • sports injuries
    • carpal tunnel syndrome or wrist pain
    • PMS
    • fibromyalgia
    • tennis elbow and shoulder pain
    • neck pain
    • sciatica

     Acupuncture has also been effective in cases where western medical doctors
    haven’t been able to locate a physical cause for the pain.

    Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for Pain relief
    Acupuncture is a part of Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine is a healing tradition that has been used for thousands of years. Chinese Medicine is a holistic medicine, which means that it is always focused on addressing each patient's underlying causes of disease and works toward bringing the whole body into a state of well being and balance.

    The needles used in acupuncture are tiny, made of stainless steel and are used only once. Most patients find each treatment relaxing and not painful. Sometimes the needles are inserted into the location of the pain, other times only general body points or points on the hands and feet are used. These points regulate the flow of energy in the body and help to relieve the pain.

    Research backs Acupuncture for Pain Relief
    Recent medical research has shown the effectiveness of acupuncture for pain relief. The World Health Organization, the U.S. National Institutes of Health, and the medical health insurance industry have all recognized its safety and effectiveness.

    Can acupuncture help you?
    Please contact us to schedule a complimentary 20 minute consultation. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have and discuss your concerns. Please contact us at (425) 533-7320 or bellevueacupuncture@gmail.com.

    Acupuncture for Chronic Pain- Safe and Effective!

    Since the 1970s, the World Health Organization (WHO) has studied the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating and managing a number of pain issues. Through controlled clinical trials carried out with sound methodologies and research, the WHO has sought to point to the effectiveness of acupuncture in helping patients with pain.

    In the late 1990s, the WHO concluded that acupuncture represents a significant help to pain patients, especially in the face of side-effects or the risk of dependence on traditional Western drug therapies. For many, acupuncture has become the method of choice for treating chronically painful conditions.

    Pain Relief Without Needles

    If you're seeking alternative pain management that doesn't involve the use of needles, we offer cupping therapy services. The history of cupping spans back thousands of years, and has been traditionally used as a form of ancient Chinese medicine. Cupping therapy involves placing glass jars on the skin that create a suction-like-effect. Cupping is unique in Chinese medicine in that it often successfully treats pain issues without the use of needles.

    Pain Symptoms & Disorders Our Manhattan Acupuncturist Treats

    From chronic headaches to pain felt after surgery, acupuncture can be a useful tool in pain management. At our New York office, we treat a number of both common and uncommon pain symptoms.

    These issues include chronic and acute pains throughout the body, such as:

    • Adverse reactions to radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy
    • Dysmenorrhoea
    • Knee pain
    • Low back pain
    • Neck pain
    • Periarthritis of shoulder
    • Postoperative pain
    • Sciatica
    • Sprain
    • Tennis elbow
    • Abdominal pain
    • Postoperative convalescence
    • Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
    • Stiff neck
    • Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
    • Chronic pelvic pain