Thursday, 16 July 2015

Acupuncture for sports injury - shoulder, forearm



Acupuncture for sports injury - shoulder, forearm

The patient

40 years old Graphic designer. Trains 4 times a week in the gym as well as weekly military fitness training. Enjoys up to 6 cups of coffee a day. 

Presenting symptoms
Acupuncture for shoulder, pins and needles, image source 

- Tight shoulder
- Pain in right forearm 
- Pins and needles in arms and hands
- Compromised grip
- Lethargic 
- Psoriasis on hands and body

Treatment and advice

Weekly sessions of acupuncture. Advised patient to cut down on the amount of coffee gradually. 

Outcome

After 3 session of acupuncture, patient reported the following improvements: 


- Elbow pain: 7 to 3 out of 10 
- Shoulder pain: 6 to 3 out of 10
- Pins and needles: 7 to 2 out of 10
- Noticeable improvement on psoriasis

Patient testimonial

"After my normal treatments for a weight training injury were unsuccessful I decided to try acupuncture. After my first session I felt an immediate improvement which continued with each visit. Ivy was very knowledgeable and had some great dietary advice which has improved my psoriasis also"


If you would like further information on this blog or to discuss any conditions you would like to be treated, please do not hesitate to contact me via email ivyxxu@xuclinic.co.uk.




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