Acupuncture in Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights and Park Slope neighborhoods
According to ancient Traditional Chinese System of Medicine, injuries occur when there are imbalances of energy along the body meridians, the paths of energy Qi. Acupuncture method seeks to restore and balance them, thereby preventing injuries and / or easing recovery. Far from being used just for a garden variety of aches and pains, Acupuncture is now widely used by athletes, ranging from weekend warriors, to professional dancers, to Olympic level champions. And it is not longer a mysterious, little known about area: it has been actively researched and discussed in prominent medical journals. You can click on the links below to some major US publications with evidence of it’s effectiveness for various orthopedic conditions. For example, good evidence now exists that acupuncture relieves symptoms of back and neck pain, as well as knee pain due to arthritis. There is evidence that short term pain relief can be expected when suffering form plantar fasciatis, tennis elbow, or Achilles tendinopathy.
We, physical therapists at Park Sports, believe that adding acupuncture to our arsenal of techniques, would benefit our patients. We hear positive feedback from you about its effects and have no reason not to make this modality available to everyone (especially, since it has virtually no negative side effects).
We recommend Justin Park, who is Board Certified in Acupuncture, Chinese and Herbal Medicine. He is licensed to practice acupuncture in NY stated and earned the title of Master of Science of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific college of Oriental Medicine in NY. For full list of his certifications and experience, please click on the link to his website:
To improve results of musculo-sceletal rehabilitation we offer acupuncture in Clinton Hill and Park Slope clinics.
We are happy to announce a “recovery room” for active people of Park Slope, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill to supplement your physical therapy treatment you may acupunctrure session to aid your recovery.
Acupuncture is used my Olimpic Athletes and is approved by the US Olimpic Committee. Weekend warriors of Park Slope, Prospect Heights and Clinton Hill have an opportunity to receive acupuncture that specifically serves their needs.
It may complement the training program by
- Increasing endurance
- Delaying muscle fatigue
- Speeding up post-surgical recovery
Acupuncture has no known side effects
We offer acupuncture in Park Slope and Prospect Heights and Fort Greene for lower extremities athletes, runners, upper extremity athletes and swimmers.
Some common conditions treated in our Park Slope and Clinton Hill locations for Physical Therapy can be aided by acupuncture such as
- Plantar Fasciatis
- Achille’s tendonitis
- ITB syndrome
- Swimmers shoulder
- Tennis Elbow
- Knee pain