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Chino, CA 91710 US

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Acupuncture In Chino, CA

Traditionally used in Chinese medicine, acupuncture is a treatment that has been shown to be effective in the management for chronic pain and other conditions, including insomnia, anxiety and depression, and to stop smoking. Acupuncture involves the insertion of extremely thin needles into strategic points of the body based on the patient's unique needs, and the idea behind the treatment is that the insertion of the needles at these key points restores the body's "chi" or flow of energy, so it can begin to heal itself.

Woman getting acupuncture in Chino, CA

Conditions Acupuncture Are Used For

Acupuncture can be used for a variety of conditions, including but not limited to: 

  • Different types of pain management, including chronic pain, pain due to injury, and menstrual cramps 
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Migraines and tension headaches 
  • Arthritis
  • Nausea and vomiting after chemotherapy or surgery 
  • Dental pain 
  • Smoking cessation 

There are many more conditions that acupuncture can treat, and patients who undergo the treatment often report significantly reduced pain and an increased sense of peace and wellbeing afterwards. When done properly, there are very few risks associated with acupuncture. Most people do not even feel the needle being inserted into the skin because it is so thin, and they only feel a slight tingling sensation as the nerves in that area become activated and blood flow begins to increase. The most common side effects reported after an acupuncture treatment is mild soreness and potentially light bruising. Acupuncturists use sterile needles for each patient, and risks are greatly reduced when you are in the hands of a licensed and experienced acupuncturist. Acupuncture can be used solely to treat any of the above conditions, or it can complement Western medicine or chiropractic therapy in order to achieve desired results. 

Get Acupuncture in Chino, CA Today 

In Chino Hills, high quality and experienced acupuncture is provided by the Baeks Chiropractic Health Center. When you visit our office, we take a complete health history and speak with you in detail to determine what issues you are facing and where your greatest challenges lie. We will then develop a customized treatment plan that may include both acupuncture and traditional chiropractic care, such as manipulations, spinal traction, and massage therapy, depending on what your unique needs are. You can trust our seasoned chiropractors to provide you with the caring and compassionate support you need to overcome conditions that interrupt your daily life, like chronic pain, smoking, headaches, fibromyalgia, and more. Our Chino acupuncture specialists will work in tandem with you to address your concerns and help you reach the level of health and wellness you want. 

If you are interested in visiting an acupuncturist in Chino, contact our chiropractor at the Baeks Chiropractic Health Center. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a consultation with one of our chiropractors by calling 909.548.6868 or stop by our office at 13801 Roswell Avenue Suite G in Chino Hills. We would love to work with you to help you achieve your health and wellness goals through safe, natural treatments like acupuncture! 

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