Pain is a part of life and works to signal you that something is wrong or needs your attention. Acute pain happens when you encounter harm, like a broken bone, a stubbed toe, or a bout of strep throat. Chronic pain lingers and interferes with your daily routines.
People who experience chronic pain will go to great lengths to find lasting relief. Often, this includes turning to pharmaceuticals. Many drugs are hard on your body, and some carry a high risk of addiction, which can change the shape of the rest of your life.
Natural pain management helps you find relief without being overwhelmed by pain. It offers the chance to reduce physical pain while enhancing your emotional and mental well-being, which often suffers due to ongoing pain.
Many arrive at the practice after trying to manage pain for many years. When modern medicine fails to correct the problem, traditional healing remains a safe, effective, and consistent source of relief.
Acupuncture is a powerful means of relieving pain, including chronic pain and postoperative pain. This traditional Chinese therapeutic approach strives to realign the life force that flows throughout your body. Sterile, thin treatment needles trigger your innate healing abilities, helping your body do what it was designed to do.
Some of the painful conditions that bring people to the practice include:
These are just a few complaints that lead people to seek natural pain management, including acupuncture, massage, and reiki.
Occasional pain is part of life and usually nothing to be concerned about. However, when the pain lingers for more than a couple of weeks and when self-care efforts don’t improve your condition, it may be time to seek professional help.
Allowing pain to linger can influence your overall health and wellness. Over time, pain can cause or contribute to depression, anxiety, and sleep disruptions. You can begin limiting your activity levels to accommodate pain, which can cause a cascade of negative outcomes.
When you’re ready to take control of pain, call Ommmango Wellness to schedule a visit. Online booking is also available, and takes just moments to complete.