low back pain

Are you still suffering from low back pain and sciatica?

Is walking or standing difficult? 

Relieve low back pain with acupuncture

Acupuncture reduces pain and inflammation. Low back pain means pain in the lower lumbar, lumbosacral, or sacroiliac regions. Often, it is accompanied by pain radiating down one or both buttocks and legs. Low back pain is one of the millions of hours lost from work and more millions of dollars spent on treatment and medication. Low back pain may be either acute or chronic. It can be simply annoying or irritating or it can produce unbearable physical and emotional suffering. The National Institute of Health states that acupuncture may be useful as an adjunct treatment or an acceptable alternative or be included in a comprehensive management program.

Patients notice a significant improvement after 3 to 6 visits. If your pain is chronic, additional treatments will ensure further improvement.

 

 

Patient Testimonial 1

I had suffered from moderate to severe pain and stiffness in my neck and lower back for some time. I was very pleasantly surprised with the results of my first treatment as the pain relief was almost immediate. Not only did each subsequent visit aid in further alleviating the ache in my neck and back, it promoted a sense of well being and reduction of stress. I have been extremely satisfied with the results of these treatments and give acupuncture a resounding endorsement.   Bob K.


Patient Testimonial 2

Before I started acupuncture therapy with Dr. Lee I experienced a great deal of pain in my lower back. I was taking large doses of pain medications. After 5 sessions of acupuncture I am almost free of all pain in my back and have stopped taking pain medication. It’s a miracle. Linda Mann


Patient Testimonial 3

I came in with headaches and neck and back and feet pain. Had this for many years. Within weeks my pain has been greatly reduced and my feet pain is gone. Thank you. Pam Waite


Patient Testimonial 4

I was very surprised that my lower back and knee pain were also getting better. Often, I forget to use a cane and people at meetings are surprised that I am walking around without a cane. Florence B. Age 84