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Phoenix Community Acupuncture - Encanto

3 or 5 Acupuncture Sessions at Phoenix Community Acupuncture (Up to 74% Off)

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  • Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required, or $15 fee may apply. $10 paperwork fee not included. New clients only. Services must be used by the same person.
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Questions and Answers 3 questions

Q:

Hello, My Father is suffering with Shoulder pain and he cannot lift his arm upwards, one of the doctor diagnosed it as Shoulder Freeze or Freeze shoulder, and I was looking over the internet and found that this can be treated with acupuncture, please let me know if it may really help in reducing the pain. Thanks I can be reach at awaisarfeen@hotmail.com (602) 380 7097

Awais A.  asked on  Dec 23, 2012

A:

Hello, shoulder pain, including frozen shoulder can be definitely treated using acupuncture. It helps reduce the pain and improve mobility. Thank you so much.

Mayo M.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 24, 2012

Q:

hi..What has been your experience in helping mild sleep apnea and/or hot flashes (different people)?

don t.  asked on  Dec 22, 2012

A:

Hello, I see a lot of both conditions, and it can be helpful in the reduction of frequency and severity of hot flashes and improves breathing. Thank you for the question. :)

Mayo M.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 24, 2012

Q:

In reading the information on the community setting, apparently everyone sits in a reclining chair in a group. How does one have treatment to their back in this situation?

Gail G.  asked on  Dec 21, 2012

A:

Hi! Thanks for your question, back pain is one of the most common ailments we treat here. Because I use recliners instead of chairs I use points that are on the related channels and are known to be effective in treating pain in the back, i use ear points that correlate to the area of pain, I some times use a massage technique, and lastly I do often use a very oblique insertion to the actual area of pain.

Mayo M.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 21, 2012

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