One day, a former football player came into Eastern Medical Center. He had terrible ankle pain, and suffered through it for two years, walking with a limp. He was forced to give up football and hadn’t played since the injury. He didn’t even exercise anymore and had gained weight as a result of inactivity. After one acupuncture treatment, the pain was gone he could walk normally again.
We here at Eastern Medical Center hope you had a wonderful holiday and great start to 2010. For many, the New Year is a time of new beginnings and change. Businesses and individuals are reengaging after the holidays and assessing what they need (and want) to do now that it’s January. It’s an exciting time, but for many it’s also a stressful one.
In order to have a productive beginning to the year, it’s essential to keep anxiety at a minimum. Anxiety affects your thinking, health, mood … and just about everything else. There’s definitely “a lot to do,” but there’s help to ensure you’re not overloaded with stress in the process.
Acupuncture is a phenomenal way to alleviate anxiety — and stay balanced to you don’t have too much anxiety to begin with.