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” I came to visit Sin Osteopathic a week ago due to a heavily sprained ankle. I took a wrong step down the stairs while distracting by my phone. The physician checked my ankle carefully and arranged for a x-ray at Columbia Hospital. Luckily, I had no fracture. They did acupuncture, adjustment and applied Chinese herbs to my ankle on the following visit. Today, my ankle got less swollen and I can start to walk with both feet, feeling more balance right now.”
Focus on correcting misalignments to the spine.
Cervical adjustment could help to reduce cervical nerve tension, yet help with the treatment of Bell’s Palsy.
TCM believes that blockage in the meridians causes dysfunction.
Acupuncture could promote Qi flow and activate blood circulation to treat Bell’s Palsy.
Muscle stripping accelerates recovery and increases muscle flexibility, promote the blood circulation around the face.