Neck, shoulder, and arm pain can be anything from a minor annoyance to completely debilitating. It can also be acute, which means it comes on and leaves suddenly, or chronic, referring to an ongoing condition with little relief. This type of pain doesn’t always have an obvious cause. That is because pain in one area doesn’t necessarily mean that is where the problem originated. Understanding how the brain controls the nerve pathways leading to the neck, shoulders, and arms is essential to identify the cause of the pain and find a solution to treat it. How the Brain Communicates with the Nervous System Billions of nerves connect the neck, shoulders,.
For many patients new to the concept of acupuncture, the idea of getting dozens of needles stuck into one’s body seems less than appealing. However, such trepidation quickly dissipates as newcomers to acupuncture realize that the treatment is virtually painless. Additionally, there are so many tremendous benefits of acupuncture treatment. Upon review, the statistics on acupuncture are quite impressive. For example, did you know… The World Health Organization recognizes acupuncture as an effective means of treating 28 different health conditions? 84% of patients suffering from auto accident-related whiplash report improvement in symptoms after acupuncture treatment? 70% of women with mild to moderate depression reported improvement in their condition after receiving.