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What can I expect on my first visit?
We will take a health history that will focus on discussing aspects of the injury presented and include physical palpation, take pulse, and other diagnostic methods.
The acupuncture treatment is typically a relaxing experience. For chronic conditions which include pain, the needle may be attached to a very mild, comfortable electrical stimulation.
Once the needles have been inserted you rest on a comfortable table. Many injuries include both primary injuries and compensation injuries. It is very common to rest with needles for 20 to 30 minutes in a supine position and for 20 minutes in a prone position.
While needled, several body systems respond to the presence of needles. Needles promote muscular system healing as endorphin and human growth hormone are up-leveled, blood vessels relax, and the nervous system is stabilized. Properly placed needles used in conjunction with electro-stimulation are shown to dramatically reduce the healing time resulting from a broken bone.
In order to move you more rapidly toward your goals, we may recommend specific supplements, exercise, and/or dietary changes for your consideration.
Larry will discuss possible treatment plans to address your unique situation. Chronic injuries may require a series of treatments to address the multiple muscular systems involved.
Appointments are scheduled by telephone, text, or email. Office hours are generally conducted 9:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. Scheduling flexibility is required around your practitioners’ participation in athletic events including marathon and triathlon.
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New Client Forms
Montana Sports Acupuncture offers our client forms online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office before you even arrive for your acupuncture appointment.
You have the option of downloading the forms, printing them, and bringing the completed forms to the office or, if you’d rather, receiving the forms and completing them at your first visit.