Acupuncture with Arizona Pain Specialists
Serving Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Glendale, Tempe, Gilbert, and surrounding areas.
Arizona Pain Specialists welcomes Certified Acupuncturists at all locations including Dr. Chance Moore (Scottsdale) , Dr. Tiffany Moat (Glendale), and Dr. Nicole Kibler (Chandler). New patient appointments may be scheduled at (602) 507-6550.
These Acupuncture providers are passionate about acupuncture and its proven pain management benefits.
Dr. Chance Moore is a Chiropractor in Phoenix and Scottsdale with Arizona Pain Specialists. He is a Board Certified specialist in Acupuncture Scottsdale and Physiotherapy. As an acupuncturist, Dr. Moore uses this Chinese Medicine technique to reduce pain and anxiety in patients.
Dr. Tiffany Moat provides acupuncture Glendale AZ services along with being a Top Notch chiropractor Glendale AZ.
She firmly believes in the benefits acupuncture provides to her patients in conjunction with the other services provided including chiropractic, spinal decompression therapy, and physiotherapy.
Dr. Nicole Kibler provides acupuncture Chandler AZ services to the southeast Valley including treating patients from Mesa, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Tempe, and Ahwatukee.
Along with the Active Release chiropractic techniques and spinal decompression therapy offered, she believes in and practices the Chinese medicine derived acupuncture to alleviate pain in her patients.
These Acupuncture doctors are currently accepting New Patients in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, and Chandler. Call (602) 507-6550 to schedule your Appointment TODAY!
What is acupuncture and what can it treat?
Acupuncture is an ancient form of medicine from China that has been used for thousands of years. Originally utilizing an ancient diagnostic system based on Qi (pronounced “chi”), modern research has shown that acupuncture Phoenix treatments have a significant effect on the body, including reducing pain and inflammation, increasing blood flow and circulation, increasing range of motion, decreasing the side-effects of nausea-inducing medications including chemotherapy, reducing muscle spasms and promoting relaxation in people with anxiety.
In modern acupuncture Scottsdale the use of electrical stimulation is frequently combined with acupuncture for painful conditions, a technique that can treat chronic pain, pain radiating along a nerve pathway, muscle spasms, inflammation, scar-tissue pain and conditions that present with pain in multiple locations.
For the treatment of pain, a typical course of treatments would be to receive acupuncture Chandler AZ once or twice a week for two months at which point the phoenix acupuncture or Scottsdale acupuncture provider will re-assess the case.
In addition to treating pain, the World Health Organization has published the following list of over forty disorders that research has shown respond favorably to acupuncture.
What should I expect?
On the first visit to either the Scottsdale, Glendale, Chandler, or Phoenix clinic your acupuncture practitioner will do an intake on the history of the disorder to be treated and come up with a treatment strategy. The first visit can be about an hour to an hour and a half depending on the complexity of the case. Follow up visits will be about a half hour to an hour. Acupuncture will be given on the first visit and herbs will be prescribed if appropriate.
What should I do to prepare for my treatment?
Most conditions can be treated using points on the extremities, typically below the elbows on the arms or below the knees on the legs. Wearing loose fitting clothing with pant legs or sleeves that can be easily rolled up will allow the practitioner to easily access these points with acupuncture Scottsdale.
Does it hurt?
No. Acupuncture needles are hair-thin and designed to go into the body smoothly. A feeling of warmth or a little bit of pressure is a typical sensation when being needled, but it’s nothing like the jab of a hypodermic needle like you might be familiar with from getting a shot or a blood draw. Your Phoenix acupuncture specialist has worked with hundreds of patients successfully providing successful pain relief, not causing more pain!
Arizona Pain Acupuncture providers in Scottsdale, Chandler, Glendale and Phoenix are currently accepting New Patients.