Thursday, April 26, 2012
Acupuncturist Treats 40 N.F.L. Players in 4 Cities
Acupuncture is becoming a regular staple for amateur and professional athletes of all shapes and sizes. When an injured athlete, say a runner with chronic plantar faciitis, finally finds relief from a condition that has been bothering them for years, they tend to tell a friend. By word of mouth, newspaper articles, physical therapists etc… athletes are finding that acupuncture is a drug free way of speeding recovery and getting back in the game. Whether you are suffering from inflammation, bursitis, pulls, tears or just want to increase your competitive edge, acupuncture can help heal your body, calm your mind and get you in peak condition.
The following article is about professional football players and acupuncture from the New York Times. Enjoy.
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