Orthopedic Acupuncture

acu2An approach to healing of orthopedic problems by the use of acupuncture to help realign the muscular skeletal system, release trigger points and align the spine.

Orthopedic acupuncture blends traditional Chinese acupuncture with Japanese meridian theory and trigger point release therapy. The technique works well for soft tissue injuries and a variety of spinal disorders.

This technique blends perfectly with chiropractic manipulation and soft tissue work. It helps to erase years of structural imbalances and tight muscles. The process speeds the recovery time of traditional manipulation by itself.

The principle behind orthopedic acupuncture is achieving a balance between the muscular system and the meridian system.

Dr. Carrie has studied and practiced these techniques for many years with great success.

Does acupuncture improve the orthopedic management of chronic low back pain–a randomized, blinded, controlled trial with 3 months follow up.

Cost-effectiveness of acupuncture care as an adjunct to exercise-based physical therapy for osteoarthritis of the knee.

About Dr Carrie

Dr. Carrie Hartney has been working at the Chiropractic Care Center in Berlin, CT for over 25 years. She started working with her father Dr. Edward Hartney in the Chiropractic Care Center of Plainville. Her Father, a chiropractor for over 25 years, started the Berlin office with Dr. Carrie.

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