Little needles help BIG problems

AcupuncturePerformance, Endurance & Vitality
As athlete or weekend warrior, do you push your body to the extreme?
In your quest to find and stay in the Zone, do you push beyond your limit?
You are dedicated and driven to bring your best to become the best in your sport. Through the hours of training and miles upon miles of practice your body becomes exhausted and depleted if there is no support. This can lead to injury that could greatly impact performance, endurance and vitality.
We use painkillers and anti-inflammatory medications to dull the aches and pains and reduce inflammation. It is a quick and easy approach, but only a temporary fix.
By covering up pain, stiffness, swelling, or aches, you may be masking a deeper problem. These are signals from your bod, telling you that something is weakened and out of balance. These warning signals are telling you to stop, rest and heal.
Acupuncture for injuries related to sports or trauma is a time-tested, safe, natural and drug-free health care system that can provide immediate relief and long lasting benefits.
Acupuncture Sports Medicine can provide a competitive edge, leading to improved performance. It is also a viable therapy in the treatment of acute sprains, stain and pains.
Treatments: Acupuncture, Cupping therapy, scar tissue, fascia release, auricular acupuncture, and Gua Sha therapy
Book today with our Acupuncturist Kat Smyth, R.Ac. Book online at www.squamishmountainmedicine.com weekend and evenings available

About Katherine Smyth

Katherine Smyth, is a registered Acupuncturist with the CTCMA, personal trainer, yoga teacher, and counselor and owner of Squamish Mountain Medicine. Squamish Mountain Medicine is an alternative medicine clinic helping people live pain free without the use of prescription drugs. Squamish Mountain Medicine provides natural health options to people of all ages, with a specialty in pain, injuries, stress, depression & anxiety, headaches, digestive issues, women’s health, fertility and pregnancy care. Kat is a proud part of the integrative team of practitioners at Reach Physiotherapy Clinic in Squamish, British Columbia. To book an appointment or for more info go to www.squamishmountainmedicine.com

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