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How Your Legs Can Help Your Immune System

How Your Legs Can Help Your Immune System

In today’s current state of the pandemic, many people are worried if their body’s immune system is strong enough resist any viral infections. While there are many things that can be done to increase one’s immune system (click here for more information), there is one specific point that can not only help with your immune […]

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Fast Relief Acupuncture Utilizes ACP Recommended Treatment for Lower Back Pain

Fast Relief Acupuncture Utilizes ACP Recommended Treatment for Lower Back Pain

Fast Relief Acupuncture specializes in what the American College of Physicians (ACP) is calling “recommended, evidence-based, non- invasive treatment” for lower back pain. An article, published by the ACP, outlines conclusions formed by clinical studies which aimed to discover the best treatment options for acute, subacute and chronic lower back pain. The study results state […]

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How Acupuncture Improves Sports Performance

How Acupuncture Improves Sports Performance

The roster of professional athletes that use acupuncture is long and continues to grow. NFL linebacker James Harrison, Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, and professional golfer Bernhard Langer are 3 high-profile figures who have embraced acupuncture, and many professional sports teams have acupuncturists on staff to treat their players. But you don’t have to be a […]

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why choose fast relief acupuncture

Why Choose Fast Relief Acupuncture?

If you’re looking for an experienced and effective acupuncture clinic in Bergen County, NJ look no further and read on to learn why Fast Relief Acupuncture IS the place for YOU!Specialization in Sports Related InjuriesWhether you’ve obtained an injury from weightlifting, cycling, playing football, soccer, golf, tennis or running, we’ve successfully treated it all at […]

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How Electroacupuncture Inhibits Pain

How Electroacupuncture Inhibits Pain: On A Chemical Level

​The study “Mechanism of Acupuncture-Electroacupuncture on Persistent Pain” published in February 2015 shows that electroacupuncture activates the nervous system in a different way when in healthy conditions than in pain conditions. Electroacupuncture blocks pain by being able to activate several different bioactive chemicals though spinal, peripheral, and supraspinal mechanisms. These chemicals include opioids, which are […]

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