Sports and Oriental Medicine

Swimming great Michael Phelps, NFL Pro Bowler Tony Richards, Tour de France Winner Vincenzo Nibali, and 18-time NBA All-star Kobe Bryant are just a few of the elite athletes who receive regular acupuncture, cupping and/or tuina treatments.

How can you benefit from the same level of support at your own level of fitness? Through acupuncture’s ability to:

  • Reduce inflammation, increase circulation and relax tense muscles.
  • Speed up healing of sprains, strains and soft tissue injuries such as bruises and tendonitis.
  • Naturally boost energy levels.

What about cupping and sports?

US Swimmer Michael Phelps made the headlines with cupping marks during the 2016 Olympics. Cupping involves placing a glass or plastic cup in problem areas and creating a vacuum inside the cup – suction is created on the skin surface. Stationary or massage cupping is a top modality to:

  • Remove toxins and alleviate inflammation.
  • Ease stiff  muscles, particularly when using massage cupping.
  • Promote the healing of any injury or pain, from sports or other causes.
  • Alleviate respiratory congestion.

Ask us if cupping could benefit you!

Herbs & Sports

In 1993 when the Chinese women’s track and field team broke multiple world records, the world found out that all the members consumed a special drink made from Cordyceps sinensis. The modern practice of herbal medicine, diet and supplementation can contribute to:

  • Enhanced performance in sports and daily life.
  • Faster healing and recovery for injuries such as broken bones, sprains and strains.
  • Less fatigue from strenuous workouts or over training.

Ask during your consultation about how herbs and supplements can support your active lifestyle and contribute to a balanced training regimen in any sport or activity.

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Torrance, CA  90505
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