Acupuncture for Office Workers

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The World Health Organization and the National Institute of Health have both recommended acupuncture for a variety of common chronic and acute health issues for which it has shown to be an effective treatment in clinical trials. For a comprehensive list please visit the report Acupuncture: Review and Analysis of Reports on Controlled Clinical Trials.

Acupuncture is a cost-effective and extremely safe modality, with a very low incidence of minor adverse effects, and is growing in popularity – currently over 60 US hospitals, major medical centers and research institutions offer patients acupuncture by Licensed Acupuncturists.

The following chief health complaints commonly experienced by office workers can be treated effectively with regular acupuncture:


·      Migraines[1]

·      Carpal Tunnel[2]

·      Low Back Pain[3]

·      Neck Pain[4]

·      Stress/Anxiety[5]


[1] Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2015 Apr 28 Acupuncture for Frequent Migraine: A Randomized, Patient/Assessor Blinded, Controlled Trial with One-Year Follow-Up.Wang Y1, Xue CC1, Helme R2, Da Costa C3, Zheng Z1.

[2] J Res Med Sci. 2012 Jan;17(1):1-7. Acupuncture in treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome: A randomized controlled trial study Khosrawi S1, Moghtaderi AHaghighat S.

[3] Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2010 Oct;92(7):595-8. 2010 Jun 7. Acupuncture therapy for chronic lower back pain: a systematic review. Trigkilidas D1.

[4] Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2016 May 4 Acupuncture for neck disorders.Trinh K1, Graham NIrnich DCameron IDForget M.

[5] Adv Exp Med Biol. 2016;876:297-302. Effects of Acupuncture on Anxiety Levels and Prefrontal Cortex Activity Measured by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: A Pilot Study. Sakatani K1,2, Fujii M3, Takemura N4, Hirayama T5.