Acupuncture is a comprehensive natural health care system that has been used in Asian countries for thousands of years to preserve health, diagnose, treat & prevent illness.  Sports Medicine Acupuncture incorporates principles from Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Sports Medicine to view the patient’s injury from a truly integrated perspective.

By inserting very fine needles into specific acupuncture points, we can influence the physiological functioning of the body.  Stimulation of these points activates the natural, self-healing abilities of the body.  We want to create the very best conditions for you to thrive!

Benefits of Acupuncture at PSM:

  • Integrates treatment protocol with your Physical Therapist at PSM
  • Combines the best of East and West Sports Medicine modalities
  • Reduces pain so that you get max benefit from your active rehabilitation
  • Reduces muscle spasm and increases joint range of motion to help speed recovery
  • Decreases healing time by improving the blood supply to the affected area and assisting with the removal of body waste products causing swelling
  • Restores “muscle balance” and allows injured or worn down areas to heal, while providing enhanced function to areas that were already working well
  • Facilitates integration of the individual with internal and external support systems to promote well-being
  • Injuries related to sport, repetitive stress, or work
  • Pain in neck, low back, knees, or shoulders
  • Sprains and strains
  • Muscle spasm and dysfunction
  • Syndromes such as tendonitis, sciatica, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, and carpel tunnel
  • Post-operative pain, weakness or delayed recovery

Initial Consultation, Examination and Treatment (75-90 minutes)      $150
Follow-Up Treatment (50-60 Minutes)                                             $110
Herbs and Supplements as appropriate                Varies, typically $6-$40

To Schedule:
If you have questions before getting started with Acupuncture or want to schedule an appointment, contact Vita Yee at or 415.857.1964.

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