Acupuncturist Rachel Pearce works with all kinds of pain. She specializes in the neck, shoulder, spine, low back, and hip regions. Damage in these areas can cause pain, numbness, and tingling in other areas such as the arms, hands, legs, feet, and head. Rachel loves to work with Millcreek residents and takes the time to assess each patient individually and develops a treatment plan unique to their pain and symptoms.
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese healing art that has helped people regain their independence, reduce pain and discomfort in many different conditions for centuries. From acute or chronic cases to sports-related injuries like fractures or sprains, we are here help you get back on track with customized treatments designed just for you.
We treat: Chronic Pain, Acute Pain, Sports Injuries, Post-Surgical Pain and Pain following a Car Accident or other Injury.
The ancient Chinese art of acupuncture is a natural and effective treatment for pain. Cupping treatments are also an excellent form of relief from headaches, muscle soreness and more. Millcreek residents come to Pain Free Acupuncture to receive cupping treatments for various types of pain, such as neck pain or lower back pain.
Millcreek acupuncture treatments use tiny needles placed on specific pressure points to release pain and discomfort. Cupping treatment is a treatment that uses suction cups applied directly to the skin in order to relieve various forms of pain. These two methods can be combined for maximum coverage, especially if you require more than one type of relief from your symptoms.
Sport injuries are a real problem for athletes from Millcreek, Utah. Often, these injuries can put an athlete out of commission and cost them their chance to play. For this reason, it is important that you take care of your sport injury and get it treated as soon as possible before the pain becomes too much to bear. Luckily, there is a great treatment option available: acupuncture! Acupuncture has been shown in many studies to be highly effective at treating acute pain resulting from sports-related injury with minimal side effects or discomfort.
The first step in getting your sport injury treated with acupuncture is actually making an appointment! Give us a call today at (801) 903-3905 or click the button below to book online.
“I went to Rachel when I was in extreme pain. I had injured my shoulder and had tried other alternative treatments at the suggestion of my friends which didn’t work. I was desperate for relief and had never tried acupuncture before. I went to Rachel for a treatment and after an hour, my shoulder pain was completely gone. It was amazing and and I am forever grateful!”
After earning her master’s degree in Oriental Medicine from OCOM, Rachel continued her acupuncture training in China and Nepal where she was able to practice what she had learned. Living and learning in China and Nepal expanded both knowledge as well as gave her a deeper understanding of the healing process for those who suffer from all types of pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, and sports-related injuries. Learn more about Rachel Pearce.