Physiopuncture

Physiopuncture combines Physical Therapy with the ancient art of Acupuncture.

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Young man I owe you a debt of gratitude beyond words. From the moment I left your office till now I have hardly needed my walking stick. I am able to climb stairs without much assistance for the first time in 4/5 years. I was so afraid of falling to sleep last night thinking that my pain-free body would return to ail me once more. Much to my surprise I was tender when I awoke this morning and since then I’ve been able to work at my desk with zero, I repeat zero pain. I am practically walking on my own strength.

Jared’s work is profoundly transformative. He works with the deepest layers of physical tissue to unravel the source of pain and dysfunction. As a former professional dancer, I have been coping for years with old injuries. Now I better understand their root cause, and it’s easier to keep my body balanced and strong. Because of  Jared’s experience with Chinese Medicine, he treats the entirety of  the system, and I feel the health of my organs improve and support  musculoskeletal healing. His treatments are relaxing and subtle, and his attention is exquisitely tuned. I highly recommend him to anyone!

Jared’s objective is to heal his patients and he (unlike many doctors today) is not motivated by creating a reoccurring and lucrative stream of patients with chronic pain. He’s also a pleasure to talk to and is incredibly informative. I’ll definitely go back for “check-ups” or if I have any future injuries or issues.

Latest Blog Posts

  • Treating Plantar Fasciitis

    Plantar Fasciitis can be one of those dreaded injuries that lingers for a long time. That does not have to be the case. The key is recognizing why the plantar fascia is being over stretched and correcting the biomechanics of the pelvis, sacrum, hips, knees and ankles to take the pressure off the plantar fascia. […]

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  • Workstation Exercises in 30 Seconds

    Most people find themselves behind a desk for multiple hours at a time. The result is tightness in the neck and shoulders. As we sit at the desk, our head starts to come forward along with our shoulders creating tension and possibly compression of the nerves as they come out of the neck. Here are some quick and easy exercises you can do to counteract the forward head and shoulders!

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  • Stretching 101

    Stretching can be a very helpful tool or it can cause more harm than good if done in an inappropriate way. I will go over some of the theories and methods of stretching, the pro’s and con’s of stretching, and my personal recommendations of how to stretch. To understand what methods work, we need to […]

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