Pain management

It is estimated that 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain caused by accident, disorder or disease. 25 million more have acute pain as a result from surgery or an accident. Around two-thirds of these pain sufferers have had this pain for more than 5 years!
Pain is supposed to be helpful; without it you could seriously hurt yourself and not even know it. But once pain has outlived its usefulness, acupuncture is an excellent tool to end or to manage your pain. If people have successfully used acupuncture and its techniques to address pain for more than 2000 years maybe it's time for you to consider seeing what it can do for you.

  • General Muscle Pain
  • Spasms and Cramping
  • Head Aches
  • Migraines
  • Temporomandibular Joint Pain
  • Work Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Joint Pain
  • Carpal and Tarsal Tunnel Pain
  • Premenstrual and Menstrual Pain
  • Post Menstrual Pain
  • Ovulation Pain
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (formerly called RSD)
  • Post Shingles Pain
  • Post Trauma Pain
  • Chronic and Acute Pain

Pain Occurring in:

  • Head and Face
  • Neck and Shoulders
  • Arms and Hands
  • Chest and Abdomen
  • Legs and Feet
  • Upper and Lower Back


Acupuncture can help address that pain. Ask what acupuncture, Chinese herbs and Chinese nutritional advice can do for you.

Wendy Stedeford Acupuncture • El Dorado Hills, 907 Embarcadero Drive 916.933.1221 • Folsom, 990 Riley Street 916.355.1250