Enhanced Physical Performance

Acupuncture can be a powerful tool to help athletes maintain their competitive edge. For this reason, acupuncture for enhanced performance is in demand with top-level athletes. Professional sports teams routinely have an acupuncturist as part of their sports medicine support, and for good reason.

Acupuncture assists the athlete to:

  • Sustain peak performance:

Acupuncture improves blood flow to the heart and other organs, which helps to strengthen the body, and increase endurance.

  • Maintain one’s competitive edge both mentally and physically:

Acupuncture boosts energy and promotes increased mental clarity. It promotes better sleep to help the body repair and restore itself more efficiently.

  • Improves balance and movement:

Acupuncture stimulates the nervous system to accelerate the speed of information traveling from the brain, to the nerves and muscles.

  • Faster recovery rates:

Acupuncture promotes faster healing from injuries and helps control pain.
Additionally, it can decrease spasms and swelling caused by inflammation.

The good news is that you don’t have to be a top-level athlete to benefit from acupuncture treatments for enhanced performance. Acupuncture can help anyone who desires to perform at their best, regardless of skill level. Whether you are a newcomer to fitness, a weekend warrior, or an iron man, acupuncture can help to maintain your competitive edge.

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Healing Point Acupuncture

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900 N. San Antonio Rd
Los Altos, CA 94022

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The Healing Point Acupuncture Clinic
Natalie Miner, Licensed Acupuncturist/Sports Medicine Acupuncturist
900 N. San Antonio Rd., Suite 103
Los Altos, CA 94022
Phone: (650) 646-5744

Many of our clients come from Los Altos, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Palo Alto, and Redwood City.

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