Dr. Richard, who has been working here as a chiropractor for the last 14 months, practices modern acupuncture that uses electricity to power relief for pain and injuries. He practices 2 styles:
- Electron Adapted Neuropathy
Electron Adapted Neuropathy, EAN, uses only 4 needles, along with high-voltage-low current electro acupuncture machines set at precise frequencies and pulse waves, to cause the body to produce beta-endorphins, the strongest pain killer known to mankind. This procedure can help even the toughest of chronic pain cases, with relief for a few days possible in just one treatment.
- Low Voltage Electroacupuncture
Low voltage electro acupuncture uses low voltage electro acupuncture machines to send an electric current to the site of an injury or pinched nerve, to calm the inflamed nerve and to disrupt the pain-gate so that the pain signal to the brain is disrupted and the patient feels much less pain!
Dr. Richard worked extensively in clinics in southern California to treat patients who had been injured at work or in motor vehicle accidents. He has done well over 20,000 electro-acupuncture treatments and he has brought his skill and expertise to Wicked Good Chiropractic to help as many people as he can!
If you are in any kind of pain, and have even tried every form of treatment possible with no major relief, besides from medication, then we encourage you to give the wonder of modern electro-acupuncture a try!
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Pinched Nerves
- Tennis Elbow
- Gold Elbow
- Brachial Plexus Disorder
- Sports Injuries
- Occupational Injuries
- Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- And much more!
Dr. Richard also performs acupuncture without electricity for tough to treat conditions like tinnitus, TMJ disorder and even internal issues such as anxiety and stress.
Acupuncture Treatments Prices:
- Initial Exam includes treatment – $135
- Follow up appointment – $85
- 6 Acupuncture visits – save 10%
- 12 Acupuncture visits – save 15%
- 24 Acupuncture visits – save 20%
Acupuncture benefits are covered in Network with BCBS of Massachusetts and BCBS Federal, and available with some insurance plans. Otherwise, acupuncture is not a covered service.