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Sciatica Pain

"I never truly understand the phrase "excruciating pain" until I injured my back and experienced the effects of a herniated disc, the MRI shows I have a large disc herniation in my right L4-L5 & L5-S1. Physically, I suffered from intense hip and leg pain in the middle of the night. I could not stand, walk, sit or sleep without feeling some degree of pain.

Even though I was in a physical therapy program, I needed something more to manage the pain. The high doses of Ibuprofen I was taking gave me no lasting pain relief, so I turned to acupuncture.

I felt the back and hip pain slowly melt away with each consecutive acupuncture session. The acupuncture sessions were extremely relaxing and Tao's bedside manner is calm and caring - the perfect combination for someone in near-tears pain. With Traditional Chinese Medicine my pain went away, stayed away and I feel great!"
~Heather Henry

"I am a 54 year old former executive worked in the school of social studies at Columbia University. Six years ago after I fell while I carrying a puppy on my deck at home in New York. I slipped on my wet deck and came down on my right hip and gluteal region. In addition to my hip pain, I also had fibromyalgia. I had tried on aspirin with some relief. Relafen caused insomnia and another nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug caused gastrointestinal pain. I had difficulty sleeping secondary to the pain.. I tried acupuncture initially two times a week and now has tapered down to every two weeks. I used acupuncture with electrical stimulation and oral taken Chinese patents herbs. The symptom already under controlled now. Even it occasionally flared up if I walked a lot, still could relieve pain by a little more intensive treatment."
~Sylvia Gardner

am 79 year old retired nursing home employee, has a history of arthritis for several years. An MRI shows I had spinal stenosis with degenerative arthritis in my back. I walked in a limp with a can. Both of my hip are very pain, the pain could radiates down to my leg and foot. My left side worse. I took extra strength Tylenol by DR's prescription, however, just a little help. The pain could bothered my sleeping when I turn over my body. Until the fourth acupuncture treatment, my left side sciatica pain had subsided and my right sciatica pain also much improved. I know my condition is tough and very pleased in such a short time, my pain could become manageable."
~Grace Freed

am a 48 years female, suffered from the multiple pain as the subject about three years ago. Those injuries caused by using heavy wheelbarrows of mulch. I have been treated by Doctors under different medication, however, the Naprosyn can cause me nausea and Daypro can make me bruising. I also took the Vioxx for six months and it has not been helpful. I also see a massage therapist, a myotherapist and chiropractor for musculoskeletal problems with little or no help.

Finally, thru the Dr. Conrad Weiser recommended me to try of acupuncture, I have been seen Dr. Tao, initially to have a three times a week then reduced to once a week, I have no longer migrates my low back pain to my lower leg and elbow pain with the shoulder pain relieved as well."
~Diane Mcmakin

"Thank you for making me pain free! I feel like a lady again after eight months of terrible pain."
-Vilma Merced

Main Office:
Tao's Acupuncture & Herbs Center
Chung-Hu Tao, L.AC. & L.OM.
Tel. & Fax. 610-770-6201
1251 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Suite #110A,
Allentown, PA 18103

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