Messina Acupuncture

Looking for an effective acupuncture treatment? Messina Acupuncture can help. Our areas of expertise include acupuncture, dry needling therapy, acupressure massage, and medical massage therapy.

Looking for effective acupuncture treatment? Messina Acupuncture can help. Our areas of expertise include acupuncture, acupressure massage, dry needling therapy, and medical massage therapy. Enjoy complete peace of mind knowing that Dan Messina is a highly skilled, experienced and licensed acupuncturist. We have treated patients who suffer from spine, joint, and muscle pain. Additionally, we can apply focused manual pressure to help individuals relieve headaches, migraines, and trigger points. Contact Messina Acupuncture & Acupressure Specialists today and learn how we can significantly reduce your pain and help you feel better. More Information: Business Email: Business Phone Number: (631) 403-0504 Hours of Operation Mondays-Thursdays 9:30am-6:30pm Fridays 12:00pm-5:30pm We are closed from 12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. daily for lunch. Services: 1.Acupuncture Stimulate nerve-rich areas and feel better quickly with minimally invasive acupuncture Acupuncture is a technique used in Chinese Medicine to treat a variety of pain conditions. This minimally invasive method uses fine, sterile needles to stimulate nerve-rich areas of the skin and muscle. Due to its efficacy and lack of side effects, acupuncture is gaining popularity as a first line treatment and alternative to more aggressive medical treatments, such as surgery and drug therapy. More than 10 million acupuncture treatments are administered each year — in the United States alone. Acupuncture’s rise in popularity can be attributed in part to its clear effectiveness for pain relief, increasing range of motion and decreasing inflammation. 2.Acupressure & Massage Restore health and balance in your body with targeted acupressure massage Acupressure is a tool used in Chinese Medicine to treat a variety of conditions, and can be thought of as acupuncture without using needles. Instead, manual pressure is applied to points on the body that are sore and tender to the touch. We call these specific points “acupressure points”. Pressure is applied to these painful areas using the fingertips, palm of the hands, knuckles, and elbow. There are hundreds of acupressure points on the body that can affect areas both locally and away from the point being pressed. This tool is most often used to relieve back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines, and neuropathies. 3.Dry Needling Treating sports-related injuries with evidence-based dry needling therapy The goal of dry needling is to loosen myofascial trigger points and knots in a muscle to relieve pain and increase range of motion in joints. These trigger points are hypersensitive areas on the muscles, ligaments and tendons that can lead to pain and stiffness after an injury. While it may sound intimidating, dry needling is a proven, effective and mild technique for those with certain musculoskeletal issues.


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