CT Family Acupuncture in Bolton Marks Successful 1st Anniversary
CT Acupuncture Specialists and Spouses Balance a Growing Practice and Family
When she was stricken with Lyme disease in college, Jill Kleiber had no idea it would completely change the course of both her professional and personal life. When doctors in Arizona didn’t recognize the symptoms of Lyme disease, it progressed to the point that Kleiber developed Bell’s palsy, partial facial paralysis. After a month of steroids, antibiotics, painkillers and specialists, a friend recommended acupuncture. After only a few treatments, the Bell’s palsy was gone and Kleiber was an acupuncture convert.
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Sunday Thoughts: Local Practice Sticks it to Pain Naturally with Opioid Antidote
Chronic pain is a truly miserable plight. A bad back, aching joints, post-operative pain — any of these conditions has the power to drain the joy out of daily life.
However, opioid pain medications have become the problem instead of the solution. Sadly, Matt Mannegia, owner of Connecticut Family Acupuncture in Bolton, speaks from devastating personal experience.
His older brother, Billy, fought and lost a long battle with heroin addiction. The entire family did their best to support and encourage his recovery. His brother fought valiantly, checking into countless detox and rehabilitation programs.
Sticking It To Pain Naturally
CT Family Acupuncture Uses Ancient Medicine as the Antidote to Modern Opioid Addiction
During National Pain Awareness Month in September, Maneggia wants people and medical professionals to shift their thinking from prescribing addictive medications to using one of the most effective natural treatments: Acupuncture.