Is reflexology or acupuncture good for a Sartorius injury?
Kexin Bao (Rosemead, CA) on Mar 19, 2012
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Aram Akopyan (Glendale, CA) on Jan 30, 2012
Acupuncture produces great result for muscle injuries. Barring of course any physical tears in the muscle fibers. Once these are ruled out, seek an acupuncturist and discuss the options. within three to four sessions you should see marked improvement in the pain level and mobility.
Vanessa McKay (Orangeburg, NY) on Dec 30, 2011
I'm not sure about reflexology and its effectiveness with a muscle injury. I do know acupuncture could help. Acupuncture with electrical stimulation, cupping, and massage can all help with strains.
Carin Piacente (Putnam Valley, NY) on Nov 28, 2011
Massage is definitly much more indicated for any strain of a muscle.
Mark Carlson (Costa Mesa, CA) on Nov 19, 2011
Yes both together will work better than just one.