At Training HAUS, our goal is to keep all athletes performing at their highest potential. Our acupuncture treatments are a great way to help clear physical and mental obstructions, freeing an athlete’s path to success. In addition to promoting post-injury healing and health, athletes often use acupuncture to increase endurance and stamina, aid in recovery, stimulate circulation and aid the immune system. The acupuncturists at the HAUS have specific sports acupuncture training and many years of experience effectively treating athletes of all levels, helping them return to their sport faster, stronger and better.
The HAUS offers a number of services, including:
A TCM practice of inserting fine needles through the skin at specific points. It’s often used to alleviate pain and to treat various physical, mental and emotional conditions.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
A holistic approach to healing through acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, Chinese herbs, food therapy, cupping, auricular acupuncture, tuina (massage) and guasha (scraping), to name a few.
Also known as myofascial trigger point acupuncture. It is the practice of inserting fine needles through the skin into trigger points to help relieve pain and release muscular adhesions.
A TCM therapy that creates a welcome suction along the muscles of the body to stimulate the flow of blood and energy, release toxins, relieve tight muscles and attract the body’s attention to a certain area to increase healing. Fire cups or suction cups are most often used.
A therapy modality in which needles are inserted at specific points along the body and then attached to a device that generates electric pulses. Often this is a painless way to increase the healing ability of acupuncture for neurological, muscular and joint concerns.
A sophisticated corrective movement system that is used as an assessment technique and rehabilitation for any area of pain or injury. It can find the missing link to an acute or nagging injury. Learn more »
Cranial Sacral Therapy (Craniosacral, CST)
A gentle, non-invasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The goal is to release compression and alleviate stress and pain.
Fascial-Stretch Therapy (FST)
An assisted stretching technique based on neuroscience. FST focuses on restrictions in fascia and joint capsules of the body, releasing fascial adhesions, tightness and restrictions.