Has anyone had acupuncture for lower spinal pain?

For many years. Acupuncture is commonly uses to treat many types of pain. You should see a physician to rule out any dangerous process. After that, acupuncture may be an excellent method of helping to control the symptoms.
Yes. It is frequently used for this purpose with good results. Chronic problems will require more treatments & often the response to treatment will be slower.

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Has anyone had acupuncture for lower spinal pain with good results?

Yes I do that. I have been using system called p stem, which a continuous , computerized acupuncture implanted in the ear loop for 3-4 days to treat back pain, so far I have 60 to 70% good result from it. Check that web site. Read more...
Acupuncture. Yes. I have treated this a number of times with auricular acupuncture with good results. . Read more...

Is acupuncture for lower spinal pain/si joint pain or back problems in general an effective treatment?

Yes. Acupuncture is very effective for muscular back and joint pain. Electro acupuncture is especially effective. Read more...
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