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Acupuncture is the insertion of thin needles as fine as a human hair into specific acupuncture or neuro-anatomical points of the body to achieve a therapeutic response. For your health and safety only sterile, single use, disposable needles are used at Acupuncture Regina.

HealthWorks Acupuncture Regina has both massage therapists and a physiotherapist certified and trained in both the McMaster Medical Acupuncture Program and the Acupuncture Canada (AFCI) program. We have been serving Regina and the Regina area since 2004.

HealthWorks is also the first acupuncture clinic in Regina and in all of Western Canada to have massage therapists trained in medical acupuncture.

What to expect from Acupuncture Regina?

At HealthWorks Acupuncture Regina, your treatment will consist of a thorough initial assessment to determine if acupuncture would be a suitable treatment technique to assist in the recovery of your condition. A series of subsequent treatments will be tailored to your specific needs.

Acupuncture Regina provides treatment mainly for neuromuscular and musculoskeletal conditions. The World Health Organization has identified acupuncture to be beneficial for: arthritis, chronic and acute pain, headaches, neck and back pain, neuralgia, frozen shoulder, tennis or golfers elbow, tendonitis, sciatica, addictions, insomnia and many others.

Book an appointment for your treatment at HealthWorks Acupuncture Regina or call 306-525-0007.

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Treatment Fees

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Initial Treatment

$85.00
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Subsequent Treatment

$75.00
Smoking Cessation - HealthWorks Regina

Smoking Cessation
(3 treatment series)

$300

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FAQs

HOW ACUPUNCTURE WORKS &
WHAT IT TREATS

Sports acupuncture can be an effective alternative treatment for managing the pain and swelling of soft tissue injuries, such as torn ligaments. As well as bringing fresh blood and nutrients to the site of the injury to promote healing, acupuncture can release endorphins to relieve pain, and speed up your recovery.

Learn more about how acupuncture can help sports injuries.

To get the most from your sports acupuncture treatment you should avoid physical exercise for that day. Give your body the time it needs to rest, rebalance and heal.

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Sports acupuncture treatment starts with a general functional assessment and a more detailed assessment of the injured or problem area. One of the major problems the assessment is trying to uncover is muscular inhibition. Musculature that is found to be inhibited is treated with specialized electroacupuncture to restore full muscle function. Nerve supply is also stimulated, including spinal nerves. Soft tissue techniques such as myofascial and Graston style treatments are also incorporated for areas of muscular tightness, spasm or dysfunction.

Ken Ansell is one of only a few practitioners in Western Canada offering specialized sports acupuncture in Regina and regularly has patients travel from other cities and Provinces to receive this acupuncture treatment.

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There are several different types of vertigo, one of the most common is called Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV. It is a condition where small crystalline particles develop inside the inner ear.

Once an assessment and determination of BPPV is made, generally the condition can be resolved within a couple of treatments. Typical BPPV treatment at HealthWorks consists of using a modified Epley maneuver where the person is taken through a series of head positions to flush the particles out of the ear canal. Acupuncture can be used after the maneuver to target the vestibular system.

Learn more about acupuncture for vertigo and how it helps

We care about your overall health and for that reason we offer an Acupuncture Smoking Cessation Program. This acupuncture for smoking program is highly successful and can be used alone or in conjunction with other stop smoking aids you may be already taking, such as the patch, gum, or prescriptions. Healthworks’ acupuncture to quit smoking program can be successful in as little as three treatments.

Learn more about our Acupuncture Smoking Cessation Program.

Research has shown that a series of acupuncture treatments may help those who suffer from chronic shoulder and back pain. Acupuncture stimulates parts of the nervous system which triggers opioid-like chemicals, and releases endorphins and neurotransmitters that shut off pain.

Learn more about how acupuncture can help shoulder pain.

If you are looking for a non-medicinal, opioid-free approach to headache treatment, HealthWorks Acupuncture Regina offers acupuncture for headaches and migraines which can be beneficial for relieving pain. Massage therapy may also help.

According to the Mayo Clinic, “imbalances in brain chemicals – including serotonin, which helps regulate pain in your nervous system – also may be involved. Serotonin and other related chemical levels drop during migraine attacks. This may cause your trigeminal nerve to release substances called neuropeptides, which travel to your brain’s outer covering (meninges). The result is migraine pain.” Acupuncture treatments have been shown in many studies to affect the levels of neurotransmitters, neuropeptides and endorphins, including serotonin, which may be why acupuncture for headaches tends to also provide significant improvement to patients with migraines.

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Acupuncture therapy helps relieve sciatica pain and keeps it from coming back. Acupuncture for sciatica pain relief works by stimulating the central nervous system, which, in turn, triggers the release of serotonin and other brain chemicals that alter the experience of pain and speed nerve repair. This also aids in reducing inflammation, improving muscle stiffness and joint mobility by increasing the local circulation of the blood in the smallest blood vessels, which also aids in lowering swelling.

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Over 12,000 treatments performed with ZERO cases of Covid-19 transmission.

UPDATE: the Saskatchewan Health Authority is requiring masking and Covid-19 screening to remain in effect for their facilities. The following measures will remain in effect at HealthWorks:

  1. Patients will continue to be screened for Covid-19 as a part of the appointment process.
  2. Masks are mandatory. All staff and patients are required to wear masks at all times.
  3. Staff will continue to wear approved medical masks.
  4. If you feel ANY Covid-19 symptoms or are sick in any way, please contact the clinic at 306-525-0007 BEFORE your attend the clinic for your treatment.
  5. We ask that patients attend their treatment alone, or with one support person if needed, to reduce the number of people in the clinic at a given time.
  6. We will continue enhanced sanitization and disinfection protocols. All contact surfaces are sanitized before and after your treatment.
  7. We will continue physical distancing to maintain your health and safety.
  8. We ask that new patients complete their initial paperwork online prior to arriving for you appointment.
  9. If you are a returning patient, please do not arrive more than a few minutes early.
  10. Hand sanitizing will continue.
  11. We prefer touchless payment options, including direct billing to your insurance providers where possible.

We look forward to seeing you soon. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 306-525-0007.

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