Acupuncture Treatment for PTSD, Chronic Pain and any other Health Challenge Faced by a Military Veteran
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for PTSD & Military Veterans
Acupuncture for PTSD and many other health complaints is now a covered benefit for Veterans of the US Armed Forces!
How to Recieve Your Acupuncture Benefit
To receive your Acupuncture benefit, and become a patient of Dr. David Blake Jones, DACM, LAc, there are three easy steps you must take:
Register to receive a benefit from the VA. You can do that by calling 1 (877) 222 8387. They will help get you registered over the phone.
Let your VA doctor know you wish to be referred to David Blake Jones, L.Ac., D.A.C.M., to receive Acupuncture for your particular health complaint. You will provide this doctor at the VA with Dr. Jones’s, at Atlanta Restorative Acupuncture, contact information (see bottom of page). You can schedule that appointment by calling (404) 329 -2222 AFTER you get registered as I explained in step 1.
The VA or the company that manages the VA benefit (Triwest till May of 2020) will then contact David Blake Jones, DACM, LAc, to verify that he can see you and accept VA payment. Then you and Dr. Jones can decide the best times for you to come in for care.
Free Primordial Sound Meditation Classes for Military Veterans
Dr. Jones of Atlanta Restorative Acupuncture is now offering Free Primordial Sound Meditation classes to all Veterans. Ask for more information.
Did You Know?
Did You Know? Acupuncture can Improve Your Squat Form
Everyone knows or has heard that Acupuncture relieves pain. However, did you know it can enhance performance in the gym? One example is the positive effect of a specific type of Acupuncture (motor point Acupuncture) on ankle mobility and hence, squat form. How does this kind of Acupuncture improve ankle mobility? If the plantar flexor muscles in the calf are tight, and/or the dorsiflexor calf muscles are weak, then a person will have great difficulty with dorsiflexion of the foot, which is critical to proper ankle mobility during a squat. Motor point Acupuncture provides non-noxious stimulation to muscles, releasing tight muscles and activating weak ones. In brief, motor point Acupuncture restores balance to muscles and restores proper function. This Acupuncture technique thus is a great asset to anyone in the gym who wants to improve their ability to perform a squat with a safe, productive form.
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NCCAOM National Board-Certified Acupuncturist™