67-Year-Old Woman with Swollen Knee Finds Fast Relief with Traditional Korean Saam Acupuncture
We don’t need many acupuncture needles to make treatments effective. Last week, I treated a 67-year-old woman with a swollen and painful right knee. She had seen doctors and gotten X-rays, but everything came back normal. Her pain was so severe that even a slight touch on the area caused extreme pain. Rolling up her pants to examine the knee became unbearable for her. She came to the clinic using a cane and had to miss work for a couple of weeks. There were no reported injuries, and she claimed the pain started a day after some walking.
In traditional Asian medicine, this type of pain is called “white tiger wind,” referencing the intensity of the pain, likened to a white tiger bite. Returning two days later without the cane, she reported being able to work again, despite her job requiring her to be on her feet for eight hours daily. Examination showed the swelling in her knee had completely subsided. I used only four needles following the “white tiger wind” protocol in traditional Korean Saam acupuncture.
Our holistic acupuncture and herbal medicine wellness clinic is conveniently located on Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, just east of OR 217. This makes it easily accessible from Beaverton, Aloha, Hillsboro, Tigard, Lake Oswego, Northwest and Southwest Portland. We offer on-site parking, a handicap-accessible entrance and restroom, and treatment rooms on the ground floor for everyone’s convenience. To ensure availability, we recommend calling us at (503) 404-4567 for a same-day appointment or booking online in advance.