Step 1. Search for acupuncturists in your area.
Step 2. See if they list trigger point as a style.
Step 3. Ask them for their definition of “trigger point acupuncture”.
Tip: Don’t ask them by telling them, let them answer. For example, “will you please tell me what trigger point acupuncture is?”. Don’t say, “do you do the type of acupuncture where you get muscles to twitch by …”
It’s too easy for someone to say “yes” just to get you into their office.
Step 4. Ask for referrals to patients that have received trigger point acupuncture.
Step 5. Search the web for the practitioner, looking for other peoples experience of their treatment.
Rhonda B. Hogan, C.A. is a Licensed Acupuncturist (NJ & NY) who specializes in trigger point acupuncture for active people and athletes.Find her at www.AbsoluteQi.com. She holds a Masters in Acupuncture and a Bachelors of Arts in Biology (Lehigh). She has been a competitive medium distance runner, and is currently an avid hiker and yoga practitioner. Contact her to discuss your problem.