Sarah Hammer Stevens, LAc (yes, Sarah's name changed because she was recently married on a snowy June day earlier this summer!) was recently a featured guest on the PDX Small Business Network Podcast. Click the play button below to hear about Sarah's first time with acupuncture (and why she thought it wouldn't work), how acupuncture can help all sorts of ailments and why To The Point PDX is the best acupuncture clinic in Portland for skeptics.
Looking for acupuncture in Portland? To The Point PDX is proud to announce to be sharing space with Lula Health Center at 1821 SE 7th Ave in Portland beginning September 1.
What this means for you? To The Point PDX is now offering acupuncture in Portland for extended hours (including Saturday appointments!), FREE street parking and same building access to the Chiropractors and Massage therapists at Lula Health Center!
To The Point PDX will continue to be the go-to clinic for acupuncture for runners, pain management and sports medicine injuries. We're the acupuncture clinic for skeptics.
Sarah Hammer Stevens, LAc - Chief Acupuncturist at To The Point PDX - is one of 25 renowned running-speciality physicians that will be lending their experience to help you diagnose and treat any running injury you are currently dealing with (or might in the future) and helping you understand exactly how to stay health, even as you increase your training.
The Runners Connect Injury Summit takes place online August 17th-August 20th.
The best part?
To The Point PDX patients and friends have free tickets to the event.
This exclusive online event is broken down into 3 easy-to-follow sections to help you succeed faster.
In the first phase, the experts will help you treat your injuries. Each therapist is considered the world leader in the specific injury they are lecturing about and they are going to teach you exactly how to diagnose, give you the exact rehab plan that will work and give you a plan to return to running. We're going to do this for every common running injury.
The second phase will cover the science behind common modalities when it comes to recovery and preventing injuries. This includes when and what type of stretching to do, when and when not to heat or ice, and if you should be adding massage, acupuncture (this is Sarah's section!) chiropractic and other modalities to your training.
The third day will walk you through exactly how to use strength training and gait modifications to make sure you stay healthy and avoid injuries even as you increase your training load.
With the Portland Marathon and Hood to Coast coming up fast, be preapred to make your next race a PR.