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Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture is an effective form of medical treatment that has evolved into a complete holistic health care system. Acupuncture promotes natural healing. It is safe, painless and effective way to treat a wide variety of medical problems.
AcuGraph Digital Meridian Imaging
Ancient wisdom meets cutting-edge technology. We use digital meridian imaging to create a graph of your Qi or energy, discuss the results and develop a custom treatment plan for you.
Cancer Treatment Support
We know going through cancer treatments is tough, frustrating and basically sucks. Through acupuncture, herbs, and other modalities, we can help alleviate the side effects and bring your body back into balance.
Womens Health and Fertility
Whether your dealing with fertility issues or menopause, we will customize a treatment plan for you!
If you’re a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, do you sometimes push your body to extreme? Do you hone your skills and technique in order to become a healthier, stronger, faster and more agile athlete?
Scot founded the Veterans Acupuncture Center of Colorado, a non-profit, to treat our veterans and their families. Click picture for more information.
TOFF 4 TATAS
We are the major sponsor for the Annual TOFF 4 TATAS Golf Classic, a fund raiser for breast cancer. Click her to register and find out more information.
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How to find the best qualified acupuncturist? Ensure they are a licensed acupuncturist. (LAc) A graduate from an accredited school, such as the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine or similar school. These programs usually grant a Master’s degree upon graduation and have 2500-3000 hours of rigorous training. Received their Diplomat in Acupuncture or Oriental Medicine from National Certification
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Acupuncture Effective for Lower Back Pain!
Acupuncture provided relief and lasting benefit to nearly twice as many lower-back-pain patients as conventional pharmaceutical and exercise therapy, according to a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
Researchers divided 1,162 adults with chronic, lower back pain into three groups. One of these groups was treated with the standard drug and exercise therapy commonly used in Western medicine. A second group was treated with traditional Chinese acupuncture, with 14 to 20 needles inserted at specific, traditionally prescribed locations (“medians”) at a depth of up to 1.5 inches. A third group received sham acupuncture, with needles inserted less deeply at random spots around the pain area, with no needles inserted at the medians. […]
Now is the time of year when we want to soak in the sun. Although tempting to bathe in the warmth of our giant star, there are a few precautions to take. The skin is the largest organ of the body. It reflects our health and age. Today, there’s much concern about sun bathing leading
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Acupuncture for Neck Pain: Does It Work?
Chronic neck pain is one of the most common pain issues faced by students and office workers. Oftentimes, spending hours at a desk each day, combined with poor postural habits, is the root cause of the pain. However, for some, sports injuries, whiplash, and the wrong bed mattress or pillow can set off the pain. Regardless of what caused the neck pain to begin, many people find relief with acupuncture when seemingly nothing else helped. Scientific researchers and clinicians have been conducting clinical trials on the use of acupuncture for neck pain since the 1980’s, and most of these studies have confirmed that acupuncture is safe and effective.
One recent pilot study (published October 30, 2013 in the British Medical Journal) conducted at the Kyunghee University Medical Center in Seoul, Korea found that acupuncture three times per week was as effective as 80 mg of NSAIDs taken daily for chronic neck pain.
A meta-analysis of studies including 17,922 patients, published in Complementary & Alternative Medicine, found acupuncture to be effective for the treatment of back and neck pain, osteoarthritis, and chronic headaches. Patients receiving acupuncture had remarkably better results than patients receiving “sham” acupuncture. Those patients who had the worst baseline mental status and worst baseline pain scores also experienced the most benefit from acupuncture. […]
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UC Health: The many benefits of acupuncture in winter By: Susan Cunningham, for UCHealth December 16th, 2019 Interested in fending off a range of ailments from the common cold to the winter blues? Then you might want to consider adding acupuncture to your winter routine. Below, Kelley McDaneld, a licensed acupuncturist with UCHealth Integrative Medicine Clinic in Steamboat
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