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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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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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New health alert over antidepressants as study finds a ‘rare but serious’ risk of suicide for patients on pills
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7176689/New-study-finds-rare-risk-suicide-patients-antidepressants.html Taking antidepressants raises the risk of suicide, a study suggests. Experts last night warned that patients should be told of the dangers before they start taking the pills. The research found depressed people on the drugs were more than twice as likely to attempt suicide as similar patients who were not taking them. +4 Some
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Restoring your health through acupuncture requires an investment of both your time and money, and is truly one of the best investments you can make for yourself.
The plain answer is that we do not know, but we do have some hypotheses. What it is clear is that sleeping and the brain are very closely related, so this question belongs to the field of neuroscience.
THE MIND’S MIRROR A new type of neuron–called a mirror neuron–could help explain how we learn through mimicry and why we empathize with others. By LEA WINERMAN Monitor Staff October 2005, Vol 36, No. 9 Print version: page 48 You’re walking through a park when out of nowhere, the man in front of you gets smacked
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If you’re like most people, before buying eggs at the grocery store you open the carton to check for broken shells.
Over the last few decades, research had been conducted seeking to explain how acupuncture works and what it can and cannot treat.
(CNN)Scientists have long found a possible link between anticholinergic drugs and an increased risk of dementia.A study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday suggests that the link is strongest for certain classes of anticholinergic drugs — particularly antidepressants such as paroxetine or amitriptyline, bladder antimuscarinics such as oxybutynin or tolterodine, antipsychotics such as chlorpromazine or olanzapine
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