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Acupuncturists in Colorado (CO)
“I hold a master's degree in acupuncture from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland, Oregon. I am licensed in the state of Colorado and nationally certified acupuncturist thru National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). My passion is to help each individual to find their optimal health and well being. I honor each person's journey of transformation and enjoy guiding this process. I have a gentle, caring awareness that provides a safe space for one to heal. I currently practice at Community Holistic Health Center in Lafayette. You can reach me at 303-503-1019.
“I am an Oriental-Western fusion acupuncturist in your area. Why? I have an oriental brain, knowing the oriental philosophy well. I graduated from top five University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, obtained PhD in physiology and anatomy in Japan. I had extensive knowledge and experiences in western medical research for many years. The combination give me an unique opportunity to understand human body, and deliver solutions that will help people to achieve their health goal.
“Since 2011, we have provided more than 7,000 treatments, helping those with pain, chronic health concerns, migraines, sports injuries, sleep problems, autoimmune disorders, shingles, fertility concerns, menopausal symptoms, digestive problems, asthma-the list goes on! We are the only center in Longmont that specializes in the full spectrum of Chinese medicine services. With over 30 years experience, J. Hadyn Peacock, L.Ac., and Marian W. Caudron, Ph.D., provide natural, preventative healthcare solutions, as well as treat chronic and acute health conditions through acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Chinese nutritional therapy, Tai Chi & Qigong classes, and medical Qigong.
“Berkeley Community Acupuncture (BCA) is located in the heart of North Denver and the Tennyson Street Art District. Our mission at BCA is to make quality health care accessible to anyone. This is accomplished by integrating community and traditional acupuncture to create an affordable and effective treatment plan. BCA is owned and operated by two graduates of the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Scott Dorn, and Andrew Young. Both received a Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine and are Licensed Acupuncturists in the State of Colorado.
“As a licensed Practitioner of Acupuncture, I am dedicated to using my professional skills to empower you for healing from within and be the most positive change in your life. Natural Medicine is an amazing process of healing, harmony and balance for changing your life and body to create the foundation of radiant health.
“At Source Point Community Acupuncture our priority is to provide the best health care at modest rates so that each and every person may reach their health and wellness goals.
“Are you are suffering in pain, from acute or chronic musculo-skeletal, migraines, neuropathy or fibromyalgia? I can help. Menopausal hot flashes or other symptoms, suffer no more. I also specialize in non-needle techniques for treating children. Treatment of pain, chronic or acute; sports injuries, women's health issues, pediatrics, migraines, gastrointestinal problems, menopausal imbalances and facial rejuvenation are a few of the areas of emphasis in my practice. I combine acupuncture, herbs, tuina, sho ni shin, nutrition, aromatherapy and sound healing as appropriate for each patient.
“Each patient should be treated individually by taking into consideration their constitution, body type, age, what ails them, and even the time of year. Using the ancient practice and philosophy of Chinese medicine, I aim to treat the "root" of the problem, and not just the "branch," or the present symptom. In this way, the body can be treated and healed at a deeper level, fixing the core problem, and not just bandaging up superficial manifestations of the problem. My goal is to achieve and maintain balance within the body so that optimum health and happiness is possible.
“Looking for an alternative approach for your health? I am here to help. Dedicated to be an effective and compassionate practitioner, I view a patient as an energy system of a "whole", through which I apply individualized treatment by emphasizing treating the root of various symptoms. My method has proved to be extraordinarily successful.
“My ideal patients are looking for help with their aches and pains- especially lower back, neck, shoulder, knee, arthritic and foot pain. Also, I really enjoy helping people with stress and emotional issues. Lastly, digestive or gastrointestinal problems can be helped wonderfully with acupuncture and herbal formulas. These are my specialties but I can help with so many other ailments such as colds and flu, skin issues, women's issues such as PMS and fatigue.
“DaYong Hou graduated from Hei Long Jiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Harbin, China in 1989. Prior to and after completion of this program, Dr. Hou further developed his expertise by training with his father, Dr. LuSheng Hou, a well-known western and eastern doctor and leader of Acheng hospital. DaYong Hou specialized in both individualized treatment and in diagnosis in Herbs, Acupuncture, Tui Na(Chinese medical massage), Cupping, Moxa, Gua Sha, Electric needles, and traditional rehabilitation exercise.He is presently an instructor and a supervisor at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
“I began my acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine education at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) in Chicago, IL. There, I received a strong foundation in the fundamentals of Chinese medical theory, acupuncture therapy, and herbal medicine. I then transferred to Southwest Acupuncture College in order to study Kototama Inochi Medicine, a style of Japanese acupuncture focusing on pulse diagnosis, bodywork, and moxibustion therapy, with Ted Hall, L.Ac.
“My patients want to have a deeper connection and understanding with themselves and their health. I am here to facilitate the healing process - to help balance the body, stimulate the healing mechanisms, be a catalyst - you are the one doing the healing. It is your choice to want to feel better, seek a practitioner who resonates with you, and then integrate the knowledge for better health you've gained through the healing process. Whether you are seeking relief from pain - emotional, physical, or mental - or just want more balance and wellness in your life, I am here to help.
“My care is given with gentleness, empathy, and professionalism. I strive to create a treatment plan that addresses each individualís needs and may include various modalities of Oriental Medicine, my goal is to treat not only the symptoms, but also the root of illness: restoring balance is the basis of Chinese medicine. Most importantly, I listen to patients, not rushing them and working together with them to find health and wellness solutions that fit them as an individual.
“Hello, I welcome you to 7 Mountains Acupuncture & Wellness. I offer effective, compassionate, cost effective care. My treatment rates start at $45 for acupressure & shonishin ( kids especially like this! No needles! ) Acupuncture treatments start at $77, cosmetic acupuncture starts at $110. I also offer herbal formulas, Gua Sha, e-stim and acupressure instruction for your complete health care. A no charge consultation is also available. I am in my 11th year of private practice as a licensed Acupuncturist. I have also been a licensed Respiratory therapist for 21 years. I look forward to meeting you.
“I recognize that each individual is unique, and each patient requires personalized, attentive care, with the aim of resolving the underlying imbalances that are leading to states of disease. I bring my knowledge and passion for Chinese medicine and nutrition to offer individualized, effective health solutions. My practice incorporates a blend of acupuncture (and related modalities including auricular acupuncture, cupping, and Gua Sha), Chinese herbal medicine, nutrition, and lifestyle counseling to promote optimal physical and emotional health.
“Feeling anxious or highly stressed? Having trouble eating or sleeping? Having trouble getting or staying pregnant? I help first-time mothers have a calm, uneventful pregnancy. I help mothers recover during the postpartum period when the mother's body is most vulnerable and needs the most assistance. I help babies with colic, digestive dysfunction and sleep issues. I help young children with anxiety, insomnia and digestive problems. I help fathers with stress, insomnia, and sports injuries. I believe that family is the foundation of our life.
“My goal is to integrated acupuncture and Chinese medicine into my patients regular healthcare programs. My patients want to empower themselves to lead healthy lives naturally through regular treatments, diet, exercise and a very healthy life style. I treat each person individually and develop a treatment plan with very specific goals. My patients and I work together to obtain their objectives. I utilize Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities along with Digital Meridian Imaging in order to customize a treatment plan. I started my clinic over 8 years ago in order to give back and help as many people as I can.
“I am a Licensed Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist and Homeopath with a family practice in Brighton, Colorado. My education includes four years at Southwest Acupuncture College, where I earned a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine before becoming a Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc) and Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (DiplOM). While pain is the most common reason people seek acupuncture, it is also helpful for a variety of other conditions, including stress, insomnia, digestive issues, women's health, colds and flus, smoking cessation/addictions and allergies, amongst others.
“My ultimate goal in working with patients at Sunny Day Health is to alleviate suffering, and enhance a sense of wholeness. I provide compassionate, high quality health care for you and your family, using both Eastern and Western approaches to wellness. You can expect to be listened to, and treated with respect. I will do everything in my power to find the root cause of your illness and be an active partner in your journey to health. We will use homeopathy, herbs (Western & Chinese) nutritional supplements and lifestyle counseling to reach your treatment goals. I enjoy working with complicated cases.
Acupuncture in Colorado (CO) - is it right for me?
Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. Colorado (CO) acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.
Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into a number of trigger points on your body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.
'Accupuncture' and 'Accupuncturist' are common mis-spellings.
Credentials for Colorado (CO) licensed acupuncturists?
A licensed acupuncturist in Colorado (CO) needs a minimum of two years college education and must complete three years of professional training and pass the State's approved licensing examination. The three year program includes both theory and hands-on clinical practice. Most States' professional training programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).