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How can acupuncture help with weight loss?

• Ease the stress that may cause you to overeat
• Help correct hormonal imbalance that may be impeding weight loss
• Strengthen liver function to help digestion and breaking down of fats
• Cleanse toxins from the body
• Ease pain and stiffness for more free movement and exercise

If you recently purchased a daily deal.....What do I get?

You will receive initial consult plus Two Weight Loss Acupuncture Treatments

Will I need more treatments after the first two?

The number of treatments will vary based on several factors such as amount of weight you would like to lose, your current eating and exercise habits, your willingness to follow the recommended plan of care, and your overall state of health.

Call for your Personal Consultation!  303-730-3177

What is Acupuncture and What can be Treated?

Acupuncture is a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) technique over 3000 years old. It involves the insertion of very fine sterile, disposable needles at specific points in the body to work with the Qi (Chinese term for energy or life force). This is generally painless and without side effects. Patients find the treatments deeply relaxing and nourishing.


Back Pain │ Neck Pain │ Tennis Elbow │ Sciatica │ Headache / Migraines │ Sprains & Strains │ Carpal Tunnel │ Fibromyalgia │ Arthritis │ TMJ


Cold & Flu │ Coughing │ Bronchitis │ Chest Pain │ Asthma │ Smoking Cessation


Excessive Appetite │ Gas Bloating │ Abdominal Pain │ Belching │ Heartburn │ Constipation │ Diarrhea  │ IBS


Anxiety │ Stress │ Depression │ Irritability │ Insomnia │ Loneliness │ Sadness 


Irregular Menstruation │ PMS │ Menstrual Cramps │ Fibroids/Cysts Endometriosis │ Infertility  │ Morning Sickness │ Induce Labor │ Postpartum Depression │ Menopause


Suppress Appetite │ Digestive │ Speed Metabolism │Curb Cravings

What is Community Style Acupuncture?

You will receive a relaxing treatment in one of our comfortable recliners from our licensed Denver acupuncturist!  Tables are also available and will be used when requested or needed.

What is Qi (Chi)?

Qi is the most basic substance of which the world is comprised. Everything in the universe results from the movements and changes of Qi. It is the motive force in all living beings. Qi flows throughout the human body via acupuncture meridians or channels. An acupuncturist creates change in the body by gently inserting acupuncture needles into acupuncture points located along the meridians. These points are gateways to access the Qi in the body.

Why Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)?

Traditional Chinese Medicine does not separate the human body into its individual parts. It is a holistic approach to health care understanding that all parts of the body are interrelated. If there is an excess in one area there will likely be a deficiency in another and vice versa. The aim of TCM is to balance the flow of Qi in the body. When a healthy balance of Qi is attained in a problem area, not only will it relieve discomfort in that particular area, but it will be reflected in other areas, as well. For this reason many patients find that not only does their main symptom get better, but their overall health improves, as well. Frequently patients report added “side benefits” of improved digestive function, better sleep and greater levels of energy.

How does QI (Chi) become unbalanced or blocked?

Factors which can adversely affect the flow of Qi in the body include: Poor nutrition: overeating, eating too little, consuming excessive amounts of sugar and salt, too much meat and not enough vegetables; toxic air or water; physical inactivity; any injury; malfunction of an organ; infectious or contagious diseases; excessive exposure to environmental conditions: wind, damp, cold, heat, etc.; worry, anxiety, stress or any emotion taken to extremes.