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Chien’s Acupuncture Clinic

Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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At Chien’s Acupuncture Clinic, patients from all parts of the Colorado Springs Metro region come for acupuncture and other traditional Chinese therapies. With his acupunctural services, Calvin Chien can address a broad array of ailments, from carpal tunnel syndrome to anxiety and even Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). A Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Chien has received certification from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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Chinese Acupuncture Clinic

Colorado Springs, CO 80904
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Chinese Acupuncture Clinic is the Colorado Springs practice of Na Zhai, a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist. Na Zhai is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and she is a member of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. In addition to acupuncture and facial rejuvenation, Na Zhai performs acupressure therapy, whereby she uses her hands and fingers to stimulate the same pressure points that acupuncture targets.

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Eastern Sun TCM Acupuncture

Colorado Springs, CO 80917
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The owner of Eastern Sun TCM Acupuncture, Tricia L. Mattson, is a licensed acupuncturist with extensive experience treating Colorado Springs Metro area patients. In addition to acupuncture, Ms. Mattson performs herbal medicine, electro-acupuncture, acupressure, moxibustion, cupping, Tui Na bodywork therapy, and other Oriental medicinal procedures. Ms. Mattson has received certification from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Eastern Sun TCM Acupuncture offers three treatment plans, ranging from $25 for the least expensive to $77 for the full-service wellness package.

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Empowerment Unlimited

Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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Empowerment Unlimited is the private practice of Colorado Springs acupuncturist Pam Thomas. Ms. Thomas, who used to serve as an officer in the Department of Homeland Security, is currently a doctoral candidate at the Maryland University of Integrated Health. She is on track to graduate in 2017. Given her law enforcement background, Pam Thomas is uniquely qualified to provide acupunctural therapy to first responders and members of the military.

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Generations Acupuncture

Colorado Springs, CO 80906
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Patients visiting Generations Acupuncture can receive a variety of alternative medicinal therapies. Licensed acupuncturist Karen Moreland therapies to children as well as adults, with the children’s version involving brushes and gentle herbs rather than needles. Ms. Moreland is a former veterinary technician who now bears a Reiki Master certification as well as a Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine.

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Manitou Springs Clinic of Acupuncture

Colorado Springs, CO 80829
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Manitou Springs Clinic of Acupuncture, a Colorado Springs-based wellness center with a variety of Traditional Chinese Medicine options, has a selection of services that includes dry needling, the Graston Technique, and cupping. Owner Randall Johnson performs Seitai Shinpo, a style of acupuncture that also incorporates moxibustion, in conjunction with Sotal Ho movement therapy.

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Massage Fitness, LLC

Colorado Springs, CO 80906
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Although best known as an orthopedic and sports massage service, Massage Fitness, LLC also provides Colorado Springs Metro patients with acupunctural therapy. Sandra Lenox, the practice’s acupuncturist, earned her Master’s of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She studied Orthopedic Acupuncture as an intern at the UC San Diego Recreation, Intramural, and Athletic Complex (RIMAC) Sports Medicine facility.

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Nawei’s Acupuncture Clinic

Colorado Springs, CO 80904
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In 1999, Colorado Springs acupuncturist Dr. Jiang Nawai founded Nawei’s Acupuncture Clinic. Dr. Nawai has more than three decades of professional experience. She received an M.D. in gynecology in China before undergoing a three-year doctoral acupuncture program at the Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She came to the United States in October of 1998, and shortly after that set up shop as an acupuncturist in Colorado Springs. Dr. Nawei is a board-certified practitioner, with certification from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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Peaceful Points Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs

Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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At Peaceful Points Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs, licensed acupuncturist Shelley Greene treats patients from the greater Colorado Springs community with a variety of ailments. Ms. Greene, who earned a Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College, performs cupping, auricular therapy, electrical stimulation therapy, and nutritional counseling.

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Point Balance Acupuncture LLC

3475 Briargate Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
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Point Balance Acupuncture LLC is a clinic located in Colorado Springs. The professionals from this business offer acupuncture to help with stress, stroke rehabilitation, glaucoma, fertility issues, and other conditions. Other services include cupping, injection therapies, and dry needling. Owner and clinic director Dr. Kathleen Blazek is proficient in electro-medicine for natural integrated injection therapies and neuromuscular pain. She is also educated in Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and basic first aid.

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Powers Acupuncture Clinic

Colorado Springs, CO 80922
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At Powers Acupuncture Clinic, Dr. Eva Ai provides Colorado Springs area residents with acupuncture and other Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) techniques. Dr. Ai received her Ph.D. from the Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, before entering into private practice in 2002. She has a Diploma in Oriental Medicine from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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Rona's Acupuncture Clinic

Colorado Springs, CO 80919
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Ronghua “Rona” Bian, an experienced practitioner of Chinese healing techniques, serves Colorado Springs Metro patients from Rona's Acupuncture Clinic. After receiving her doctorate from the Tianjin College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Bian worked for 17 years at HeDong Traditional Chinese Medical Hospital. She has written scholarly articles for Tianjin Traditional Chinese Medicine, a Chinese publication, as well as the Practical Traditional Medicine Journal.

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Springs Community Acupuncture

Colorado Springs, CO 80904
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Springs Community Acupuncture, in the Old Colorado City area, is a clinic serving patients from throughout the Colorado Springs Metro region. Hanna Beachy and Tanner Fritschka are licensed acupuncturists with certifications from the National Certification Committee for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. According to patients, Ms. Beachy and Mr. Fritschka excel at customer service as well as acupuncture and related alternative medicinal techniques.

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Tai Ji Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture

Colorado Springs, CO 80920
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Tai Ji Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture, which opened in Colorado Springs upward of 20 years ago, provides Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to patients from the city and its suburbs. Ms. Jane Hilton and Ms. Petra Davis, licensed massage therapists and estheticians, are experienced in performing acupuncture and related techniques, such as moxibustion, cupping, and herbal therapy.

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Twin Tigers Acupuncture & Weight Loss

Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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Twin Tigers Acupuncture & Weight Loss, a Colorado Springs alternative medicinal clinic, uses Traditional Chinese Medicine methods to help patients lose weight. In addition to acupuncture, Jennifer M. Mansur performs acupressure, auriculotherapy, cupping, Kinesio taping, and essential oils therapy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do acupuncturists need to be licensed to practice acupuncture?

A: Washington D.C. and 47 states require some type of licensing to perform acupuncture. South Dakota, Oklahoma, and Alabama don’t regulate acupuncturists. Elsewhere, credentialing requirements and standards vary. Most states with acupuncture legal oversight require National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) exams or certification in compliance with the Acupuncture Practice Act. California has its own licensing exam.

Q: What needles are used in acupuncture?

A: Metal filiform needles are the type commonly used for acupuncture today. These sterile, stainless-steel thread-like needles are available in varying diameters and lengths. The typical gauges range from 0.12 mm to 0.35 mm. Japanese acupuncture calls for thinner needles than Chinese methods. Acupuncture needles are designed for one use before disposal. Some acupuncturists use gold or silver needles.

Q: How many acupuncture appointments will you need to complete a treatment?

A: It’s best to discuss how many sessions you’ll need with your acupuncturist during your initial consultation. Most patients who seek acupuncture to help with a medical condition and related pain need several sessions. They may start treatment with one to three sessions per week for a few weeks. Once they see improvement, treatments may taper off to in-frequent maintenance sessions.

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