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Is Acupuncture safe for children?

Yes.  For younger children we rarely use needles, but instead, we apply little seeds or beads  on specific points.  Young children’s Qi runs closer to the skin’s surface so it is easier to re-balance their meridian systems via the seeds or acupressure.  Children in general have healthy constitutions and respond more quickly than adults.  Acupuncture

What can I expect in an acupuncture session?

During the first visit, we will go through a very detailed health questionnaire with you.  You can down load this “Health History Questionnaire” to fill out before your appointment time.  The questionnaire may take up to 20 minutes to fill out, so please arrive early and allow enough time before your actual first appointment time.

How does Acupuncture work?

First and foremost, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine have existed and have been used to treat ailments and disease by doctors and practitioners in the Orient for thousands of years.  Even today in China, hospitals use both western medicine and oriental medicine to treat patients. There are many theories in Western medical literature  that tried to

Does Acupuncture Hurt?

Do the needles hurt? No.  The needles we use are very fine and solid needles called filiform needles.  Unlike the needles used for injection (hypodermic needles), which are thick, hollow and meant to pierce the  skin, acupuncture needles are solid and fine. In comparison, the width of a human hair (ranges from 0.018 to 0.180


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Conveniently located on the southwest corner of Quebec and Dry Creek: Dry Creek Village 7200 E. Dry Creek Rd. Suite B102 Centennial, CO 80112 Tel: 720-675-8388 email: Directions from C470: Take Quebec North and turn into our parking lot left just before you get to Dry Creek traffic light. Directions from I-25: Take Dry


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