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Qigong Health Professionals in Colorado (CO)
“Using your bodys' ability to heal itself I will assist you in returning to optimal health. I have a very gentle, usually painless, needling technique. I can prescribe customized Chinese herbal formulas and/or make dietary recommendations if you'd like. No condition is too simple or too complex. I've been in practice 20 years, love what I do, and love meeting , learning about, and helping others.
“My goal in using naturopathic medicine and acupuncture is to find the root cause of your illness. While eliminating symptoms is important, I look deeper than just your acute physical presentation. My desire in healing is to restore your body to its natural state of health, and then address prevention of future disease. I inspire personal responsibility in my patients, giving them tools to take wonderful care of themselves. Health is a life long process which changes as we grow, develop and gracefully age. I want to be part of your natural evolution, providing clarity and support along the way.
“Nak An earned his Masters of Science in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine degree from the Colorado school of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado. He also holds a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineer degree from the University of Colorado. He was certified as a Diplomat in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine by National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Herbology(NCCAOM). This includes certification in Clean needle Technique. Also, he received his Colorado license in 2005 and that no license certificate or registration has ever been suspended or revoked.
“Dr. Chen graduated from Changchun University of Chinese Medicine in 1983 with a Master's Degree in Oriental Medicine & Acupuncture. As a doctor in China she was certified in both Eastern medicine and Western medicine. She worked for 23-years at a Chinese Hospital. She has worked the last 8-years in the United States. She is a NCCAOM certified Acupuncturist and herbalist, and is licensed in Colorado.She is very experienced with all types of Chinese medical treatments, herbal medicines and acupuncture techniques. Dr. Chen enjoys helping people live a better, healthier life.
“After receiving my master degree from Colorado school of traditional Chinese medicine, I luckily got intensive training and mentorship from master scalp acupuncturist Dr. Zhu and master Chinese herbalist Dr. Zhou. Both of them passed along their decades of unique clinical experience and solid western and eastern medical knowledge to help me strengthen my profession. During the clinical practice in Colorado, I really enjoy to provide gentle care and attention with my love and compassion to help my patients survive from acute bronchitis, viral pneumonia, asthma to chronic fatigue, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, infertility, etc.
“Restore your family to health! Boulder Family Acupuncture offers affordable & effective treatment of many disorders successfully alleviated with acupuncture, including addictions, allergies, digestive & respiratory disorders, infertility, musculoskeletal pain, neurological conditions, and psychological & emotional issues. My background includes special training in treating prenatal & pediatric issues, sports injuries, and OBGyn concerns. I also specialize in pain relief and pain management utilizing the incredibly effective Balance Method of Richard Tan. When treating children, I use a special technique called "Shonishin," a gentle, painless form of acupuncture without needles. I also use Chinese therapeutic massage and herbal medicine with children and adults alike.
“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.
“I am committed to providing my patients with the highest standard of care based on an attitude of gentleness, warmth, professionalism, and respect. By creating a treatment plan that addresses each individual's needs and includes various modalities of Oriental Medicine, I strive to treat not only the symptom, but also the root of illness. Our clinic is dedicated to women's health and fertility enhancement and we have intensive training and experience in this specialty.
“Healing begins inside you. A doctor is a therapist and also an educator. A patient is a student and also a self-healer. Healing is teamwork and is not dependent on only one party. Patients who have failed using other therapies, and now are interested in alternative medicine. However, Chinese medicine is never an alternative. It is an ancient medicine that views the human body and illness from a different perspective. You may have had experiences before where you are not able to solve a problem but you suddenly found your solution by looking at it from a different angle.
“While my primary modes of treatment are Japanese acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, I employ a multi-faceted approach. I find that patients often come to me with a specific complaint, perhaps a bleeding disorder, without realizing that it is one symptom of a set of interconnected health deficits. Over the course of treatment, patients find that along with their primary health concern, other issues, such as problems with digestion or night-time urination, have improved as well. My 90-minute treatments (front and back side) are the most thorough you are likely to receive. PAINLESS JAPANESE NEEDLING STYLE!
“Munkhtuvshin Tumurbaatar L.Ac helps people to become whole in body,mind soul and spirit.Her treatment plans are carefully drafted and discussed with each patient and addresses individual needs for both acute and chronic conditions.
“Since 2011, we have provided more than 6,000 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.
“ELEMENTAL HEALING is a Wholistic approach to health and vitality! The ability to focus on the unique nature of each client and to address underlying energetic imbalances and unsupportive patterns is a key strength of ELEMENTAL HEALING. Unlock your potential. Your Life Force Energy (CHI, QI) is what powers every cell in your body. We work to create a smooth, uniform and efficient flow of this energy so you can Heal and be your best. Embrace your power.Be vibrant!
“Randel B Wing, L.Ac., DOM, NMD, is a graduate of the University of Wyoming, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. He is a graduate of the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, an 1800-hour intensive course in acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. Additional acupuncture training includes 720 hours at the University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin, China, where he attained his Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM). Dr. Wing is also a graduate of the American Naturopathic Medical Institute, Breyer State University.
“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.
“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 am second generation acupuncturist who is dedicated to helping my clients thrive in body, mind and spirit. As a compassionate and sensitive practitioner, I am skilled at looking not only at dis-ease and imbalance but to see also the highest good and to promote what is best in each individual, regardless of their ailment.
“I focus on pain management and working with a wide variety of chronic illness. I also work with oncology patients in a complimentary and collaborative manner as they are going through conventional treatment in an effort to ensure they are able to successfully complete their prescribed course of treatment. My main philosophy is centered upon removing any obstacle(s) to cure and creating an environment in which one may thrive. I love utilizing the most appropriate tool, or treatment modality, that is best suited to each patient including: acupuncture, Chinese or Western herbs, homeopathy, nutrition, and hydrotherapy.
How to tell if Natural Health is right for me?
Colorado (CO) Health Professionals have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of symptoms.
Complementary and alternative health, natural health or holistic health is a non-medical path to well-being. It sees the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life as closely interconnected and balanced. Advocates typically use a wide variety of alternative practices, the most common of which include: Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Massage Therapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, and Physical Therapy.
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