For centuries Acupuncture has been used to treat a wide range of maladies. Now more recently in the Western world Acupuncture has become a household name as more and more scientific studies are showing its value.
Acupuncture uses very small solid needles placed in Acupuncture points all over the body to produce a beneficial response for the patient. You can see relief sometimes with as little as one treatment however the real benefit comes from regular treatments. Acupuncture helps to balance and relax the body as well as maintain the Qi and blood flow thus shifting it from a fight or flight mode into a relaxed state.
There are many conditions that Acupuncture can treat, here are a few:
- Pain of joints or muscles
- Digestive issues
- Emotional imbalances and stress
- Reproductive complaints
- Addiction cessation
- Breathing difficulties
- Allergies both food and seasonal
For more information about how acupuncture can help you, give us a call today! 303-651-2525
Sun Kang, Lac., a native of Seoul, South Korea, is a 2013 graduate of the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Sun comes from a long lineage of Acupuncturists in her family that goes back several decades. Since Acupuncture is not a quick fix to a problem, Sun focuses on getting to the root of the problem to help patients who really want to get well. In order to get to the cause, or root, of a problem, we need to understand what caused it in the first place. Sun reads the pulse in order to understand what to focus on, from physical pain to mental stress. Sun states that our pulse is like a memory box, where it keeps track of what caused a person to develop certain issues or illnesses in the first place.
Acupuncture is a natural, self-occurring practice that helps the body to heal itself from the inside out. Acupuncture helps to bring out our own Qi (energy) which helps power up our own system to balance back with nature.
Sun would love to share with you her understanding of the balance between life and nature so she can better help you on your path to well-being and health.