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Postpartum Acupuncture

Postpartum Acupuncture Treatments:

The six weeks of postpartum recovery should be a time of rest, recovery and bonding with your baby.  Acupuncture can help with the following during this time:

  • Balance hormones
  • Increase milk supply
  • Treat mastitis and blocked milk ducts
  • Constipation and hemorrhoids
  • Fatigue and exhaustion
  • Reduce recovery time and pain from a c-section
  • Back pain
  • Skin conditions
  • Headaches
  • And More!!

Out-calls are available for pre-birth acupuncture near the time of delivery, for bed-rest patients and for post-partum recovery acupuncture treatments.  Call for information (308-631-0087).

 

 

Chinese Medicine in the News

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine are in the news this week!  Here are some articles that caught my attention. 9 Natural Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy.  They recommend what nutrients to increase, eating cleaner foods and getting acupuncture throughout pregnancy. Acupuncture Helps with Cancer Fatigue.  This study, published in Acupuncture Today, had two groups of womenContinue Reading

Essential Oils

Essential oils are beneficial in a variety of ways.  Here is the best infographic I’ve found to explain the uses and benefits! Essential Oils

Acupuncture Can Resolve Internal Conditions

In internal medicine, acupuncture fares well.  Acupuncture can help resolve just about any issue that internal medicine can.  Sometimes it works well alone and sometimes it works well as a complementary treatment to other treatments.  Acupuncture is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as effective in treatingContinue Reading

Acupuncture Brings Relief to Women’s Issues

There is great research in all the ways that acupuncture is recommended to relieve women’s health concerns ranging from adolescent menstrual pain to infertility to menopause.  Like other issues, women are finding traditional treatments for these issues to be invasive and non-satisfactory and are therefore seeking out holistic, less invasive solutions to these common problems.Continue Reading

Acupuncture Relieves Chronic Pain

According to the Huffington Post, chronic pain plagues nearly ⅓ of Americans — 116 million people.  There are very few options in Western Medicine for people living with this quality of life.  People try a multitude of therapies with very little success at helping them.  Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine has the ability to bring hopeContinue Reading

Know Your Acupuncturist

Practitioners whose graduate education is in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine receive approximately 80% of their education exclusively in this field and undergo extensive clinical training averaging 3-4 years.  Other healthcare practitioners may only use acupuncture, which is one of the many therapies of Oriental Medicine, as a technique in their primary practice. A philosophical distinctionContinue Reading

Ali Damron, LAc., DiplAc (NCCAOM)


Colorado Licensed Acupuncturist

Colorado Licensed Acupuncturist

Ali graduated from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture in Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to PIHMA, she graduated from Arizona State University.