Acupuncture

AccupuntureChinese medicine family practice treating pain, allergies, digestion, anxiety, depression, immunity, menopause and other ailments with acupuncture, herbs and massage.

Pat Isaacs, LAc has a family practice in Traditional Chinese Medicine that uniquely blends her 25& years of experience in holistic health with acupuncture, Medical Qigong, Chinese medicinal herbs and therapeutic massage.
This acupuncture practice focuses on treating diseases by promoting the body’s ability to heal itself and bringing wellness to adults, children and the elderly. Pat specializes in muscular and joint disorders: neck, shoulder, knee, back, arthritis and jaw pain. Gastrointestinal disorders, gynecological problems, allergies, respiratory problems, insomnia, anxiety and depression are all health issues that can be effectively treated with Chinese Medicine.
Physical benefits of Therapeutic Massage include reduction of muscle tension and stiffness, greater joint flexibility and range of motion, better circulation of both blood and lymph fluids, a faster healing process from strained muscles and sprained ligaments. Pat uses Therapeutic Massage prior to acupuncture in treating muscular and joint disorders.
Chinese medicinal herbs have a safe balancing effect on the body, usually with no side-effects. Concentrated patent herbal formulas taken in easy pill form offer a high quality, laboratory tested, affordable medicine appropriate for a wide variety of symptoms. Formulas used exceed current international GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards.
Over one-quarter of the world uses this safe, effective, cost-saving health care system, which is steadily gaining popularity in the West and is being studied at major health research centers.
Pat Isaacs has been a Licensed Acupuncturist since 2000, a Certified Massage Therapist since 1990, and has a BA in Holistic Health & Wellness Education from 1985.

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Practitioner:
Pat Wigner Isaacs LAc. BA. CMT, MQP
303.780.2840 (VM)
720.371.4625 (C)

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