Category Archives: Acupuncture

The Acupuncture Face Lift!

by Ko Ching Lu EAMP, LAc   Greetings!  My name is Ko Ching Lu, and in case you have yet to hear about me, I am your new favorite Acupuncturist and just joined up with AIM last month.  When we … Continue reading

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Acupuncture and March Madness

by Debbie Yu, MS, L.Ac, DAOM Candidate 2017   Spring is coming! Sports, activity, and yang energy are rising! With more movement, comes more potential for injuries, or worry about re-activating old injuries. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can certainly help … Continue reading

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A holistic approach to Back Pain

By Dr. Mohammad Shegeft Back Pain, restricted range of motion, and laxity in joint movement are all very common occurrences during our lives.  That knowledge doesn’t make your back or other joints feel any better, but the good news is … Continue reading

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How do I deal with stiff joints in the winter time?

  Ever wonder why some people’s joint pains and aches get worse in the cold weather? Well you’re not alone.  Lots of people wonder about those nagging pains, and of course, about the scientific reasons behind Granny’s “trick knee” that … Continue reading

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Case Study on Post-Herpetic Neuralgia and Shingles using Chinese Medicine

By Debbie Yu, LAc *In our work with natural healing, we often come across interesting case studies that serve as evidence of our success or lessons for future care.  In this case study, AIM Acupuncturist Debbie Yu shares a successful … Continue reading

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Cervicalgia (neck pain) – an Eastern Approach

By Erin Alberda, LAc One of the most common ailments I treat as an acupuncturist is neck pain.  Some days the sheer volume of patients coming through my office with very similar complaints has my intakes sounding like a Dr. … Continue reading

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AIM Acupuncturist Erin “David Letterman” Alberda’s Top 5 (sometimes unexpected) Reasons to get Acupuncture”!

  by Erin Alberda, LAc In the spirit of David Letterman’s retirement, we thought this was fitting!  Here are the top 5 reasons to get Acupuncture at Alpine Integrated Medicine:   Digestive Issues/Food Allergies.  While acupuncture will not fix food … Continue reading

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