Fort Collins Acupuncture For All Ages

Based on your condition, your chiropractic care may be enhanced with acupuncture services, an adjunct therapy used to relieve pain and improve musculoskeletal issues by using thin needles inserted into locations on the body (acupuncture points). At Fossil Creek Chiropractic in Fort Collins, Dr. Scott Morrison, D.C., and Dr. Jessica M. Christopherson, D.C., were trained at the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. As fellows of the Academy, Dr. Morrison and Dr. Christopherson are skilled at weaving in the ancient and contemporary principles of acupuncture alongside chiropractic care, allowing both modalities to complement one another and provide enhanced benefits for Fort Collins patients.

Why Choose Us

      • Both of our chiropractors are fellows of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture.
      • Fossil Creek Chiropractic offers Fort Collins acupuncture as an adjunct therapy to chiropractic care, helping reduce pain, minimize recovery time, and provide complete whole-body wellness.
      • Having acupuncture and chiropractic care in one place saves you time.
      • We tailor all chiropractic and acupuncture treatment plans to best meet your needs.

Why Acupuncture and Chiropractic Care Together?

While chiropractic care typically focuses on nervous system obstructions and issues, acupuncture balances energy within the body. A component of traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, acupuncture has been shown to reduce pain and, when used in conjunction with chiropractic care, improve a variety of conditions including back pain, neck pain, osteoarthritis, headaches, & more.

Acupuncture was introduced to the United States in the early 1970s and has since become a staple in alternative medicine. At Fossil Creek Chiropractic, we use acupuncture on an individualized basis, depending on your current ailments and overall goals.

What to Expect During Your Acupuncture Procedure

At Fossil Creek Chiropractic, we use tiny gauge needles so patients rarely experience pain from the needles during acupuncture. In fact, many of our patients may not even feel the acupuncture needles. Each acupuncture session takes approximately 30 minutes—this is in addition to your chiropractic appointment time.

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