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Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Beth Bright, Acupuncturist
Lakewood, Golden, and Denver, Colorado

Thank you for exploring options in your journey of healing.  I have been honored to be a “helper” along people’s healing journey for more than 25 years, using acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to assist my patients in achieving optimal health.  I hope that my experience and extensive training will be a good fit for your needs.

Every time you visit Rocky Mountain Acupuncture, I will listen to you in order to hear what you think could be better with regards to your health.  Then, together, you and I will figure out a treatment plan so that I may best help you and so that you can know what you can do to participate in your own healing.  This road to health usually involves some committment and learning on your part. The physical, mental, emotional and spiritual makeup of each one of us is unique, and essential in developing and maintaining good health.

I enjoy working with patients like you who care about themselves, their health and their well-being - people who are open to healing and change.  It is common to not know at first what is urging us to heal; it may simply be physical pain and suffering that brings us in after nothing else we have tried has worked, sometimes it is emotional healing that is needed, sometimes it is a vague feeling of wanting more out of our life . Whatever it is that has led you to explore acupuncture, I would be happy to talk with you about what it and Chinese Medicine can do for you.

Please call me at 303-445-1114.  I look forward to hearing from you.

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Beth Bright, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., M.S.
Rocky Mountain Acupuncture
303-445-1114 3000 Youngfield St. Suite 157, Wheat Ridge, CO 80215

Author of Embody Eating -- Recipes, Chinese Medicine, and Beyond available on Amazon

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"Embody Eating" isn’t just a cookbook, it’s an exploration of energy, food, health, and happiness. Through the lens of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), including meditation and qigong, esteemed TCM practitioner Beth Bright weaves together centuries-old wisdom with everyday Western ingredients, offering readers a guide to understanding the energetic properties of food and it’s impact on the body’s Qi.