1. Welcome New Providers! Acupuncture and Massage

    We're pleased to welcome two new providers to Scott Family Health. Ellie Grove, L.Ac., MSOM, has joined our team of acupuncturists serving patients in our Loveland and Fort Collins locations. Attracted to the healing arts from a young age, Ellie has worked among talented massage therapists, energy…Read More

  2. Using Acupuncture to Cope with Morning Sickness

    Morning sickness is a common and unpleasant symptom of pregnancy. More than 50% of women experience morning sickness, and in many cases the symptoms are not limited to the morning, but can carry out throughout the day and evening. Common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to smells and f…Read More

  3. Acupuncture for Depression During Pregnancy

    Although pregnancy is supposed to be one of the happiest times in a woman's life, up to 24% of pregnant women are affected by depression during pregnancy. Unfortunately, this is often overlooked and equated to hormone imbalance. Women with depression usually manifest some of the following symptoms f…Read More

  4. “I hate needles! Can I still have acupuncture?”

    If you have a fear of needles but would like to try acupuncture, you’re not alone. It’s still common at both of our Loveland and Fort Collins offices to hear patients tell us they have a fear of needles when we recommend an acupuncture treatment for a specific condition. Needles are one of the t…Read More

  5. Acupuncture to Balance Your Moods

    If you or someone you know suffers from frequent irritability or mood swings, consider trying acupuncture. Acupuncture has been shown to stimulate emotional centers in the brain to help release serotonin, which will help to balance your emotions. Most people report feeling very relaxed and at ease a…Read More

  6. Beat IBS with Acupuncture

    Are you tired of taking your Irritable Bowel Syndrome medication with little to no relief? Consider trying acupuncture as a safe and viable treatment adjunct! Acupuncture will help to relax abdominal cramping, reduce gas and bloating, and can reduce the severity of your symptoms. We've had some good…Read More

  7. Say “Goodbye” to Morning Sickness

    Are you suffering from morning sickness? We know how horrible it can be, and we are here to help. Acupuncture is a viable treatment option for nausea and morning sickness. Tiny acupuncture needles will be placed into specific acupuncture points that are know to help settle the stomach, decrease naus…Read More

  8. Increase your Chances of Conceiving

    Research states that women who are undergoing IVF treatments are 65% more likely to conceive when they integrated acupuncture into their IVF treatments. Acupuncture will help increase blood flow to the reproductive organs, as well as increase the thickness of the uterine lining. Acupuncture also hel…Read More

  9. Battle Depression with Regular Acupuncture Treatment

    If you or someone you know is battling depression, try Acupuncture! Many people don't like the side effects that come along with most anti-depressants, and acupuncture is a great, drug-free option to help control your symptoms. Most individuals with depression are advised to start out with about 4-6…Read More