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. Scott Family Chiropractic for Good Health!!!

    When you want to reclaim your good health, come to Scott Family Health. They do chiropractic work, acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage. Their Clients come from all walks of life, with different backgrounds, and when they don't feel just right, they know that Scott Family Chiropractic can…Read More

  5. Scott Family Chiropractic – Do You Have Injured Tissue???

    Visit Our Site TODAY to get started: https://www.scottchiro.com/ Massage The massage therapist uses gentle kneading and stretching techniques that target contracted muscles and fascia (a tissue structure that covers the muscles). In addition to kneading and stretching, the therapist may also use te…Read More

  6. Scott Family Chiropractic – How Often Are My Treatments?

    After the initial evaluation, your physical therapist will determine the frequency and duration of your treatment in coordination with your physician. How often and how long you need treatment depend on the type and severity of your condition. However, most patients come to therapy two or three time…Read More

  7. Acupuncture for PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)

    PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a common disorder affecting about one in ten women of child-bearing age.  Women with PCOS typically have irregular menstrual cycles, and often times do not ovulate.  PCOS can often lead to problems conceiving, and studies show that acupuncture can be beneficia…Read More

  8. Try Acupuncture for Stress Reduction!

    Stressed out? Not sure what to do about it? Do yourself a favor and treat yourself to some acupuncture! Acupuncture is an excellent way to relieve stress and tension in the body.  Acupuncture needles stimulate the release of seratonin, a hormone that has anti-depressant and analgesic effects.  The…Read More

  9. Try Acupuncture to boost fertility!

    Did you know that acupuncture can boost the success rate of IVF (in vitro fertilization) by at least 50%? It's true! If you or someone you know is trying to conceive consider trying acupuncture to increase your chances!  With regular acupuncture treatments you will reap the benefits!  Acupuncture …Read More