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Why Community Acupuncture?


Acupuncture doesn’t have to be expensive in order to be effective. You can probably tell that QiWorks isn’t a typical business. Our mission is to provide affordable healthcare to our community; we exist for a number of reasons that culminate in a desire to make our community a better and healthier place. This is the…

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Famous Ginger-Onion Soup Remedy


QiWorks has a famous ginger-onion soup remedy that you can use if you start to get sick. This technique is only effective if used within the first 12 hours of the onset of a cold or flu: usually when you start sneezing, your nose starts running, and you develop a scratchy throat and body aches.Ingredients:2″…

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Injury and Chronic Pain Massage with Michael

Massage Therapist Michael Thomas

Injury and chronic pain massage is one of the services offered at Qiworks and involves deep, soft tissue manipulation as well as education to help alleviate symptoms of pain in the body.  The processes used to do so may include structural integration, deep tissue massage, and mind/body awareness to bring peace and integrity to the…

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Welcome to Aubrey!


We are so thrilled to announce that Aubrey Lewis, L.Ac., has joined QiWorks as our newest acupuncturist. This means we now have FIVE acupuncturists! Aubrey completed her Master of Science in Acupuncture at the Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado, and recently moved to Salt Lake. She is licensed to practice in both Utah and…

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Free Day for POCA Members on QiWorks’s Birthday!

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For all of our patients who are members of POCA, we have another free treatment day coming up! On Wednesday, June 29th, QiWorks will celebrate its seventh birthday! To celebrate, POCA members can come in for a free treatment that day–just be sure to schedule an appointment. What is POCA? It’s the People’s Organization of…

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Patient Pro Tips

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We continually have new people discovering the clinic, which is a great thing–we love to have our community grow. As much as we try to orient everyone as to how things work, there are a few “pro tips” that our seasoned patients know: Waiting list. If you look online and there are no appointments available…

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Ask the Acupuncturist: Acupuncture for Sports Injuries


The weather is getting nicer, and more of us are headed outside and doing some of our favorite activities: bike riding, hiking, gardening, climbing, running, tennis—you get the idea. It’s great that we are enjoying the outdoors and exercising, but if in the unfortunate event an exercise-related injury happens, please remember we are here for you, and that the…

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