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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

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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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Weight Loss and Acupuncture: The Real Scoop

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Due to the confusion and misconceptions around the relationship between acupuncture and weight loss (including in advertisements), we thought it would be a good idea to address this issue directly. We always try to be very honest and straightforward with our patients, especially because one of the goals of community acupuncture is to remove all…

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Getting Ready for Allergy Season

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The first signs of spring are appearing, and so are the first of our patients who are coming in with allergy symptoms. The great news is that acupuncture can make a really big difference in allergy symptoms, sometimes even clearing them entirely. We also have a few herbal formulas that can help with seasonal allergies….

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Ask the Acupuncturist: Acupuncture for Kids and Teens?

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We are often asked whether we treat kids and teenagers. The answer is yes! Many kids and teens love receiving acupuncture, and it’s a great way to treat a variety of ailments. We commonly see kids and teens for headaches, stress, menstrual issues, skin conditions, depression, respiratory ailments, colds and flus, concentration problems, and much more. One…

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A Warm Welcome to Kristen, Our Newest Acupuncturist

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We are so happy that Kristen Phipps, L.Ac., has joined the QiWorks family! Kristen is a Utah-licensed and nationally board-certified (NCCAOM) acupuncturist. She graduated from the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas. A Salt Lake native, Kristen has been practicing acupuncture for over four years. Kristen has been a friend of QiWorks…

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