Lotus Studio Acupuncture

Lotus Studio Acupuncture

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Welcome to Lotus Studio! A center for acupuncture and wellness located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

Acupuncture and Wellness Treatments We are fully dedicated to health and healing at every stage of life; be it physical, mental, emotional or spiritual.

We are a collaborative effort comprised of highly trained and skilled professionals who have come together with the intention of providing a safe, gentle and nurturing environment in which to assist our patients along their healing journeys. The primary treatment philosophies of the Lotus Studio team are directed towards engaging our patients’ innate health and healing abilities as well as an emphasis on preventative medicine. We are dedicated to walking side by side with our clients until we all have reached our goal.

Meet Robert Ogarek

Robert is a nationally licensed, board certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist in the heart of Berkeley Denver. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University and his Master of Science from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Robert’s passion and interest in Chinese Medicine was a direct result of personal healing from Acupuncture.

His goal as a practitioner is to encourage a partnership with his patients by creating a safe and honest environment to allow the healing process to occur. Each patient's treatment will be customized toward achieving the healthiest and happiest life possible. Robert is dedicated to resolving the underlying causes of your health concerns and providing accurate treatment. Learn More About Robert.

Treatments And Services We offer a wide variety of wellness treatments

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an extremely powerful yet gentle form of treatment.

The needles are extremely thin, sterile and are used only once on each patient before being discarded. The sensations felt upon insertion of an acupuncture needle can range from warmth, distension, pressure, dull ache, and tingling.

To find out more about acupuncture and other techniques used during acupuncture treatments please visit our Acupuncture page.

Cupping

Cupping involves the use of either a glass or plastic cup in which a vacuum has been produced by either the application of heat or by a pump.

When the cup is applied to the skin’s surface the suction created by the vacuum aids in pulling toxic build from the muscle tissue. As pathogenic toxins are released from the underlying tissues and brought to the surface of the skin the body is then able to eliminate them much more efficiently. This also allows fresh, oxygenated blood to circulate more freely and more efficiently nourish the body’s tissues. Learn more by visiting out Cupping page.

Cupping
Herbal Therapy

Herbal Therapy

Herbal Therapy involves herbal formulas which are prescribed based on a client’s Chinese medical diagnosis.

The power of an herbal formula lies in the fact that it has been designed specifically for the individual in order to restore health and balance by treating the root of a client’s condition, not just masking symptoms. The formula prescribed maybe in the form of a tincture, pill or raw or powdered herb blend which is then prepared as a tea. Herbs are considered to have few or no side effects compared to western pharmaceuticals. Learn more by visiting our  Herbal Therapy page.

Auricular Acupuncture

Auricular Acupuncture (PIC) is a style of acupuncture in which needles are placed on the external portion of the ear.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine the whole body is represented as a microcosm on the ear. Auricular acupuncture can be used as both a standalone treatment or as an adjunct to full body acupuncture. Learn more by visiting our Auricular Acupuncture page.

Auricular Acupuncture
Tui Na

Tui Na

Tui Na is a form of Chinese massage which promotes the circulation of blood and energy.

Tui Na involves the practitioner using various body manipulations and movement techniques to alleviate pain and address health issues using pressure on particular acupuncture points. Learn more by visiting our Tui Na page.

Gua Sha

Gua Sha involves long sweeping strokes along an aspect of the body with a small tool which results in small petechiae called sha.

The sha generally fades within 2-3 days after treatment. Gua Sha removes blood stagnation, promotes normal circulation and metabolic processes. Many times the client experiences immediate relief from pain, stiffness, fever, chills, cough, nausea and other forms of inflammation. Gua sha can be used for acute and chronic conditions. Learn more by visiting our Gua Sha page.

Gua Sha

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Our Special Offer

First Acupuncture Session Only $75 | Normally $100