Providing pain relief and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Pain Relief and Acupuncture

Migraines or regular headaches? I treat both.

What types of pain do I treat with acupuncture?

  • Arthritis (Osteo. and R.A.)
  • Migraines
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Sports injuries
  • Neuropathy
  • Lower back pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendonitis
  • Gout
  • Post-surgery

If you need pain relief visit Linda Machol, L.Ac., MTCM

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    Sports injuries are easily treated with acupuncture.

    Don't suffer with pain one more day!

    Come in for an acupuncture treatment now. (But call for an appointment first.)

    How fast will the pain go away? Often 1 acupuncture treatment will provide complete relief temporarily. Several acupuncture treatments may be needed to provide permanent relief.*

    Will the needles hurt? Linda uses Japanese style acupuncture that is pain-free.

    Call (720) 299-8278 Mon.-Fri. 8am-6pm for an acupuncture appointment or to ask questions. Outside of those hours email Linda with questions at

    *In cases of chronic pain such as R.A., acupuncture can only provide temporary pain relief and pain management. It will rarely eliminate chronic pain forever.

    Chinese medicine often affects change when western medicine cannot.

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    Acupuncture Pain Relief Is Real, Researchers Say

    By Matt McMillen, WebMD Health News Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD Sept. 10, 2012 -- About 3 million Americans visit acupuncturists each year, most of them for the relief of chronic pain. Now a new study shows the relief they get may be modest -- but real. The study is a review of previous acupuncture studies that compared the ancient Chinese practice to standard pain care or to sham acupuncture. In the latter, patients are needled in a manner different from (or at spots on the body not tied to) traditional acupuncture. The researchers found that people who got acupuncture ended up having less pain than those who didn't receive it. And the result was similar among different sources of pain, whether it was chronic back and neck pain, osteoarthritis, or headache. In the end, their results translate to about 30% less pain compared to people taking pain medications and other standard treatments for pain. Click for Full Article