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413 883 5174     

lentel13@gmail.com

6650 WEST 44TH AVENUE Wheat Ridge, CO 80033   

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6650 West 44th Avenue
Wheat Ridge, Colorado
USA

413-883-5174

Welcome to Moving Points Acupuncture and Wellness. Moving points is an office based and mobile acupuncture practice run by licensed acupuncturist Lee Entel Hurter.  Treatments may include different styles of acupuncture, moxibustion, and cupping. Moving Points is dedicated to providing client-centered, trauma-informed, body-positive, and harm-reduction based treatments.

Moving Points is committed to offering treatments to  people who have never received acupuncture before, as well as to seasoned clients. Treatments are available for children and adults and cater to the individual client’s needs and desires.

Acupuncture Pain Relief at Home

Who We Treat

Acupuncture Pain Relief at Home

Lee Hurter

Acupuncture helps with a wide variety of chronic pain conditions including knee pain, shoulder pain, back pain, migraine headaches, burns, sports injuries and other acute injuries. Articles about acupuncture and pain relief

Curious if Acupuncture can help?

Call for a free phone consult. Treatments are available throughout the Denver Metro area. (413) 883-5173

Articles & Resources:

New York Times

Acupuncture Provides True Pain Relief in Study

Acupuncture provides true relief of pain in National Institute of Health study. "The findings provide strong scientific support for an age-old therapy used by an estimated three million Americans each year."  See article

Duke Health

Acupuncture offers headache relief over medication.

"Acupuncture is more effective than medication in reducing the severity and frequency of chronic headaches, according to a new analysis conducted by Duke University Medical Center researchers." See article

Web Md

Why Does Acupuncture Work

Full featured information on the effects of acupuncture. See article

Healthcare Medicine Institute

Acupuncture Reduces Shoulder-Hand Syndrome Pain

"Researchers conducted a controlled experiment finding acupuncture effective in reducing pain and swelling of the shoulder and hand due to [Shoulder Hand Syndrome]. The total effective rate of acupuncture combined with infrared therapy was 97.10%." See article