Health & Wellness Blog

  • Arvada Acupuncturist Inspired Wellness Celebrates 8th Anniversary

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE       Media Contact Jacquelyn Gutc, President Magpie Media jacquelyn@magpie-media.com or Jana Royer-Morian, Owner/Acupuncturist Inspired Wellness inspiredwc@gmail.com Arvada Acupuncturist Inspired Wellness Celebrates 8th Anniversary Practice celebrates anniversary with patient appreciation Halloween party ARVADA, Colo. — Oct. 26th — At Inspired Wellness Center, an acupuncture practice specializing in treating cancer treatment side effects and fertility issues, October is

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  • Acupuncture for Infertility

    Are you thinking about getting pregnant or have been trying for a while.  Are you starting to consider using Acupuncture to help you boost your fertility and increase the chances of becoming/carrying a healthy pregnancy?  Well here is the Top 5 reasons why you shouldn’t wait another day before calling Inspired Wellness Center (or your local fertility specialized Acupuncturist)!  

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  • Acupuncture for Cancer Patients

    Getting the diagnosis of Cancer is a real life-changer.  One of those things I think you’ll probably always remember everything about that day when your doctor sat you down to tell you the news.  And it certainly does have the chance to be a real life-ruiner, doesn’t it?   As a person, I have been dealing with cancer in my

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  • Benefits of Acupuncture for Infertility

    More and more often, couples who are trying to get pregnant are hearing something surprising… try Acupuncture.   Who would think that these tiny little needles could do anything to help couples with their fertility?   If you are wondering how Acupuncture can help you and you don’t want to take my word for it, here’s what some real smart

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  • Our Top 3 Tips To Surviving This Cold/Flu Season

    Is it just me or did cold/flu season show up in a hurry this year!?   You might have noticed that Colorado had an especially rough allergy season and because of that, many immune systems are already compromised. Heading back to school can means kids are exposed to more germs. Because “sharing is caring”…they like to bring those germs home

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