Fort Collins Acupuncture Expert

Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine

Hugh Castor L.Ac., Fort Collins AcupunctureHello, I’m Hugh Castor, Licensed Acupuncturist. I run a Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic that provides acupuncture and other holistic solutions for modern healthcare problems, here in downtown Fort Collins, Colorado. I find great joy in serving quality complementary health care to Fort Collins and the surrounding community.

In addition to my private practice, I work in the East Morgan County specialty clinic in Fort Morgan and frequently collaborate with local clinics and organizations such as The Wholeness Center and Hope Lives.

In Fort Collins, acupuncture has exploded in popularity in the last few years. In choosing an acupuncturist make sure that you go with a Fort Collins acupuncturist who has lots of experience treating different health concerns in the clinic.

Acupuncture is known to provide relief for a wide variety of health problems, including back and neck pain, headaches, menstrual issues, digestive problems, and even anxiety and depression.

If you are looking for acupuncture in Fort Collins, call me at 970-215-7419 to make an appointment or ask me a question. May you find balance in health and life!

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Over the last three millenia, acupuncture has been used to treat a wide variety of health issues.

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Chinese Herbs

Chinese Herbology is the science of combining plants or other substances for healing purposes.

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Massage Therapy

Massage is an especially powerful adjunctive treatment to acupuncture in cases that involve pain.

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To learn more about payment options for acupuncture, herbs, and other adjunctive therapies please visit our payments page.

frequently asked questions about acupuncture and chinese medicine


What does acupuncture treat? Does it hurt? For answers to these questions and more please visit our FAQs page.

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Adjunct Therapies

Chinese medicine utilizes therapies such as massage, as well as others that may be unfamiliar like Gua Sha and Moxibustion.