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Acupuncture Centennial CO

Welcome to Cornerstone Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine, LLC.  My name is Deanna Kayyali and I am a licensed acupuncturist practicing Oriental Medicine in Centennial, Colorado.  My experience falls under the umbrella of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which is an ancient Eastern medicine used over 4000 years. Today in the US, acupuncture and herbal medicine are

Energetic Medicine

  Energetic Medicine Practitioners use their skill to tap into a universal grid of energy to influence physiological shifts in a person, plant or animal. This universal power source is available to all people. Many people tap into this source and use the energy unknowingly to transmit healing to another, most children tap it naturally.

Interesting Correlations With Herbs & The Body

Interesting Correlations: (modified from Bag Of Pearls by Subhuti       Dharmananda, Ph.D.) Trees & Shrubs: They attain larger sizes which is good to free up restricted circulation of qi and blood and to protect against external influences.  Example: Ginkgo and Cinnamon Minerals: Minerals are immobile and supporting in nature – extricated form the earth and water.

Forms and Fees

Please Click on this link or the image to download New Patient Forms Our Services are described below: $85 for a Single Acupuncture Treatment: (Deanna Kayyali also includes Reiki, adjunct therapies and herbal recommendations when appropriate, herbs sold separately, approximately 1 hour).   $65 for a Student Acupuncture Treatment:(includes the same services as above) $375 for a

Videos

Learn more about Acupuncture Read this article and watch the video featured on Colorado’s 9 News. com Mayo Clinic Video

Am I covered by Insurance?

While the majority of health care plans do not cover acupuncture, a surprising number do and the number is on the rise.  We do not currently bill any insurance companies directly, upon request, we will  provide patients with a super-bill/copy of the receipt which they can submit to their insurance, flexible spending account or other

Is Acupuncture subject to any government regulations?

To practice acupuncture in Colorado, one must be licensed by the State of Colorado, Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Registrations.  To obtain acupuncture licensure which results in the title of “Licensed Acupuncturist” (L.Ac.), the practitioner must have: completed a Master’s program in Oriental Medicine from an accredited institution, and passed the national board exams

What are other adjunct therapies do you ues?

Moxibustion Moxibustion is the process of burning dried herbs over specific areas or points of the body.  The herb commonly used is called Mugwort. It has strong  warming qualities and when it is burned over the body it warms the Qi and blood and unblocks channels.  This is very useful for conditions such as menstrual