Sandi Lyman has been studying Chinese medicine for 6 years and has been in the healthcare field for 15. After graduating from her Master's program at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, she and her family moved to Buena Vista to begin serving the people of Chaffee County and beyond.
Sandi currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, the state association of Acupuncturists.
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Sandi Lyman, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac.
The use of herbal medicine is a time-honored practice. Unlike Western medicines, Chinese herbal formulas are derived from natural ingredients including items you would probably find in your spice cupboard such as garlic, ginger, and cinnamon. These balanced, natural formulas don't carry the side effects commonly associated with Western drugs yet are very powerful in treating a variety of conditions including digestive troubles, stress, and sleep problems.
With acupuncture we use very thin, sterile needles inserted into specific points on the body to release tight muscles, activate the body's natural healing response, and promote wellbeing. For young children or sensitive patients this can also be done without needles by applying acupressure.
From cupping to gua sha to moxa, we take your treatment to the next level to ensure that the benefits of your session are maximized.
Chinese medicine is safe, natural, cost-effective, and has been trusted for centuries.
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