Acupuncture Stress and Pain Management Practices

Colorado Springs, CO

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

ASPMP addresses not only the physical/emotional needs of the client but also those areas where he/she feels disconnected in their lives.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I like that I have the opportunity to support clients in achieving their goals when other options have been less effective.

Location

Colorado Springs, CO 80934

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Reviews

1 Reviews
  • Jane A. Feb 23, 2011
    Coninyah is truly gifted. As a Drug-Free Pain Consultant and fellow practitioner of Alternative Medicine, I've seen (and experienced) amazing results from his treatments. His method of treatment is all-encompassing, treating not only the symptom but also addressing the the root cause. His placement and removal of needles is completely painless. He uses less needles and gets more results than any other acupuncturist I've known (and I know quite a few!). I love that he stays with you during the treatment and enhances the effects of the needles with guided imagery - it makes all the difference! I refer all of my patients who require acupuncture to Coninyah. I know he's the best.
  • Jane A. Feb 23, 2011
    Coninyah is truly gifted. As a Drug-Free Pain Consultant and fellow practitioner of Alternative Medicine, I've seen (and experienced) amazing results from his treatments. His method of treatment is all-encompassing, treating not only the symptom but also addressing the the root cause. His placement and removal of needles is completely painless. He uses less needles and gets more results than any other acupuncturist I've known (and I know quite a few!). I love that he stays with you during the treatment and enhances the effects of the needles with guided imagery - it makes all the difference! I refer all of my patients who require acupuncture to Coninyah. I know he's the best.

Q&A

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Each Acupuncturist is required to participate in continual education in order to maintain his/her certifications which amounts to 80 hours every 4 years.
What types of customers have you worked with?
The most common types of clients I see are those suffering from chronic/acute pain disorders as well as spiritual distress. I do work with internal disorders as well.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Like any profession, each provider has a different approach to therapies. A client may need to work with a couple before finding the right one for her/him. It is important always to ask questions that are important to you to ensure client/provider compatibility.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
Acupuncture is a subset of a larger body of practice called Oriental Medicine. Those practitioners of Oriental Medicine rely not only on Acupuncture for treatment but rather include herbal prescriptions, counseling (diet, exercise), body work. In ASPMP case, spiritual counseling is included as part of the services provided.