Headache Treatment in Centennial Without Pain Meds

Are you fed up with headache pain? You’re not alone. In fact, researchers have estimated that 90 percent of Americans struggle with headache pain at some point in their lives. With all the people looking for fast and easy relief from headaches, it’s no surprise that pain medication is always flying off the shelves of

New Acupuncturist in Centennial CO, Kim Lebrun

Heritage Health would like to sincerely welcome our new Acupuncturist, Kim Lebrun, to our practice!! She has been practicing since 2007 after graduating from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder. Kim has also completed post-graduate training in musculo-skeletal and pain related problems, cancer and gynecology. She utilizes functional...

Diagnosing Sciatica Pain and Finding Treatment

The sciatic nerve is a peripheral nerve that starts in the spine and branches out into the leg. When pinched or irritated, its nerve fibres – motor and sensory fibres that control muscles, movement, and feeling – stop doing their job properly. Severe pain is one of the most recognizable symptoms that result from the

How Is Your Liver Doing?

Spring brings with it warmer weather and renewed physical and mental energy. For many people, however, the transition from winter to spring isn’t always easy. To help you with this transition we are offering you a Free mini stress reduction therapy session (offer expires 4/30/2015). Just call the office to get on the schedule: 303-694-1245

Our New Massage Therapist

We are excited to introduce our new Massage Therapist, Mariah! To celebrate Mariah joining the team here at Heritage Health, we are offering $50 1-hour massages through the end of April! ($10 discount from normal prices). We are also starting to see that some insurance companies are covering massage as well. We are happy to

Happy Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year (February 19, 2014) is celebrated according to the Chinese calendar, which is a lunisolar calendar that indicates both the moon phase and the solar terms. The new year usually begins on the second dark moon after the winter solstice but occasionally on the third. But enough about all that… Happy Chinese