2015 Anniversary Contest Rules

We’ve had our doors open for one year and we are excited to celebrate with you. Thank you for joining our giveaway and to be really clear we want to make sure we set up a few ground rules.

 

Employees of Montana Family Acupuncture are not eligible to win this cheap oakleys sunglasses prize.

One entry is allowed per person wholesale china jerseys regardless of method of entry.

Must be 18 years or older to enter and win.

A winner will be selected from the original batch of entries by a drawing.

The initial drawing Cheap Football Jerseys for a winner will occur on June 15th 2015.

All winners will be notified by email that they have been selected for a prize.

Regardless of method of entry it is the entrant’s responsibility to make sure that oakley outlet their name and email address are clear, legible, and correct on the entry.

The winner will be allowed 15 days to collect their prize in person at Montana Family Acupuncture.

After 15 days if the prize winner has not collected their prize, a  new winner will be selected by drawing a new name from the original batch of NBA Jerseys Cheap entries, notified by email, and given 15 days to claim the prize; this process will continue up to 5 times or until all prizes are claimed.

By submitting an entry you’re agreeing to participate in this contest and to allow Montana Family Acupuncture to use your name and your #야옹스타그램 likeness in marketing materials, including but not limited to use on the website; you are also agreeing to receive email communication from Montana Family Acupuncture including prize notifications announcements and newsletters. you may unsubscribe from these newsletters announcements and notifications at any time. Montana Family Acupuncture agrees to use your email address for in-house purposes only and will not share or sell your contact information to another third party.

 

 

Acupuncture Calms Irritable Bowels

Acupuncture Alleviates Irritable Bowel Syndrome!

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Acupuncture has proven to be especially effective in alleviating Irritable Bowel Syndrome for patients suffering from a
particularly severe type of IBS known as IBS-D. Recent research has shown that acupuncture has a 96.7% total effective rate
with many patients recovering completely from IBS. The study tested the effects of acupuncture on abdominal pain and other
severe effects of IBS-D. By itself, acupuncture had a 76% total effective rate but when combined with moxibustion, an herbal remedy, the total effective rate spiked to 96.7%.

The symptoms of IBS-D include abdominal pain and diarrhea and can be debilitating. This research is promising for any seeking treatment for IBS-D. If you suffer from IBS, make an appointment with an acupuncturist because you can be sure that they can help.

Online Privacy Policy

Online Privacy Policy for MontanaFamilyAcupuncture.com

If you require any more information or have any questions about our privacy policy, please feel free to contact us.

At MontanaFamilyAcupuncture.com, the privacy of our visitors is of extremely importance to us. This privacy policy document outlines the types of personal information that is received and collected by MontanaFamilyAcupuncture.com and how it is used.

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Connecting Our Love Nature: A Workshop for Couples and Singles

How can we strengthen our existing relationships?How do we communicate with the ones we love?How can we step more fully into vulnerability to make deeper connections?Through the use of multiple techniques to work with Qi, energy, Spirit and intention, local Hamilton acupuncturist, Brett Lewis, will lead this exploration of the heart to deepen our ability to love and be loved.

Join us Saturday, February 7th, 10am to 5pm at the Center For Spiritual Living in Hamilton. Bring a journal, pen, and your open heart.

Workshop price for the day of teaching is $50 per person or $80 for couples.
All are welcome. Some scholarships are available.

Pre-register by calling Montana Family Acupuncture at (406) 381-0275.

Brett is a licensed acupuncturist and earned his Master of Science in Acupuncture degree from Bastyr University. He recently returned to the valley with his wife, Kim, to open Montana Family Acupuncture in Hamilton.

My Experience with Acupuncture

Before having worked at Montana Family Acupuncture I had never actually experienced acupuncture myself.  In college, I had the opportunity to tag-along with a friend of mine to several of her treatments, so I was somewhat aware of what to expect.  After applying for a job at the clinic centered around oriental medicine, I was offered a chance at my very own acupuncture experience.  Brett and Kim, both  licensed acupuncturists, wanted me to be sure this work environment would be the right fit for me.  I agreed to their suggestion.

The treatment  was truly a pleasant surprise.  I was told to eat a little something before hand and dress in comfortable clothing.  Okay, I’ll admit, I was a leeetle bit nervous seeing Brett grab the first needle.  Breaking into a cold sweat, I waited for the first precise needle placing to work its way into my forearm.  Doing my best to look away, I waited.  All done. Then, glancing back at my arm I realized, this isn’t bad at all!  There was a slight sensation, but nothing painful.  Gradually, Brett worked the tiny silver spikes around my legs, feet, hands and ear.  Once everything was in place, I sunk further back into the lounge chairs in the community treatment room and chilled.  Thinking to myself, ” I can get used to this.” Once I was fully “cooked” as they say, the needles were carefully removed.  My session was over and I was told to go home and relax; even take a nap if I felt so inclined.  Let the treatment continue to do its thing.  Hey, this sounded like the icing on the cake.

Pulling my shoes and socks back onto my feet released the marvel of calm from my fingers all the way down to the tips of my toes.  Any unwanted tension was gone. Getting up to walk out of the room was a little tricky since my legs felt a bit like jello.  In fact, all of my muscles felt loose.   I thanked my future employers for their generosity and out I went.  Climbing onto my Schwinn cruiser bike I peddled away in a quiet state of bliss.  I soaked in the effects until 3:15 when it was time to pick my children up from school.

I prepared myself for the possibility that the warm return of my children would bring an abrupt end to this calming day.  Instead however, I noticed continued stress relief throughout the afternoon and evening.  It is refreshing to know that one has the option to try something other than potentially harmful medications to reduce the effects of stress or pain.   I look forward to learning more about the fascinating ways acupuncture can help treat both chronic and/or acute conditions that each one of us will inevitably face in our lifetime.  I know I’ll be back for more!  Hope to see you at the next community acupuncture treatment at Montana Family Acupuncture for a different kind of happy hour in 2015.

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