103 E. Simpson, Suite 100, Lafayette, CO 80026

(303) 817-3938

The Path to Health and Pain Relief with acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Chris' acupuncture training and experience

Christpher Brown, MSOM, LAc.

Chris Brown graduated from the 4-year program of Southwest Acupuncture  College in Boulder, Colorado in 2007, earning the degree of Master of  Science in Oriental Medicine. The program consisted of 3,000 hours of  classroom study and included extensive clinical training. Chris received  certification from the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for  Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) and was registered as a Licensed  Acupuncturist by the State of Colorado in 2007. In late fall of that  year he opened his acupuncture clinic, Flowing Spring Acupuncture and  Oriental Medicine, in Boulder County. He has been happily and  successfully treating folks of all ages since.

Although Chris is  sometimes puzzled by this, he does know that people looking at "about"  pages may be mildly interested to know that he is a jazz musician, a  lover of books, a frequent presence on the Boulder County open space  trails, and a native of Detroit, Michigan. Come visit him in his  Lafayette acupuncture clinic, and he will be happy to learn a little bit  about you and your life, too.

Please call Chris (no texts  please!) at 303-817-3938 to talk about the many ways that acupuncture  and Chinese herbs can improve the health of you and your family

More Acupuncture Info

Acupuncture Cost


What does it cost to begin moving toward better health with acupuncture?   

Acupuncture Cost:

Initial  exam and treatment:   $95     
              Subsequent visits:                        $75                                                                          

Your  first treatment will include an in-depth medical history and a thorough  assessment to determine the source of your problem. All treatments  include acupuncture, tuina (Chinese medical massage), and a Chinese  herbal medicine recommendation. 

First treatments require about 90 minutes, follow-up visits are an hour.

Does Acupuncture Hurt?


The insertion of  acupuncture needles is virtually pain-free; most patients find the  treatments very relaxing, and often fall asleep during the session. For  those averse to needles, acupressure or chinese medical massage (tuina)  is used, using the same acupuncture points and meridians employed with  needles.

Pain Relief Near you


Come and  see Chris to adress your health concerns in Old Town Lafayette, 103 E. Simpson, Suite 100, 80026.