Anne Devereux, B.A., M.S.O.M., Dipl. O.M., L.Ac.
With over 10 years of experience in the health care field, Anne’s background includes reproductive health & women’s health issues. However, she also enjoys working with athletes, families, and others. Her treatments include specialized techniques such as cupping, gwasha, plum blossom needling, electro-acupuncture, auriculotherapy, Kototama (Japanese) style acupuncture and moxibustion, traditional Chinese herbal prescribing, and pediatric shonishin acupuncture.
Anne completed her graduate studies at Southwest Acupuncture College, earning a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine degree. She is board certified through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She has received advanced training in a number of specialties including sports medicine, women’s health, Chinese herbal prescribing, and NADA protocol for addiction and trauma.
Anne is dedicated to working with lower income and uninsured patients to ensure that everyone has access to the care they need, and has a sliding fee scale available for those who need it as well as periodic discounts. Additionally, she has volunteered her time and skills following the 2013 flooding in Colorado. She was stationed in Jamestown and the FEMA center in Longmont, offering free trauma-focused auriculotherapy to residents affected by the floods.
Hands & Needles Acupuncture
Hands & Needles Acupuncture provides innovative and progressive health care by coupling holistic medicine with modern research. We offer the very best for you and your family through our dedication to high-quality patient-centered care. Our treatment methods are backed by research and thousands of years of evidence.
Using gentle techniques to work with your body systems, we help you achieve a higher level of health and wellbeing. We provide acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy, nutritional counseling, and bodywork for a number of health concerns.
At Hands & Needles, we believe in keeping things simple and effective. We believe that our success is measured in your improvement and healing, rather than our bottom line.
True healing comes from identifying and addressing the root cause of illness. It requires knowing how all of the body’s systems work together and are affected by an injury or ailment. It demands the skill to effectively untie the knots caused by compounded and overlapping health issues.