- Lotus Spring Acupuncture
and Wellness Inc.36 S. 1100 E. #C Building 5
American Fork, Utah 84003
Below the Brian R. Carter Prosthodontist offices (private downstairs entrance)
Mon 9am - 5:30pm Tues 9am - 5:30pm Wed 9am - 5:30pm Thurs 9am - 5:30pm
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I broke my leg and went to Dan for pain management and hoping to decrease the healing time. Between the regular visits for acupuncture treatment and the Chinese herbs he gave me, I was thrilled to be out of the cast and off the crutches in about 2/3 the time expected! Thank you Dan for your caring and compassion.
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I went in for shoulder pain and it really worked. I had several visits left as I had purchased a package so I asked if he could work on my knee. I had been injured in a motorcycle accident in 1997. I had one area the size of a quarter that was so tender I didn’t want to wear jeans.... Read more »
I went to Dan to assist with fertility treatments. We were planning to do our 4th round of IVF in September and so I started going for weekly treatments 4 months earlier. I hate needles but I was able to relax once they are all put in and I usually take a little nap during treatments. I saw progress in... Read more »
I have Dan Clark at Lotus Spring Acupuncture to thank for getting me well and back to work after a painful back injury. I herniated a disc in my back this past June and went on short-term disability for work. The pain was excruciating–the herniation had affected my sciatic nerve and as a result my whole right leg was numb... Read more »
I have been bothered with shoulder and back pain and headaches after a dirt bike crash in 2002. After trying medication, physical therapy, massage and other methods I finally discovered Dan at Lotus Springs! I was training for the “Tough Mudder” and my body was not being very corporative so I decided to give acupuncture a shot. I was a... Read more »