A Holistic Acupuncture Clinic in Estes Park, CO

We offer free 15 minute consultations to discuss your health concerns and answer your questions! We are never too busy to help you!

At Estes Park Acupuncture, our mission is to foster and nurture your health through holistic treatment, education, support, and inspiration. Melissa Roberts, Licensed Acupuncturist, has been providing health and wellness services since 2001. She earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Oriental Medicine and is licensed to practice acupuncture in Colorado. Melissa has a gift and a passion for helping people achieve balance and a sense of well-being. At Estes Park Acupuncture, we tailor each treatment to meet your unique and specific healthcare needs, utilizing a myriad of modalities, including Acupuncture, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, Microneedling, Chinese Medicine, Chinese Herbs, nutrition, bodywork, energy healing and lifestyle coaching.

Acupuncture

Facial Rejuvenation

Microneedling / Collagen Induction Therapy

Injection Therapy

Testimonials

T.R. – Estes Park
“When I first went to see Melissa, I wasn’t sleeping more than 3 hours at a time because my back pain was so bad. After my first treatment, I slept through the night for the first time in 2 months. My pain also decreased so

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M.E. – Estes Park
“I came to Melissa because of extreme fatigue that had been ongoing for a long time and had been getting worse and worse. From the moment I entered Melissa’s care, I felt like I was working with a true professional. Not only is she obviously

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D.P. – Estes Park
“I’ve had constant headaches for years, and could only take painkillers to get through those days. I’ve tried everything, fearing the damage I was doing with so much medication, but the only thing that safely and permanently helped me get rid of headaches was acupuncture

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G.P. – Estes Park
“I had such bad back pain for the last year and couldn’t get any relief no matter what I tried. I was ready to have surgery when a friend suggested I try acupuncture. I was really nervous but Melissa took the time to explain exactly

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J.M – Allenspark
“I have lived with severe allergies every spring and summer for most of my life and had to have allergy shots. During my pregnancy this was not an option and I was going crazy from allergies! My doctor suggested acupuncture and I couldn’t believe how much

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Come experience natural care for:

  • Pain
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • addictions
  • digestive disorders
  • stress
  • smoking cessation
  • detoxification
Estes Park Acupuncture
1140 Manford Avenue, Unit C
Estes Park, CO 80517

970-577-9725

Clinic Hours – By Appointment Only
Tue 9:00 - 5:00
Wed 12:00 - 6:00
Thurs 9:00 - 5:00
Fri 9:00 - 5:00
Weekends and Evenings By appointment

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