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Results May Vary

Individual results may vary, testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials are from real patients, and may not reflect the typical patient’s experience, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results.

Every person has a unique level of commitment, experiences, exercise habits, eating habits, and applies the information in a different way. Thus, the experiences that we share with other people may not reflect the typical users’ experience. However, these results are meant as a showcase of what these patients have achieved.

You should not begin our program if you have a medical condition that precludes acupuncture or changes to nutritional or exercise habits. & Come For Health Clinic is a wellness clinic of Licensed Acupuncturists that provide guidance and treatment within the legal scope of practice as regulated by the Colorado State Board Of Acupuncture Examiners. Our advice is not a substitute for medical advice from a physician, and we do not diagnose medical conditions. Please consult a physician before beginning any exercise or diet program.

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Most people try acupressure for the first time to manage symptoms of a condition, such as:


  • Cancer-related fatigue and other forms of fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Headache
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Motion Sickness
  • Muscle tension and pain
  • Nausea or vomiting after surgery or chemotherapy
  • Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy and morning sickness
  • Stress management
Auricular Medicine

Auricular Medicine, Auriculotherapy, or ear acupuncture, is a form of natural medicine based on the idea that the ear is a microsystem that reflects the entire body, represented on the auricle, the outer portion of the ear. The surface of the ear is stimulated with acupuncture needles or ear seeds to treat the physical, mental, or emotional health of the patient. Similar mappings are used in many areas of the body, including the practices of reflexology and iridology. Auricular Medicine can be combined with other Oriental Medicine Techniques or used by itself. Our clinic uses sterile pre-packaged disposable needles that are used only one time for each patient, and then are thrown away into a sharps container.

  • Auricular  Medicine is a  highly developed system of both diagnosis and treatment.
  • Auricular   Medicine is a   term coined by the world’s foremost grand Master and premiere expert Dr. Huang Lichun.
Bioenergetic Assisting

Bioenergetic Assisting is a type of non-physical bodywork. It utilizes the living energy of the body (Bio-energy or qi) and targets energetic blocks and congestion that are affecting and depleting the physical body and its biological function. It is a modern system informed by knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, and Bioenergetics. However, it also utilizes some of the ancient wisdom and bioenergetic methods of the village healers from central Russia and Siberia.

Chinese Herbal Medicines

Chinese Herbal Medicine is a very important part of a larger healing system called Traditional Chinese Medicine. The herbal tradition of China is valued scientifically, as well as being a popular tradition. Scientists working in China, Japan, and other countries during the past four decades have demonstrated that the herb materials contain active components that can explain many of their claimed actions. Modern pharmaceutical drugs have been developed from the herbs, such as treatments for asthma and hay fever from Chinese ephedra, hepatitis remedies from schizandra fruits and licorice roots, and a number of anticancer agents from trees and shrubs. Several popular formulations produced in China, called “patent medicines,” are relied upon daily by millions of Chinese (in China and abroad), such as the Bupleurum Sedative Pills and Women’s Precious Pills that invigorate the energy, nourish the blood, calm tension, and regulate menstruation, and Yin Chiao Jie Du Pian, which is a reliable treatment for the early stages of common cold, sore throat, and influenza and Yin Xiao San is the most popular and well known Chinese formula used for stress and premenstrual disorders.


Cupping is one of the Oriental Medicine techniques that has a long history. It is a form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. It has not been as well known as acupuncture in the west. Thanks to the last world Olympics in Brazil, cupping became more known to the western world and especially in the United States. Michael Phelps had big red marks on his back while competing in the swimming Olympics. He broke more than 2 thousand years old Olympic record in a number of gold medals, won by a single athlete, partially thanks to cupping. This record has been standing since the time of Ancient Greece…

When I was growing up as a child in Russia, it was a common practice to use cupping at home. I regularly received cupping as a little girl to treat coughing and upper respiratory infections from my grandma ( she was a doctor). When studying at the American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, I also learned that cupping is very effective for pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation, and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.


Relieving Pain with Acupuncture.

Acupuncture is most commonly known to treat various conditions of pain such as low-back pain, neck pain, knee pain, and headaches to name a few.

  • Neuropathic Pain
  • Structural Pain

Treating Neuropathic Pain.

Treating structural pain.

Back Pain and Sciatica.

  • Back pain
  • Sciatic pain

Shoulder Pain.


Whole-Body Medical System.


Respiratory Diseases.

Restoring the Immune Function.

Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs regulate your immune function by,

  • Increasing circulation into areas that require more immune presence.
  • Directly enhancing immune system components via herbal medicine. 
  • Resolving chronic states of dysfunction and thereby freeing up the immune system for other defense projects.
Dr. Tan & Dr. Tung Style

This method is more than 2,500 years old and is derived from the I Ching, one of the most ancient books in the world. Balance Method Acupuncture created by late Dr. Richard Tan is a distal needling acupuncture. I use Dr. Tan and Dr. Tung styles of acupuncture. These styles make the results much more effective than the typical treatments one can receive in United States.

Nutritional Advice

This is a famous quote by Hippocrates, a father of modern medicine that many people have heard. Changing your habits of eating to more nutritious home-cooked meals can be the most important first step in your healing journey that you can do yourself. The keywords in making the right decisions concerning your nutrition – are balance and regularity.

It is important to have the right balance of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats in your diet. It is very important to include enough greens and vegetables in your diet. It is important to eat regular meals in a pleasant and relaxed environment. Stay away from fast-food restaurants. Healthy food and healthy eating can’t be fast. It takes time. Without the right nourishment for your body, it is difficult to thrive mentally or emotionally. Dr. Yuliya doesn’t promote “diets”, and does not believe there is one right way to eat for everyone. She rather believes that each person needs an individual approach based on their individual body type and on physiological needs.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a complete medical system that has been used to diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses for more than 2,000 years. TCM is based on a belief in yin and yang, defined as opposing energies, such as earth and heaven, winter and summer, and happiness and sadness. When yin and yang are in balance, you feel relaxed and energized. Out of balance, however, yin and yang negatively affect your health.

Practitioners also believe that there is a life force or energy, known as qi (pronounced “chee”), in everybody. For yin and yang to be balanced and for the body to be healthy, qi must be balanced and flowing freely. When there is too little or too much qi in one of the body’s energy pathways, called meridians, or when the flow of qi is blocked, it causes illness.

The ultimate goal of TCM treatment is to balance yin and yang by promoting the natural flow of qi. In an interesting analogy, often used to explain its nature, qi is described as the wind in a sail, we do not see the wind directly, but we are aware of its presence as it fills the sail.

Tuina Massage

Tuina (pronounced “twee nah”) is a form of Oriental bodywork that has been used in China for centuries, for more than 2,500 years. A combination of massage, acupressure and other forms of body manipulation, tuina works by applying pressure to acupoints, meridians and groups of muscles or nerves to remove blockages that cause acute or chronic pain. In our clinic, Tuina is only used as a part of the treatment, together with other modalities like acupuncture. It is widely used for children and adults.

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