TLC Acupuncture & Natural Medicine | (970)372-1907

Acupuncture & Natural Medicine in Frisco, CO

Tami L. Clark, DNM, L.Ac, DAOM

Come experience the healing power of Acupuncture

Welcome to TLC Acupuncture & Natural Medicine, we offer acupuncture to patients in Frisco, Breckenridge, Dillon, Silverthorne, CO and surrounding areas of Summit County, CO.  We specialize in treating back pain, anxiety, and fertility using Acupuncture, Natural Medicine, Western Herbalism, and Traditional Chinese Medicine, along with Biofeedback and Reiki.



Thank you for visiting TLC Acupuncture & Natural Medicine, our Frisco, CO acupuncture clinic is known for its kind and knowledgeable acupuncturist, inviting atmosphere and effective care.

At TLC, we’ve been privileged to see many, many cases of healing, even after nothing else worked. If you are interested in discussing if your specific condition is a good candidate for treatment, please contact us with your questions. Our goal is to make sure you are relaxed and comfortable throughout your visit. If you have questions or are unsure if acupuncture is right for you, consider a free consultation or simply book an appointment.

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