For local military veterans, acupuncture an alternative means

For local military veterans, acupuncture an alternative means

Practitioners’ coalition in Durango pledge ongoing free treatment
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Sydney Cooley removes acupuncture needles from Kathleen Krug’s ear during a treatment Saturday at the Durango Farmers Market. Cooley is part of the Durango Acupuncture Alliance, which provides free treatment to military personnel to help them cope with post-traumatic stress disorder, among other ailment.
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Sydney Cooley removes acupuncture needles from Kathleen Krug’s eat during a treatment Saturday at the Durango Farmers Market. Cooley part of the Durango Acupuncture Alliance, which provides free treatment to military personnel to help them cope with post-traumatic stress disorder, among other ailment.
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Vanessa Morgan speaks to acupuncture patient Nico Foster on Saturday morning at the Durango Farmers Market. Morgan is among a group of local acupuncturists helping veterans free of charge in a stress-reduction program.
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Acupuncture treatments

The Durango Alliance’s free clinic for active-duty military and veterans is open from 6 to 8 p.m. every Thursday at the Durango VFW, 1550 Main Ave.

Other locations and days will be added in the future.

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