- Impact Healing2121 S Onieda St
Denver, CO 80224
Tues & Thurs 9am-5pm
Saturday By Appointment Only
- Littleton Location8151 SouthPark Lane #100
Littleton, Co 80120
Wed & Fri 9am-5pm
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Impact Healing 2 reviews
Google Rating5.0Ashley May22:28 21 Jan 15Sasha May is extremely professional and knowledgeable about her profession. I swear she is a psychic! She can read my pulse and know exactly what’s going on with my body without me even telling her. I have recommended her to my coworkers and family. I have only gone to 3 sessions and am already noticing a huge difference. I am going to continue to see Sasha May and I recommended anyone wanting to do acupuncture go to her. She is the best!Khadija Al-h03:02 05 May 15Sasha May is the best acupuncturist in Denver! She genuinely listens and understands what exactly is going on with a patient's health. She's like a magician. I felt so alive and energetic after only one treatment. She will not only heal you but will tell you the reason of the symptom.sean bonham21:56 28 Nov 14Hi, my name is Sean Bonham I am a 17 year old male and I have been seeing Sasha May for acupuncture at Impact Healing for about 6 months now for my anxiety and depression. Needless to say, it has helped me a lot. Every time I go for a treatment, I leave feeling more relaxed and less stressed. In addition, it takes away my anxiety/depression and makes my life much better over-all. I would highly recommend visiting Sasha May at Impact Healing if you are among the 350 million people in the world who are suffering from depression or anxiety. I know acupuncture can help you regardless of age/sex/disability.
I was diagnosed with hypo-thyroid, and was prescribed medication which I would have to remain on for life. That wasn’t the kind of life I envisioned for myself, and I started searching for other options. I had little faith in acupuncture when I started seeing Sasha May, but I was... Read more »
I was suffering from splitting migraines after I injured my neck vertebrae in a car accident. The physical therapy didn’t help and my only option was to remain on painkillers. I started seeing Sasha May on a weekly basis, and after several months my migraines disappeared. I have been migraine-free... Read more »I am very impressed by Sasha’s knowledge and completely changed my views on alternative ways of practicing medicine. If you have pain, if you cannot afford to miss work, do yourself a favor- call Sasha, trust me: you’ll be amazed!
I have been receiving acupuncture from Sasha for two months and the difference in my life is amazing. Sasha is very thorough and analyzes what’s going on with me before beginning treatment. Every appointment after the first, she does a quick review to see if anything new has cropped up.... Read more »
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