• On December 23, 2019 by Acus Admin

    Happy Holidays!

    On behalf of everyone at Acus Foundation, we wish you the very happiest of holidays this festive season.

  • On December 23, 2019 by Acus Admin

    Think Acupuncture First for the Holidays

    Think Acupuncture First this holiday season, and your gift will be matched 100%!

    Our goal at Acus Foundation is to make medical acupuncture standard care for our nation’s service members and veterans.

    We train our doctors to Think Acupuncture First when evaluating a patient, and to use medical acupuncture as a primary treatment for pain and stress.

    We are creating a culture of medicine where drug-free options are prioritized over addictive pharmaceuticals.

    Will you join us and Think Acupuncture First this holiday season?

    Make a tax-deductible gift today and your gift will go twice as far. A generous donor has agreed to match all donations dollar-for-dollar through the end of the year.

    Help to make medical acupuncture standard care for those who serve.

     

     

     

  • On December 3, 2019 by Acus Admin

    Healing Broken Bodies, Broken Hearts

    Since 2015, Acus Foundation has trained 350 military doctors who are now working in clinics and hospitals across the nation and across the globe.

    They are saving lives every day. They are saving veterans like Matt, who stockpiled his painkillers with the intent to end his life.

    With medical acupuncture, Acus-trained doctors have options they lacked before.

    They can do more than just write a prescription. They now have the skills to heal broken bodies and broken hearts.

    Freed from pain and stress, and freed from opioids, patients treated with Acus medical acupuncture can hope and dream and live again.

    Will you join us and give today? 

    Time is running out to save more lives—please give generously.

    Thank you for making warriors well.

  • On December 3, 2019 by Acus Admin

    “Medical Acupuncture Saved My Life”

    U.S. Air Force veteran, Matt, had been saving his painkillers. Every day, he took one pill and set aside another… until he had a stockpile of opioids that would be enough to end his life.

    Matt felt numb and hopeless. He had been prescribed dozens of medications over the years, and he suspected the drugs were only making his pain and stress worse.

    His new Acus-trained primary care doctor, Col. (ret) Paul Crawford, MD, suspected the same thing.

    Crawford took one look at Matt’s medications and thought, “medical acupuncture would be a better treatment option.”

    Matt agreed.

    After just a few acupuncture treatments, Matt tapered off all his painkillers. He felt better. He slept better. His relationships at home and at work got better. Everything about his life improved.

    Two years later, Matt says without hesitation: “Medical acupuncture saved my life.”

    Will you help save the lives of veterans like Matt?

    Give to Acus Foundation today.