Within just a few sessions, Lynn was able to completely free me from pain I'd endured for years, pain that traditional doctors could only mask with medications.

Lena Liberman

Welcome

Lynn Maloney Acupuncture in Columbia, Mo., provides treatment using the ancient art and science of acupuncture to relieve your symptoms. Although many pursue acupuncture as an alternative to medication and surgery, others draw on the power of acupuncture to speed recovery from surgery or reduce the need for medication.

Acupuncture has a longer track record of healing people than any other medical method on the planet. It can provide pain relief without pills, improve your energy and fortify your body’s natural defenses.

Your acupuncture treatment will be guided by the information your body provides through your pulses and other signs and symptoms. Your body’s intelligence, as well as your feedback, will be the key to determining each and every treatment. In turn, an acupuncture treatment that responds to the information provided by your body will then catalyze the body’s intelligence, or healing wisdom, to heal.

Lynn Maloney has been providing effective relief for pain associated with joints, muscles and nerves, as well as chronic conditions of fatigue, headache, digestion, sleep and anxiety, since 2000.

Acupuncture Articles

Acupuncture Connects Us to Our Heart

Posted: July 20, 2018

My first acupuncturist taught me that the heart only says "yes." In his book on the ancient cosmology and theory of the five elements and acupuncture, Nourishing Destiny, Lonny Jarrett explores the rich meaning of points like "Spirit Seal," "Spirit Storehouse," & "Spirit Burial Ground." I met Lonny in a workshop I took while deciding…

Why I Use Acupuncture

Posted: June 2, 2018

I went to Kansas City last week to receive acupuncture.  Why would I go all the way to KC for acupuncture?  Why not treat myself ?  And why did I need acupuncture, anyway?  It wasn’t a symptom that motivated me to schedule time with my acupuncturist.  It was simply a knowing that it was “time.” …