Acupuncture Clinic

Colleen Hartman, R.Ac.

Acupuncture has helped billions of people over the past 5,000 years.

Acupuncture can help to relieve symptoms and signs of many health problems. It can also uncover the underlying root cause of those symptoms. The goal of this dynamic and integrated health care system is to activate the natural, self-healing abilities of the body.

Acupuncture is safe, natural, drug-free and effective

Here's how it works

The Treatments Available at Camrose Acupuncture Clinic


By inserting fine, sterile needles at specific points, an acupuncturist is able to break up blockages that have hampered the smooth flow of Qi.

Learn More


Acupressure can help alleviate ailments such as tension, stress, aches and pains, arthritis or menstrual cramps.

Learn More


Electrical Balance Analysis has been used by some Asian cultures for many centuries to perform physical, structural and nutritional analysis of the human body.

Learn More

Aqua Chi Detox

With this therapeutic foot bath, water is charged with beneficial negative ions, which will energize your cells, improve circulation and detoxify through your feet. Very relaxing!

Learn More

Massage Therapy & Reflexology

Massage was invented centuries ago. Massage is one of the best known remedies to relieve stress. Reducing stress increases and balances your energy and relieves pain.

Learn More

Live Blood Analysis

This preventative, educational, and therapeutic tool reveals the state of our internal cellular health.

Learn More

How to Get Started

To avoid disappointment, we suggest that you book future treatments as soon as possible. Call us today.

(780) 672-9360

For a breakdown of our fees and important tips for new patients, preparation guidelines, and what to expect after a treatment please view the appointments page.


© Copyright - Camrose Acupuncture Clinic Ltd

Colleen Hartman, R.Ac.   Disclaimer

Design + code by Identify Media


Our latest deals!

Be the first to find out about our upcoming discounts and deals. Subscribe to our newsletter:

No, thanks.