About Ann-Marie Yeager

For Ann-Marie Yeager, encouraging optimum health is not just her profession – it is her passion. Having battled chronic pain and illness for 14 years, when medication and conventional medical treatments were unsuccessful, it was acupuncture that finally restored her health…and her hope. This traditional medical system became her benchmark for what healthcare could provide: healing that originates from the source of the ailment, going beyond the symptom-level.

Good Health Acupuncture, Inc. is the product of Ann-Marie’s life transformation as a result of Oriental Medicine. She recognizes that each person must forge his or her own path to wellness, and her goal is to assist in its discovery. Since 2004 this has been her life’s work. Embracing economical, practical and gentle treatment, Ann-Marie’s approach to healing is both straightforward and compassionate – a combination that sets her patients at ease and open to the restoration they seek.

Ann-Marie earned her Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado, which entailed four years of study and over 3000 hours of formal education. Ann-Marie is licensed by the State of Colorado (L.Ac.), and she is a nationally certified acupuncturist, holding a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (which includes acupuncture and Chinese herbs) from the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Continuing education plays an important role in her pursuit of professional growth and development; Ann-Marie has studied with Nader Soliman MD and is a certified Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT) practitioner. Her training with Dr Soliman is ongoing. Ann-Marie has also completed a six-month apprenticeship with her mentor, Whitfield Reaves, and numerous other studies in sports medicine and pain management. Along with these areas of interest, her specialties include allergies (of all types), Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), Celiac Disease, Alpha Gal Syndrome, difficult-to-treat and lingering illnesses and digestive concerns.

Ann-Marie and Cordell, her husband of 33 years, are originally from North Dakota. After living in New Hampshire for eleven years, they moved to Colorado in 2000 for Ann-Marie to pursue her education. In the process, they fell in love with Colorado and are now happy to call Loveland home.