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907.336.6692

3343 Fairbanks St
Anchorage, AK 99503

Open Monday - Saturday

Preferred Providers for Premera Blue Cross, Federal Blue Cross and MODA

Member of Multi-Plan / Beech Street

Free Kids Clinic at at Alpenglow Acupuncture, LLC

Saturdays in September from 1:30-3:00 PM
What: Shonishin pediatric acupuncture for kids. Shonishin, which means “Little Children Needle”, is a gentle tapping/brushing technique done with non-insertive needles.
Why: Kids love this treatment and benefit in so many ways, including when they are/have:
  • Sick whether acute or chronic
  • Skin irritations and rashes
  • Digestive Upset and Colic
  • Sleep disturbance
  • Respiratory issues
  • Bedwetting
Why: Healthy Kids = Healthy Families
When:

Saturdays in September from 1:30-3:00 PM

Location: Alpenglow Acupuncture, LLC
3343 Fairbanks Street—Anchorage
(behind Moose’s Tooth—next to Sushi & Sushi)
Call (907) 336-6692 for more information about this fun and easy form of healthcare for kids!

Pediatric Treatments

Free Kids Clinic - Saturdays in September from 1:30-3:00 PM


Tuesday Pediatric Clinic - 11 AM - 1 PM - $20 to $35


Pediatric Private Treatment

  • New Patient exam and treatment - $75
  • Established Patient treatment - $50
Learn more about Pediatric Acupuncture
 

Alpenglow’s Mission Statement

Alpenglow Acupuncture LLC provides Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine to the Alaskan community giving comprehensive support during all aspects of life, promoting health and longevity.

Rande Lucas L.Ac., RN

Rande Lucas L.Ac., RN
Rande has been practicing Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine since 2000 after graduating from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She has over 25 years experience as a Registered Nurse. Her lifelong interest in medicine has led her to work with patients of all types of problems, especially those who present with complex problems, like pain management, chronic fatigue, headaches, digestive disorders, and assisting cancer patients during their treatments. She specializes in Japanese Acupuncture and Moxibustion therapy which is a very gentle and effective treatment style. A twenty year Alaska resident, she is well aware of Alaskan’s unique lifestyles and needs.
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Jean Hulbert DC, L.Ac.

Jean Hulbert L.Ac.
Jean is a native Alaskan returning to Anchorage with fifteen years experience in private practice as a Chiropractor and Acupuncturist. She earned her doctorate degree in Chiropractic from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minnesota and a diplomate in Acupuncture from the Minnesota Institute of Acupuncture and Herbal Studies. She is the only provider in Alaska licensed in both Chiropractic and Acupuncture and finds the combination to be very effective in treating musculoskeletal pain and injury. Dr. Hulbert is experienced in treating repetitive stress injuries including tendonitis, carpal tunnel, and TMJ problems as well as acute and chronic back pain, neck pain and headaches. She also enjoys helping patients with sleep problems, anxiety and stress-related health issues.
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Acazia Gilmore L.Ac.

Acazia Gilmore L.Ac., RN
Acazia became interested in Chinese medicine in her teens, when she began studying herbs and body work based on Chinese medicine theory. Her studies took her to Santa Fe where she graduated from Southwest Acupuncture College with a Masters in Science in Oriental Medicine in 2005. While in school, she began studying Japanese Meridian Therapy with T. Koei Kuwahara Sensei and continues to study this style of acupuncture as she emphasizes it in her treatments. Acazia incorporates Shiatsu, Sotai, herbal remedies, dietary, and lifestyle advice in her treatments. While she has experience treating a wide range of conditions from addiction, trauma, autoimmune conditions, and oncology support, she has a particular affinity for treating women’s health issues, pre and post natal, fertility and pediatrics.

For the past 7 years Acazia has had a busy practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has been very active within the community, volunteering her time at the Pojoaque Veterans Clinic in New Mexico and was on the board of the New Mexico Society of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine. She spent time in Haiti after the earthquake in 2010 treating people through Acupuncturists Without Borders and traveled to Myanmar twice where she treated patients at a local hospital and in a village through the MettaDana project. It is her hope that through each treatment she makes a difference in the health of each patient and therefore the community. Acazia is excited to be living in Anchorage with her husband and their daughter, and is looking forward to exploring Alaska.
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Eric Brunn, DOM, IMT, L.Ac.

Eric Brunn, DOM, IMT, L.Ac.
Eric has been fascinated by holistic medicine since his early youth. As a young athlete he became well versed in natural approaches to recovery through simple remedies like Traumeel, Arnica, and Calendula. This expanded to nutritional, herbal and Homeopathic treatments, as well as, hands on therapy to find solutions to his own health concerns.

A repeated shoulder dislocation brought him to a unique form of therapy called Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT). It is a hands-on technique that has roots in Osteopathy, incorporating Myofascial release, CranioSacral Therapy, Strain Counter-Strain and many other techniques, with a focus on restoring structural and physiologic health. Eric began studying IMT after he regained full function of his shoulder, where he learned insights in the treatment of injury, disability and disease.

Eric is a graduate of Southwest Acupuncture College (SWAC) in Santa Fe, NM earning a degree as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM). During his studies he became acquainted with Japanese Meridian therapy, specifically Hari style acupuncture. His passion for Hari style acupuncture led him to study with Japanese masters such as T. Koei Kuwahara, Masanori Tanioka, Junji Mizutani, Kazuto Miyawaki as well as many accomplished western Acupuncturists. This study included in depth focus of non-insertive Root Treatment, that uses handmade Silver Needles or Teishin needles, Moxibustion, Extraordinary Vessel treatment, Sotai which is a Japanese Strain Counterstrain modality, Kampo abdominal diagnosis, Shonishin pediatric treatment, and various types of Japanese manual therapy. He has experience with clinical internships at Women's Health Services of Santa Fe, and the Indian Health Service with Dr. Ed Grant.

Eric incorporates a wide variety of modalities into each treatment to offer a gentle, balanced approach that is relaxing and restorative. He enjoys treating children as well as adults, and has extensive experience in treating a wide range of complaints like stress, chronic pain, injury, digestive disorders, and men's and women's health issues.

Eric Brunn is Board certified as a Diplomat in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine by the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).
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Patti Kazuba LMT

Patti has been practicing massage therapy for 8 years and is a graduate of the University of Alaska-Anchorage program. She is a licensed massage therapist (LMT) and nationally certified reflexologist. Patti offers a wide range of therapeutic massage and works closely with her clients in support of their goals of personal wellness. Her training and experience also includes oncology massage. Living in Alaska since 1984, she enjoys an active outdoor lifestyle.
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Jan Hart LMT

Jan has been practicing massage since 1996, and graduated from the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts in Santa Fe. She works with clients assisting them to regain optimal use of their body through a variety of techniques like relaxing Swedish massage, deep tissue work or treatment for a specific dysfunction. Jan has lived in Alaska many years with experiences in massage also in New Mexico and New York. She is active playing with her dogs and cats, working in the garden, hiking and being outdoors.
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Find Us

3343 Fairbanks St

Our office is in mid-town Anchorage
just behind Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria

We are on the corner of Fairbanks and 34th Ave, the south end of the building, just down from Sushi & Sushi.

We’re directly across the street from the Extended Stay America hotel.

Ground floor access, with plenty of parking.