Our goal is to offer you viable treatment options for your concerns. Our staff at AcuHealth will address all your healthcare needs in one peaceful, beautiful location. We are always here for you and look forward to working with you. Please feel free to contact us with any questions, or stop by our Scottsdale location and experience an Oasis of Wellness.


Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine are a complete system of healthcare and have resolved a wide array of conditions for thousands of years.  Robert Koagedal has the ability and experience to treat complex medical complaints. If you or someone you know is suffering from any of these conditions, there’s a good chance we can help. Schedule an appointment, and we will give you a complete evaluation and personalized course of treatment.

"Where there is no movement there is pain. Where there is movement there is no pain."   -traditional Chinese saying


PAIN OR LOSS OF FUNCTION: back pain, sciatica, knee pain, arthritis, degenerative disc, shoulder problems, headaches, carpal tunnel, neck pain, fibromyalgia, sports injury, TMJ

OB/GYN CONCERNS: PMS, irregular menstruation, fibroids, ovarian cysts, menopausal symptoms, breech presentation, infertility, postpartum fatigue and depression

VASCULAR PROBLEMS: high cholesterol, dizziness, high blood pressure, heart disease, hemorrhoids

SKIN PROBLEMS: acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, dryness

RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS: asthma, allergies, sinus problems, wheezing, common cold, viral infections

HEALTH AND WELLNESS: depression, insomnia, digestive complaints smoking cessation, poor immunity, weight control

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AcuHealth Articles

Dinners for everyday of the week

Does the idea of eating Chipotle one more time or popping something frozen into the oven give you the weekday culinary blues?  Why not create your own burrito bowl masterpiece or beautiful fresh salad, which you know where the ingredients are sourced from.  I am going to supply you with many recipes that I have created over the years to help ease the weekday doldrums and fatigue of "what the heck do we eat tonight??!!".  I try to keep most of the recipes in the balance of 30% protein, 60% veggies, and 10% carbohydrates and give some options for grain/starch alternatives.  Just a few notes a

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Sunlight and Circadian Rhythms

Think about your daily routine?  Do you slowly crawl out of bed, check your phone, computer or turn on the morning news?  Yes, yes and yes, as most of us do.  Already you have short circuited your first possibility to charge your battery for the day.  What does the awakening eye want when it first opens?  The answer is definitely not blue light from every device wired around us.  Nope it's the one constant outside that calls to awaken us everyday....SUNSHINE!!  There must be a reason for our glorious ball of gold that lights up the sky everyday to bath the plants and trees....and US.....It

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Gua Sha Treatments

Not so long ago, facial acupuncture seemed completely fringe. But Eastern medicine-based skin care, including cupping on the face, has been gaining traction and acceptance as an all-natural approach with the added oomph of thousands of years of practice behind it (i.e. it really works) — and the latest practice on the verge of going mainstream in the U.S. is facial gua sha.

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Natural Facial Rejuvenation

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can provide a safe, effective, natural and drug-free approach to reducing the signs of aging.  A facial rejuvenation treatment using this ancient technique can improve muscle tone of the face and neck while addressing underlying imbalances that may have contributed to the aging process.  

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A Mind Like Sky

Meditation comes alive through a growing capacity to release our habitual entanglement in the stories and plans, conflicts, and worries that make up the small sense of self, and to rest in awareness. In meditation, we do this simply by acknowledging the moment-to-moment changing conditions—the pleasure and pain, the praise and blame, the litany of ideas and expectations that arise. Without identifying with them, we can rest in the awareness itself, beyond conditions, and experience what my teacher Ajahn Chah called jai pongsai, our natural lightness of heart.

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