Chris Chapleau

Licensed Acupuncturist & Exercise Physiologist

Chris Chapleau, M.S., L.Ac., is a practicing Acupuncturist and an Exercise Physiologist. Chris is also Certified in Facial Rejuvenation. He has studied under a leading facial rejuvenation expert in the world, Virginia Poran. Chris combines Western knowledge & Eastern practice to help you to be productive and energetic to meet the demands of your daily life. Besides the traditional Eastern approach with acupuncture, Chris also takes a Western biomedical approach to using acupuncture, using trigger point therapy and manual and movement therapy. His experience training himself and others for triathlons, bike racing, MMA & similarly demanding athletic endeavors uniquely prepares him to assist serious athletes in realizing top performance while preserving peak immune function and general good health.

Specializing in acupuncture and exercise science, Chris integrates acupuncture into pre and post physical therapy or fitness training for pain modulation, speedy recovery, and enhanced performance. Clients can choose to just focus on one-on-one exercise therapy/ training, acupuncture, or a combination of both. Other modalities that he uses in therapy are acu-taping, manual body work (structural integration), herbal therapy (MediHerb), nutrition supplementation, cupping, guasha, and stretching techniques (mobilization, PNF, and distraction). The exercise component is one-on-one fitness management, focusing on strength and conditioning, post physical rehab – exercise therapy, sport specific plyometrics, weight loss, core strengthening, and functional training. The acupuncture component focuses on sport injuries, myofascial pain, peripheral neuropathy, arthritis, facial rejuvenation, stress, smoking cessation, addiction detoxification program, weight management, and sport recovery and performance.

Chris is the official acupuncturist and strength coach for Cannondale/fushionThink’s Stage 1 Cycling Team, and he is a CSAOM Board Member.