Most of the staff members at Heritage Health share one major similarity: they aim to heal. But depending on which treatment you choose, they attack health problems from completely different angles. When Western medicine needs an extra boost, the acupuncturist steps in to soothe pain and stave off illness with the traditional Chinese treatment. Additionally, Doctors of Chiropractic Timothy Nelson and Paul Marmalick both trust adjustments to assuage sore or aching bodies, and a physical therapist will team up with the chiropractors to help rehabilitate clients after injuries.
A licensed acupuncturist with a master's degree in Chinese medicine from Boulder-based Southwest Acupuncture college and a bachelor's in psychology, Rachael Rose has been in practice for six years and is fully trained to help with back, neck, and shoulder pains for patients of all ages. She's also skilled in treating patients with stress or anxiety-related disorders, night terrors, sleep issues, sports injuries, and for athletic performance enhancement. Call in advance to book a session.
We are a 5 star quality service chiropractic clinic with high integrity. We specialize in instrument based adjustments which means twisting of your neck or low back is not needed. We recommend what you need for recovery, no long term contracts or big prepaid amounts. We take insurance in network.
Although becoming a doctor is a good way to make any family proud, the family of Dr. Zhizhong Nan—of Nan's Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic—were especially delighted upon his graduation. That's because by going into acupuncture, Dr. Nan became the third generation of his family to practice this ancient art. Now, more than than 20 years later, he uses his experience in traditional Chinese medicine to heal patients for a range of maladies. Using tiny needles, he can harness the body's chi and natural energy to heal itself, whether he's calming down kids with ADHD or helping insomniacs get to sleep at night. His treatments can also be used for more debilitating illnesses, from pain to asthma to TMJ. Rather than just alleviating symptoms by prescribing numbing medication or giving patients more and more candy until they feel better, acupuncture helps Dr. Nan resolve the core issue behind illnesses.
Acupuncturist and Chinese-herbal-medicine practitioner Stuart Dimson has a personal relationship with pain. After sustaining a work-related injury in 1992, his efforts to heal led him to receiving his first acupuncture treatment. It worked, and he hasn’t looked back since, changing his career to become a full-time acupuncturist. Today, Dimson works to share that relief with others at Awakening Acupuncture. Besides the eponymous procedure, the center’s other treatments, such as hypnotherapy and moxibustion, work to support clients’ inner balance and gently shake awake their own healing mechanisms. Dimson and his colleagues can also provide traditional Chinese herbal medicine to supplement sessions.