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Dr. Heather Richmond

L.Ac., DAOM 

Shen Nong Herbs & Acupuncture 

About Dr. Heather Richmond

Heather received her Masters of Science in TCM from the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences in Oakland, CA, then her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2014 from Five Branches University. Based out of San Jose, CA, Five Branches University provides students with the opportunity to learn from top TCM practitioners, both domestic and international. Her capstone project involved designing a novel protocol for treating spinal cord injuries (SCI), combining cutting-edge stem cell therapies, acupuncture, and electrostimulation.

For over ten years, Heather has dedicated her life to TCM. She is currently on the board of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado. Patient care is her top priority, and she remains an active student even day.

Languages Spoken American Sign Language, English

School Five Branches University

Degree Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Treatment Techniques

Acupressure Acupuncture Cupping Gua Sha Herbology Injection therapy Moxibustion

Areas of Expertise

Addiction Allergies Asthma Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Colds and Flu's Fibromyalgia Gastrointestinal Disorders Geriatrics Headaches/Migraines Insomnia Internal Medicine Menstrual Disorders Musculoskeletal Disorders Nutrition Orthopedics Pain Management Psychological/Emotional Disorders Rheumatology Sexual Dysfunction Smoking Sports Medicine Stress/Anxiety Weight Reduction Women's Health

Styles of Acupuncture

Auricular Acupuncture Electroacupuncture Scalp Acupuncture Traditional Chinese Acupuncture


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The acupuncture office of Dr. Heather Richmond in Louisville, CO is within driving distance from the following cities:

Boulder Westminster Wheat Ridge Highlands Ranch Denver Lafayette Broomfield Eldorado Springs Erie Niwot Eastlake

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