About Robin Schiesser
Robin uses acupuncture, herbal medicine and nutritional guidance to address a wide variety of internal health concerns and orthopedic pain conditions, and treats both men and women for fertility and reproductive health issues.
Her approach to patient care incorporates a gentle acupuncture technique partnered with compassion and a strong belief in patient education. In addition to their acupuncture treatment, Robin encourages her patients to make lifestyle choices that support their optimal health, such as practicing t'ai chi, yoga or other meditation and exercise; maintaining healthy nutrition, including vitamin and herbal supplementation when appropriate; and being involved in the community.
Whole Foods and Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy in Boulder have invited her to be a featured speaker on acupuncture and various topics related to Oriental Medicine. She has been quoted in Alternative Medicine magazine, and has written about acupuncture for Colorado Daily Women's Magazine. Robin provided acupuncture services to students, staff and faculty at CU Boulder's Wardenburg Health Center from 2008 to 2013 and continues to offer a reduced rate for CU affiliates at her private office. She has served as Secretary and Vice President of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, finishing her fourth year on the Board of Directors in April 2018.
Robin often has her therapy dog Lola, a 9-pound chihuahua-maltese, in the office with her. Lola is very friendly and well-behaved, but If you prefer her not to be present at your appointment, please inform us in advance. Unfortunately Robin's lease does not allow her to invite patients' dogs to accompany them to their appointments.
Languages Spoken Basic Spanish, English, Fluent French
School Emperor's College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Degree Masters of Traditional Oriental Medicine
Areas of Expertise
Styles of Acupuncture
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