Maggie received her BS in clinical nutrition from the University of Arizona, then worked in Banner Health Hospital with oncology patients and those in need of nutritional support and education. After a few years of seeing patients on so many pharmaceuticals and in chronic distress, she found her true passion in integrated care and decided to pursue a career in acupuncture. Her goal was to become a practitioner who incorporated healing that not only addressed body, but the mind and spirit as well.
Maggie earned her master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas. She became board certified in Chinese herbal medicine and in Mei Zen facial rejuvenation acupuncture. Maggie then moved back to her home state, Colorado, and opened a private practice in Centennial. After practicing solo, she hoped for a more collaborative team-oriented environment and joined the staff at Whole Health Center.
Currently Maggie is working on her doctorate through Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and has enjoyed incorporating evidence-based medicine into her acupuncture practice. By calling on her background in nutrition and integrative care, she is equipped to discuss all aspects of a healthier lifestyle. She has experience working with shoulder pain, arthritis, back pain, knee pain, muscle spasms, hip pain, immunity, allergies, asthma, common cold, sinusitis, abdominal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, indigestion, PMS, menstrual irregularities, infertility, anxiety, depression, substance abuse and addiction, stress, dizziness, migraines, facial palsy, chronic fatigue, and many more! It is Maggie’s intention to create a non-judgmental, welcoming, and safe environment for all people.
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