Gua Sha (Scraping)
Acutonics (Tuning Fork Therapy)
Tui Na (Chinese Massage) 
Sho Ni Shin Japanese Needling

Stephanie Kelsey, LAc., RN

Please call Stephanie at 303-731-6142 for a free 10 min. phone consultation. 

Stephanie has been happily practicing acupuncture in Boulder since 1998. Her practice has been centered primarily on seeing private clients but has also included providing treatments for patients at Helios Health Center, Longmont United Hospital's Health Center for Integrative Therapies and Frasier Meadows Manor's Wellness Center. In 2008, Stephanie also completed a degree in nursing and has been working at the Children's Hospital Colorado since February 2009.
Motivated by both a love of languages (acupuncture studies and Western medicine each have their own) and a desire to face one's fear (past mistrust of Western medicine), she began to bridge the gap between these two world views of treating the body by continuing her own education in nursing and Chinese medicine and bringing this combined wisdom to her practice.

Sports injuries, stress reduction, immune boosting, pregnancy challenges and fertility enhancement. 
Acupuncture is also very beneficial for back, neck and shoulder pain, digestive and sleep disorders, asthma and sinusitis. Children benefit tremendously too and don't usually require needles during treatments. Please call me, free 10 min. consultation 303-731-6142, for questions for kid's allergies, bed wetting, night terrors or immunity boosting.

These modalities are incorporated into her practice and utilized with almost every session, depending on
the person and the condition. 

Northern Arizona University - BA 1990 in International Affairs and SpanishColorado School of TCM - 1997 Dipl. of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine University of Colorado Health Sciences Center - BS, Nursing, 2008
Required annual continuing education units (CEUs): 15 for acupuncture, 6 for nursing.

Gratitude toward the body for doing so many things right so much of the time. Gratitude for and awareness of the messenger (pain or discomfort) so that we can make changes and find ways to re-establish balance.
Gratitude that we choose beautiful surroundings, and surround ourselves with people who can help us move closer to our goals, dreams and wellness of being.
Gratitude to be here with this team of wellness-minded friends and bodyworkers. 
As the WonderPets sing: "what's gonna work? TEAM WORK!"