Notice to Clinic Patients:
The CSTCM Campus and Clinic is now open.
By appointment only, please call (720) 507-9231
The CSTCM Student and Grad Care Clinics do not diagnose or treat either suspected or confirmed cases of persons who contracted the (COVID-19) Corona virus. Any person exposed to the Corona Virus and exhibiting signs/symptoms should contact the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to report exposure immediately.
More information about COVID-19 can be found here at the Colorado Department of Public Heath and Environment (CDPHE) website.
Grad Care Acupuncture Clinic (COVID-19 period)
Practitioners in our Grad Care clinic are graduates of CSTCM and are licensed practitioners through National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. They join us each week to treat patients who cannot be seen in our busy student clinic.
- $40 fee, credit card only – all treatments are 1-hour sessions.
- Please use below button or call 303-329-6355 ext. 10 to schedule an appointment.
- Monday: 5:00pm to 9:00pm
- Wednesday: 5:00pm to 9:00pm
- Thursday: 5:00pm to 9:00pm
- Saturday: 9:00am to 12:00pm
- Gift Certificates are available. Please see the receptionist in Room #202 for more information.
New patients need to arrive approximately 15-20 minutes before your scheduled appointment to fill out paperwork.
All patients should:
- Wear Face Mask
- Sign the COVID Waiver
- Eat something before your appointment.
- Wear loose fitting/comfortable clothing.
- Don’t brush or scrape your tongue.
Meet Our Grad Care Practitioners
Tony McCloskey, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac., M.S.TCM
Tony McCloskey received his Master’s of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2017. He is a NCCAOM certified diplomate in Acupuncture.
Right now Tony works as assistant clinic director in Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Piper Mullins, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac., M.S.TCM
Piper Mullins started developing their interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2006, as a student of the Denver T’ai Chi Project and Barefoot Doctor’s program. They received their Master’s of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in August of 2018. Piper is a NCCAOM certified diplomate in Acupuncture.
Their focus is on treating one patient at a time and catering the treatment to the needs of the individual.
They believe that each individual has the ability to achieve healing, and they see treatment as a collaborative process between patient and practitioner. Piper’s particular areas of interest are pain management, emotional concerns, fatigue (including autoimmune issues), and geriatric issues.
Piper believes that the patient and practitioner should work together to come up with a treatment plan and course of action to promote health, longevity, and positive personal transformation. They are the owner operator at Mountain Phoenix Acupuncture in Denver.