Notice to Clinic Patients:
The CSTCM Campus and Clinic is open by appointment only.
Please use the BOOK NOW button below to schedule your visit.
If you are having difficulty using or have questions regarding our online appointment booking system, then please call the CSTCM Clinic Service Coordinator’s Office at (303) 996-8974 and leave a message. They will return your phone call in 24 hours, Monday through Thursdays. If you call on Friday or the weekend, then they will return your call on the following Monday.
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.
Advanced Student Acupuncture Clinic
Our advanced student practitioners are fully supervised by expert faculty from leading U.S. and mainland China universities.
$30 fee, credit card only – 1 hour with acupuncture group or 1.5 hours with herbal consult/acupuncture group.
- Tuesday: 3:30pm – 9:30pm
- Wednesday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
- Thursday*: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
- Friday: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
- Saturday: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
*Note for Thursdays: Internal Medicine Clinic, – appointments booked by phone only, please call (303) 996-8974. All patients who schedule an Herbal Consult should be able to and be prepared to participate in an herbal treatment plan as directed. This will require patients to purchase herbs from Yan Jing Supply. The cost can average from $15.00 – $30.00 per week.
New Patients need to arrive approximately 15-20 minutes before your scheduled appointment to complete any paperwork needed.
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.
Pulse readings and tongue readings are diagnostic tools in traditional Chinese medicine.
Moxibustion, Cupping, Gua Sha, and E-Stim are just a few of the modalities of TCM that student practitioners incorporate into treatment therapies.
Patient Testimonial Video