Elif Kuzu integrates a special blend of traditional Chinese Medicine, Five element and Japanese style Kototoma into her practice. She has over 4,000 hours of training in Oriental Medicine. She is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado and The American Acupuncture Council. The ancient sages believe that health and peace come from being in harmony with the deeper currents of nature.
Elif majored in Pre-Med and earned her B.S. in Biology/Chemistry at the University of Texas Tech, Lubbock. Realizing her passion for traditional medicine, she pursued a graduate program and received her Masters degree in Oriental Medicine at Southwest Acupuncture College, in Boulder, Colorado. During her academic career she was trained in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine as well as Qi gong, Tai Qi, Shiatsu (Japanese style massage), Tui Na (Chinese style massage), and Chinese nutrition. Additional therapies also include electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, NADA (National Acupuncture Detoxification Association), cupping, guasha, auriculotherapy, Chinese organ massage, myofascial release, dietary and lifestyle changes. In addition to her schooling, she continued an extensive work/study at Heilongjiang Hospital in Harbin, China, learning the culture and practice of Oriental Medicine from the original source. She worked with the most prestigious doctors and severely ill patients. She saw a variety of patients from pediatric, OBGYN to Stroke patients whom were cured with a combination of acupuncture therapies.
Elif is unique healer, she has a strong energetic gentle touch and works with many patients who are afraid of needles, including children and the elderly. Elif practices the living system of traditional Chinese herbalism and integrates the use of many local medicinal herbs. She invites you to the path of longevity through Chinese Medicine and to the fullness that your health can and will experience.
Elif Kuzu is a general practitioner. She treats a variety of disorders including Stress, PTSD, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Insomnia, Vertigo, TMJ, Asthma, Digestive Disorders, Hair Loss, Pain, Motor Vehicle Accident, Addictions (especially smoking cessation), Mental Disorders, Women's Health - including Fertility and Musculoskeletal Disorders.