Fort Collins Acupuncturist Terry Fox

I’m Terry Fox, a Fort Collins Acupuncturist.
Fort Collins Acupuncturist, Terry Fox of Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine.
Terry Fox, Acupuncturist, Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine.

I grew up in Wyoming, but I’ve lived in Northern Colorado since 2006.  In 1999, my mother was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called Fibromyalgia. That put me on the road to becoming a Massage Therapist and ultimately a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. When I’m not in the office, my wife and two boys keep me quite occupied. In my spare time, I love reading sci-fi/fantasy novels, fishing, and homebrewing beer and handcrafting mead.

For me, there are few things more exciting than witnessing the deep, positive transformation of my patients. Even if I won the lottery tomorrow, I’d still be coming in to work. I’m just that passionate about what I do!

I’m so blessed and grateful to be a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner! And I’d love to show you how my work can be of service to you and yours.

Education

Mary Elizabeth Wakefield / Diana Horowitz (Boulder / Denver, CO)

  • Constitutional Facial Acupuncture Certification – Advanced Techniques and Basic Techniques. Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, L. Ac., M. S., M. M., AAAOM Educator of the Year, and author of the book, Constitutional Facial Acupuncture (Churchill Livingstone Elsevier), is widely acknowledged as the leading international authority on facial acupuncture.  Diana Horowitz is former Vice President of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado and a Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Specialist since 2005. She graduated (with honors) from the Wakefield Gold Standard Facial Acupuncture Two Year Certification Program. July & October, 2016

Denise Ellinger, L.Ac (Denver, CO)

  • Certification in Cosmetic Rejuvenation Acupuncture. Denise is the Founder of the Cosmetic Rejuvenation Acupuncture System(TM) and Co-Creator of the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture System™. She is currently an instructor at the Colorado School Of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and is also a past President of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado. May, 2015

Master Yun Xiang Tseng  (Boulder, CO)

  • 150-hour certification in Wu Dang External Qi Healing.  Master Tseng is a 14th generation Wu Dang Zhang Sanfeng lineage holder & a 25th generation Long Men Taoist Priest.  February, 2010

Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine  (Denver, Colorado)

  • 2,520-hour graduate level educational program with a strong foundation in Traditional Chinese Medicine (acupuncture and related modalities, tui na, Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese nutrition, and energetic exercise/meditation) with grounding in Western Medicine, all as it is currently taught in mainland China.  July, 2006

Utah College of Massage Therapy  (Salt Lake City, Utah)

  • Massage Therapy Diploma 1,143 total hours.  June, 1999

Casper College (Casper, Wyoming)

  • Associate of Arts in English.  June, 1997

Job Experience

Owner and CEO of Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine, LLC

Primary Massage Provider – Ivinson Memorial Hospital (Laramie, Wyoming)

  • Helped design policies and procedures; provided Massage Therapy on both inpatient and outpatient basis for the first hospital-based Massage Therapy program in the state of Wyoming.

Licenses & Professional Associations

CO #1219 – Licensed Acupuncturist, CO #7370 – Registered Massage Therapist

Former Board Secretary of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado.

National Certification Commission on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
American Massage and Bodywork Professionals
Acupuncture Association of Colorado
American Acupuncture Council

Awards

2015 Best Acupuncturist in Colorado – The Experience Pros Radio Show

2016 Best Acupuncturist in Colorado – The Experience Pros Radio Show

Personal Life

img_1066I love my little family. Life’s beautiful. I’m blessed to be living here in Northern Colorado. I love being a Fort Collins Acupuncturist.