Brian Vick, LAc.
- – Certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
- – Member of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado (AAC)
- – Licensed Acupuncturist
Balance Point Health is an acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine practice. The philosophy of this medicine lies in the basic understanding that balance, and lack thereof, guides events in life. When grounded, we feel better physically, emotionally and spiritually. Being out of balance invites chaos and disease.
The healing power of acupuncture first revealed itself to Brian at sixteen. While in Taiwan, he received a simple treatment for muscle pain in his right arm. Within an hour, to his surprise, the pain was gone and never returned. Brian’s passion for Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture was ignited in Beijing, China, where he lived for over four years, teaching English and editing English news for the government’s TV station. Total immersion in the local culture included frequent visits to Dr. Li, a well-known doctor and professor of Chinese Medicine. Seeing his health dramatically improve through regular acupuncture and herbal treatments left a lasting impression.
Upon returning to Colorado, Brian enrolled in the Master’s program for Oriental Medicine at South West Acupuncture School in Boulder, Colorado. He became a licensed acupuncturist in Colorado and established his private practice in December 2007.
Through years of working with his kids, Brian has gained experience treating children of all ages. Brian treats children for a variety of disorders, including allergies, ADHD and respiratory conditions, while providing immune system enhancement. Brian is certified in NAET, an allergy elimination treatment that has shown consistent results in treating various allergies. Brian is also certified in Sports Medicine and Pain Management.
Balance Point Health’s purpose is to support each patient through the relief, stabilization and prevention phases of care. Following this strategy allows both patient and practitioner to evaluate and, ultimately, maximize the treatment progression.