Paul Murray is the founder and clinical director of Whole Health Centers multi-modality clinics in South Denver, dedicated to helping people achieve wellness.
Paul is also the founder and clinical director of Acupuncture Associates, the largest group of acupuncturists in the State of Colorado. We provide acupuncturists to private clinics as well as to hospitals and fertility clinics.
Dr. Lin completed her physician training in Beijing at Beijing University in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1992, one of the top TCM Universities in China. Upon completion of her six-year program, Dr. Lin worked at Beijing Xuan Wu Hospital, where she practiced both Western and Chinese medicine as a physician. She was trained to treat a broad range of illnesses and diseases. Dr. Lin received training from Dr. XiaoPing Ji, an internationally renowned and respected acupuncturist, who practices in China. Dr. Ji is the co-author of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion (CAM), the first acupuncture text book in the United States.
Dr. Maggie received her BS in clinical nutrition from the University of Arizona, then worked in Banner Health Hospital with oncology patients and those in need of nutritional support and education. After a few years of seeing patients on so many pharmaceuticals and in chronic distress, she found her true passion in integrated care and decided to pursue a career in acupuncture. Her goal was to become a practitioner who incorporated healing that not only addressed body, but the mind and spirit as well.
Jenelle Girard obtained her Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine in 2010 from Yo San University of Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles and is nationally licensed. During her graduate studies she had the opportunity to complete externships at Being Alive, an HIV outreach acupuncture treatment center in West Hollywood, as well as at Venice Family Pain Clinic, the nation’s largest free clinic specializing in chronic pain conditions.
Joong Yeon Kim completed his Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The four-year program consists of 2,850 hours of education including 990 hours of clinical practice. Joong Yeon's training includes acupuncture, 5 Element Acupuncture, internal medicine, moxibustion, tui na, cupping, Chinese nutrition, auriculotherapy, and energetic exercise. The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine (NCCAOM) certified Joong Yeon as a Diplomat of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture. Joong Yeon is a licensed acupuncturist and is licensed as a Diplomat of Chinese Herbal Medicine through the State of Colorado.
Valerie Lam received her BS in Biology from the University of Colorado Denver with the intention of applying for medical school first then studying Chinese Medicine. After working in in pain management clinics and caring for stroke and cancer patients, she decided to pursue her passion of a gentle, more holistic and natural way to healing and wellness.