Linda Greenwood, L.Ac.

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Linda Greenwood received her Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado.  She received specialized clinical training in sports medicine, women’s health, internal medicine, oncology support.  She is nationally certified in (NCCAOM) in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.  Licensed in both Utah and Colorado she holds an undergraduate degree in Geology/Geography from the University of Vermont.  

Following graduation Linda has worked in large integrative clinic in Vail, and Denver, Colorado and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  Her growing experience included treating a wide variety of health issues including women’s health, from infertility to menopause, chronic pain, sports injuries, headaches, autoimmune disease, digestive and respiratory complaints.  Mental-emotional health including depression, anxiety, and stress are also a large component of her practice.  She worked extensively alongside Western practitioners, including Medical Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, Chiropractors, Physical Therapists learning to integrate the best of both worlds.  

Linda treats a wide variety of health complaints, including women’s health, all internal medicine, autoimmune disease, mental-emotional conditions, pain and sports medicine.  Difficult cases are welcome.  She uses an array of techniques and styles to create a custom plan of treatment for each patient.  These include both traditional and Japanese techniques, Chinese Herbs, Cupping, Chinese Massage and Tui Na.  Linda spends a lot of time with patients, going through a thorough health consultation, to help patients get to the root of their issues, helping them to achieve balance, quality of life and prevent further health issues down the road.

Recently Linda has taken numerous continuing education courses in Auto-immune disease, Chinese Medicine in the treatment of today’s modern diseases, and at present working toward a certification in Functional Medicine.  All this should lead to better understanding and treatment of the complex medical conditions patients are experiencing in today’s modern world.