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September 01st 2015:Cosmetic Acupuncture...It's More than Skin Deep

Cosmetic Acupuncture...It's More than Skin Deep will feature licensed Colorado acupuncturist Terry Fox. Terry will provide an introduction to the 5 branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine that he practices, and then focus on his specialty of Cosmetic Acupuncture. His goal is to help women turn back the aging process without any side effects, and give their confidence and self-esteem a boost. By promoting quick collagen production and instantly stimulating local circulation, Cosmetic Acupuncture rejuvenates your appearance. As a result, it engenders balanced body function, and when you're bal

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Terry Fox

When he was 17, Terry’s mother was diagnosed with a chronic and painful autoimmune disease. Inspired to help her, Terry was led to the Utah College of Massage Therapy. After graduation, he helped create the first hospital-based Massage Therapy program in the state of Wyoming. Four years later, Terry made the leap into Acupuncture. He earned his Master’s Degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in only three years. From there, he went on to found Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine, serve as Secretary for the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, and become Best Acupuncturist 2015 according to The Experience Pros radio show. His current focus is helping women feel better
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