Stuart Dimson LAc, Dipl, O.M. is an Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbal Medical practitioner in Broomfield, Colorado. Stuart studied Traditional Chinese Medicine at Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder Colorado and graduated at the top of his class with a Master's Degree in Oriental Medicine. He then earned a specialized degree from the Shanghai Insight Ancient Chinese Medicine Training Center in Shanghai, China. While there he studied in a mentorship program under Dr Li Xin, who is recognized at the top of his field in China. Stuart has over 3,000 hours of training in Acupuncture and Asian Body Work. He specializes in pain management, from back pain to headache, as well as digestive disorders and emotional disorders such as anxiety, depression and irritability. Stuart is also a Chinese Herbalist with over 4,000 hours of training in the United States and China and keeps an herbal pharmacy in his office with over 160 bulk Chinese Herbs.
In addition to studying in China, Stuart had the privilege of studying Japanese Acupuncture with Ted Hall of Boulder, Colorado. Ted was a student of the late Sensei M. Nakazono, Aikido and Natural therapy master at the Kototama institute. This form of Japanese Acupuncture is gentle and effective, using Pulse Balancing to help return the body to a healthy state of equilibrium.
Stuart is constantly expanding his knowledge and furthering his education of Ancient Chinese Medicine. Most recently he has been studying the global balancing techniques taught by Dr Richard Tan, which treats conditions of pain quickly and directly. This method uses the central and peripheral nervous systems to stimulate production of chemical compounds responsible for reducing inflammation and pain such as opioids and enkephalins. Since sensory nervous signals travel at 65 feet a second the results can be almost instantaneous after the needles are placed in many cases.