Rachelle Lambert, MAOM, Dip. OM, CO L.Ac. No. 2007,
Unit Coordinator of the Colorado Acupuncture Medical Reserve Corp.
Education, Certification and Experience:
Rachelle Lambert has earned a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, graduating from the prestigious school the Academy of Integrative Medicine at Austin. She is licensed through the Colorado State as a Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, and certified by NCCAOM as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine. Over the course of her 4 year study, she learned special techniques in weight loss, dermatology, pediatrics, cosmetic acupuncture and facial rejuvenation. Rachelle was fortunate enough to study in China at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and trained in a Chinese medical hospital. As part of her internship, she practiced acupuncture at Seton Williamson County Hospital in Round Rock, Texas. Rachelle spent time in 2010 and 2011 changing lives around the world on cruise ships. She has worked for Royal Caribbean and Celebrity, on ships including Splendour of the Seas, Eclipse, and Oasis of the Seas. She has a collection of testimonies that you may read proving fast and effective results. Rachelle participated in a research group at University of Texas at Austin. She published two articles in the Wellness Section of two L/G Style Magazines in 2012. Rachelle is also the Creator and Director of the First Annual Natural Living Festival, Austin, TX, 2014. Rachelle has post-graduate education in orthopedic acupuncture, with a certification from Lerner Education partnered with the Whole Foods Market Global Risk Team. Rachelle is certified in Nefeli and Jamie Wu’s Facial Rejuvenation systems. In 2015 Rachelle became certified in acupuncture injection therapy. Rachelle is the Unit Coordinator of the Colorado Acupuncture MRC, and is fully involved with planning, procedures, recruiting, deployments, and training of acupuncturists in a state wide acupuncture MRC. While working on cruise ships crew members were trained in emergency procedures and Rachelle realized that one person can truly make a difference in many lives during times of crisis. Rachelle began to volunteer in 2014 and has been involved with deployments internationally in Nepal after the earthquakes of 2015, in Colorado Springs during the Planned Parenthood Active Shooter Recovery in 2015, and the Colorado Cold Springs Fire Response and Recovery in 2016. Rachelle also supported Texas and Florida efforts to informally respond to natural disasters and community crisis, as well as supporting the acupuncturists in those states to join local MRCs and create their own state wide unit. Rachelle is also involved with developing research studies to explore acupuncture treatments and strategies in the field of natural disasters and community crisis. Rachelle plans to apply for future grants in effort to study acupuncture further in the field of emergency management medicine.
None of these licenses, certificates or registrations has ever been suspended or revoked.
Clinic Fee Schedule (payment is due at time of service):
60 Minute Acupuncture Treatment: $80
100 Minute Facial Rejuvenation Treatment: $140
30 Minute Herb Consultation: $40 + cost of herbs
• Patients are entitled to receive information about the methods of therapy, techniques used, and the duration of therapy,
• Patients may seek a second opinion from another health care professional and may terminate therapy at any time.
• In a professional relationship, sexual intimacy is never appropriate and should be reported immediately to the Director of the Division of Registrations in the Department of Regulatory Agencies.
• Rachelle Lambert’s training and experience in the recommendation and application of adjunctive therapies and herbs as defined by traditional oriental medical concepts.
This clinic complies with all rules and regulations promulgated by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, including the proper cleaning and sterilization of needles and the sanitation of the acupuncture office.
The practice of acupuncture is regulated by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.
Any complaints should be directed to:
Director of the Division of Registrations
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350
Denver, CO, 80202