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Alicia DeMartin

Alicia DeMartin is a Fairfield, Connecticut native. Ms. DeMartin received her BS from The University of Vermont and a MS in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado. Ms. DeMartin discovered a passion for emergency medicine and orthopedics working as a Wilderness EMT and ski patroller at Stowe VT after college. Moving out West to pursue her passion for skiing, horses and an active mountain lifestyle, she successfully utilized the services of an acupuncturist to treat her own orthopedic injuries. Intrigued and healed, she decided to go against the grain of her medical family and enroll in graduate school for Oriental medicine.

Ms. DeMartin owned a private practice in Vail, Colorado for 6 years and has 9 years of experience specializing in pain management and orthopedics. Alicia loves working with orthopedic conditions, arthritis, injuries, pain of all varieties and post-surgical rehab, especially joint replacements. Alicia is currently working towards a Doctorate in Chinese medicine orthopedics and traumatology.

 

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