Lixin Acupuncture Clinics were founded to bring quality acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to the American public. Each clinician has been trained in the Traditional Chinese Medical system, brought by Dr. Lixin Zhang from China and his family tradition.

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By Chinese tradition, Li Xin began his medical training at the age of nine, as he is the tenth generation heir to his family’s medical lineage.  He graduated at the top of his class at Heilongjiang Medical School and eventually became the Chief Doctor of the Acupuncture Department at Beijing's acclaimed Red Cross Hospital. There he administered inpatient and outpatient care throughout the 1,000-bed hospital, acted as a senior supervisor, and participated in the training and overseeing of hundreds of medical doctors in acupuncture. 

Through the 1990′s a number of Dr. Zhang’s medical research studies were published, and in 1993 he was appointed national consultant to the Chinese Family Doctors Association. Distinguished in his field, Dr. Zhang was also featured in both the Chinese national press and television.

Upon relocating to the United States and opening Lixin Acupuncture Clinics, he also spent a number of years as a professor at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, where he served as a lecturer and supervisor/trainer for acupuncture students in the school clinic.

Dr. Li Xin specializes in pain disorders and neurological conditions, such as stroke rehabilitation. His most notable specialty is treating and curing chronic conditions, such as hypertension, asthma, arthritis, high blood sugar, etc. and relieving people of the lifelong medication dependency that is associated with them.

Li Xin's extensive medical and professional background make him among the most qualified and experienced acupuncturists in Colorado and the United States. 

Watch Dr. Li Xin and learn how acupuncture can help you today!



Edie graduated from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver in 2012, obtaining her Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine and her Diplomacy in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Her training encompassed 2,850 hours of prescription and application of acupuncture techniques, adjunctive therapies, and herbal therapies as defined by the Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts. She has been a licensed and practicing acupuncturist for 5 years and is now working at Lixin Acupuncture Clinics an an associate and trainee for Lixin. She is extremely excited to further advance her clinical expertise and to create harmonious states of balance within the body's systems for each patient. 

Edie also obtained her licensing in massage therapy in 2007 from the Institute of Business and Medical Careers School in Fort Collins. She will be specializing in Chinese Therapeutic Massage (Tui Na) while working at Lixin Acupuncture Clinics, open to all patients of the clinic as well as the public (non-acupuncture patients).

Edie is passionate about Chinese herbals and internal medicine, and is excited for the opportunity to utilize Lixin Acupuncture Clinic's full herbal pharmacy to enhance her treatment programs. This will supplement her experience as an herbal pharmacist at Yan Jing Supply (the pharmacy located at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine).

Edie is Colorado-grown and loves the outdoors, walking her dog, and living an active lifestyle. She looks forward to helping patients get miraculous results by utilizing and providing this incredible ancient medicine and wisdom.