Erika Schultz is a Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc) and a certified Applied Clinical Nutritionist (ACN).
Erika holds a Masters of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine and advanced certifications in clinical nutrition through Texas Chiropractic College and Ulan Nutritional Systems, Inc. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Family Studies from Central Michigan University and a 200+ hour Hatha (Roots) Yoga Certification from Vital Center for Mind-Body Health.
Erika’s passion for integrative medicine began at a very young age, with two parents who took a practical and critical perspective on healthcare when she began experiencing her own personal health crisis at the age of twelve. For years she managed the symptoms of her condition fairly successfully via preventative measures and medication. Over time, however, she began to see the impacts of stress, diet, and the pharmaceutical drug on her body.
A chronic foot condition led her to discover the healing benefits of acupuncture and then a few years later, encouraged by her twin sister and brother who are also healthcare providers, she was introduced to Nutrition Response Testing℠. As a client she began to see immediate results- in energy level, weight loss, and overall vitality and quickly knew she had to share this system with her clients. She is passionate about helping them restore their own health by uncovering and addressing root causes and revealing the body’s innate ability to heal itself.
Currently, Erika is the only Nutrition Response Testing℠ Advanced Clinical Trained (ACT) graduate in the greater Denver/Boulder, CO areas. This means she has taken advanced coursework and clinical training in Nutrition Response Testing℠ and has the credentials to teach other healthcare providers about this unique and effective approach to handling un-resolving cases. See upcoming workshops for both patients and providers here.