A Message from Julie Roth, L.Ac., Founder of Roth Acupuncture
Dear valued client,
In the Chinese tradition, autumn is associated with bringing closure to the growth of summer, storage of the harvest, and preparing for a more introspective time. This is an interesting metaphor for the changes unfolding at Roth Acupuncture, as I transition into a new stage of life - retirement from my Chinese Medicine practice. Beginning January 1, 2017, my friend and colleague, Sherri Giamarvo, L.Ac. will take over my practice and continue to be your support for holistic care here at the center. Sherri brings 15 years of experience in treating a wide variety of conditions, and I feel certain that you will receive extraordinary service under her care. Not only is she very knowledgeable and experienced in the practice of acupuncture, but she is very personable and caring which was important to me in my decision to place you in her care.
It is difficult for me to leave all of you as many of you have become like family. Please know that I have kept all of your interests and needs in mind as I move on. I have every confidence you will be cared for by Sherri with the same respect and positive intention I have always held for you. Thank you for the privilege of serving you over the past 22 years. I wish all of you exuberant health and hope that you and your family will continue to seek the wonderful healing alternatives available through Traditional Chinese Medicine.
About Sherri Giamarvo, L.Ac.
Sherri, a Colorado native, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Colorado in Boulder. Twelve successful yet somewhat personally unfulfilling years in the financial industry fostered a desire to help others and led her to embark on a new career in healthcare.
After graduating from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2001, Sherri moved to Asheville, North Carolina, where she practiced Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine full time at a busy, well-established acupuncture clinic. During her three year “residency” at the clinic, she treated and cared for patients of all ages while practicing under the mentorship of the clinic's director. Sherri and her husband returned to Colorado to begin their family and after sharing 18 months at home with her son, Sherri happily returned to practice. She has had a private practice in Denver and has been an independent contractor with Kaiser Permanente since 2007.
Sherri has studied extensively under Jeffrey Yuen, an internationally recognized Master of Acupuncture and Classical Chinese Medicine. She has also taught classes in acupuncture point location and is a partial owner of Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts in Asheville, NC.
Sherri is NCCAOM certified and licensed to practice acupuncture and Chinese herbs in Colorado. Sherri’s expertise in acupuncture is known throughout the Lakewood/Denver area in treating pain, women’s health issues, and geriatric patients. She welcomes all patients looking to restore their well being, naturally.