Healing Traditions Oriental Medicine of Denver-Lakewood, Colorado is the Oriental Medical practice of Gina Mortellaro-Gomez M.S.O.M., L.Ac., C.H., NCCAOM Dipl. O.M.

Healing Traditions Oriental Medicine (HTOM) is conveniently located just off Hampden/Hwy 285 and South Wadsworth Blvd. in the Academy Park office building complex.

Our purpose at Healing Traditions Oriental Medicine is to restore the body's innate sense of balance and wellness through using the powerful & time-proven modality of Oriental Medicine. Our goal is to provide quality, holistic health care with the intent of motivating and helping people improve their quality of life and well-being. Our office not only offers a professional therapeutic and caring setting, but also a cozy home environment in which to relax.

Healing Traditions Oriental Medicine uses the ancient wisdom from Chinese and Oriental Medicine coupled with modern knowledge from the 21st century to promote health, wellness & overall physical balance. We also believe in an integrated & cooperative healing community in which we will refer patients to other medical practitioners & therapists as their needs dictate.

We will make every effort to communicate and educate in a clear manner, take the time to listen to questions & concerns and thoroughly explain all aspects of our treatments to each & every patient. We will make it our duty to provide treatment with respect, & strive to improve the quality of life of every individual we have the honor of serving.

Healing Traditions Oriental Medicine offers Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal therapy, Cupping, Guasha, Moxibustion, Auriculotherapy/Ear Acupuncture, Asian Body work (Tuina & Shiatsu), Acutonics, Nutritional & Dietary Support, Athletic Enhancement and Facial Rejuvenation.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • General Practice, Musculoskeletal Issues, Sports Medicine & Athletic Enhancement
  • Women's Health (OBGYN & Fertility), Chinese Herbal Medicine

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Acupuncture Association of Colorado and the American Association of Oriental Medicine

Serviced Areas

  • Denver Metro, Lakewood, Littleton, Cherry Hills, Highlands Ranch, Belmar, Englewood

Payment Options

  • American Express, Debit Cards, Discover, Financing Available, MasterCard, Personal Checks, VISA

Contact Details

  Person Gina Mortellaro-Gomez, B.A., M.S.O.M., L.Ac., C.H., NCCAOM Dipl. O.M.
  City Denver, CO
  Zip Code 80235
  Address 7114 W. Jefferson Ave. Suite 208
  Phone Number (844) 739-4325
  Mobile 303-997-9414
  Fax 303-593-4651

Business Representative

Gina Mortellaro-Gomez, B.A., M.S.O.M., L.Ac., C.H., NCCAOM Dipl. O.M.


Gina began her studies in the field of health over 12 years ago, earning a B.A. in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She utilized her degree working as an athletic trainer, and has also spent some time working within the Western Medical field as a nurse. Gina continued her studies & earned her Master's of Science in Oriental Medicine from South West Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado. She is a certified diplomat in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). This includes certifications in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology, as well as, certification in Clean Needle Technique.

Following graduation, Gina received advanced clinical training and a post-graduate diploma in Chinese Herbology from the Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences in Beijing, China. She also completed an advanced clinical externship in Ancient Chinese Medicine (ACM) specializing in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology & Meditation, receiving a post-graduate diploma from The Shanghai Insight Ancient Chinese Medicine Training Center in Shanghai, China. During her time in China, Gina also spent an extensive amount of time studying Tui Na, Tai Ji & Qi Gong.

Upon her return from China, Gina completed an advanced clinical apprenticeship in Acupuncture Sports Medicine with Whitfield Reeves, D.O.M. Gina's training also includes adjunct therapies such as, Moxibustion, Cupping, Guasha, Auriculotherapy, Tui Na, Shiastu, and Dietary and Lifestyle changes. Gina holds a Chinese Nutrition certification from Yo San University, as well as, a certification in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, and a level II certification in Acutonics. Gina has over 3,500 hours of professional training in Oriental Medicine.

Because Chinese/Oriental Medicine holds the philosophy of reviewing the body & its systems as a whole, Gina likes to consider herself as a general practitioner with the ability to address a number of imbalances within the body through treating the entire human landscape. Gina does however, hold specialties in Obstetrics & Gynecology (including infertility), Musculoskeletal issues, Sports Medicine & Athletic Enhancement, and Herbal Medicine. In practice, Gina has a very therapeutic touch and a gentle, yet, effective acupuncture style.

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