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Blackhawk Acupuncture Helps Your Body Heal Itself
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Tracey R. Walker had her course through life plotted. She was a Senior Manager of Finance at a Fortune 500 company, managing ten employees and a $140M department. Unfortunately, she found out within six months that although she was good at what she did, she was less than enamored with the political maneuvering that went with climbing the corporate ladder.

Besides, she had a first love: Herbal Medicine.

In 2011, she completed the 3800-hour Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture. In 2013, Walker became licensed to practice in Colorado in four healing arts: Oriental Medicine Theory, Acupuncture, Biomedicine, and Chinese Herbs.

When her husband took the Parts Manager job at HyMark Motorsports in Pueblo West, they moved to Beulah from Denver in July 2016. After they settled into their new home, she decided the time was right to open her own clinic. At the end of May this year, Walker opened Blackhawk Acupuncture and Herbal Healing Center at 1303 Fortino Blvd., Suite C, in Pueblo and found a satisfaction in helping people that doesn’t “even feel like work.”

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