About Sarito Carroll, MSOM, L.Ac.
Sarito Jennifer Carroll received her Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest acupuncture college in Boulder, Colorado in 2007. Her training was comprised of more than 3000 hours (over 160 credits) of training in subject areas including acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, western pathology, and nutrition. She also completed 3 years of clinical rotations as part of her studies. Sarito is nationally board certified as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the NCCAOM, and is licensed in the State of Colorado. Colorado license #1380.
In addition to being a Chinese medicine practitiioner, Sarito has a long-standing interest in natural health, and grew up using natural remedies for conditions ranging from asthma to staph infections. She was exposed to western herbs that were grown in her mother's garden and, as a curious child began gathering knowledge of western herbs, natural treatments and nutrition. Aftrer working in the high-tech arena for over a decade, she returned to her passion and went on to study Chinese medicine and become a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist. Sarito is always expanding upon her knowlege by continually studying in the arenas of not only Chinese medicine, but also functional medicine and nutrition.
Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, Southwest Acupuncture College, Boulder, Colorado. 4.0 GPA and recipient of the academic achievement award.
Bachelor of Arts in Humanities with a minor in Art History, University of Colorado, Boulder.
Graduate Studies in Human Computer Interaction University of Colorado, Boulder.
Sarito's Mission Statement:
"I strive to promote optimal physical and emotional health using a blend of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, nutrition, and lifestyle counseling. I treat the individual, not the disease, and create professional and supportive alliances with my patients. I work closely with other care providers, including medical doctors, psychiatrists, and other practitioners to provide my patients with well-rounded integrative medicine. I believe in the integration of Eastern and Western medicine, and work to advance the understanding and practice of Chinese medicine within the Western medical context. I promote integration through education and research, and by applying my knowledge within the clinical context."