Bob Tank Jr.
I love what I do and plan on continuing in my practice until I am too decrepit to continue.
I am a general practitioner and work with folks of all ages with all sorts of challenges:
Physical (pain, acute/chronic illness, injuries, some fertility problems);
Emotional (grief/loss, anxiety, traumas, assaults, incest);
Spiritual (addictions, sleep disturbance, adoption issues, terminally ill).
You name it I have probably heard about it and worked with it before in my various careers.
I have been very successful with folks with allergies of all sorts, and/or sinus problems.Helping many avoid suggested surgeries.
These clients are so easy to help and I get most of them relief in just a number of sessions.
All of these processes are done on the energetic level using acupuncture and herbal remedies, some homeopathies and supplements.
I believe in a holistic approach to helping others and honor the therapeutic relations that my clients have with other healthcare professionals, working together to get the individual to a stronger, healthier and perhaps peaceful place.
I hope this gives you an idea of what my practice is like.
Please contact me with any questions you may have.
Bob Tank Jr.
Bob has credentials in both Eastern and Western healthcare traditions.
He is a Board Certified Diplomat in Acupuncture and studied Chinese medicinal herbs extensively.
He studied at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CSTCM) in Denver Colorado (3,800 hours of class, clinical and practical training) and graduated in 1998.
He also has experience in Homeopathy and Western supplements and has been practicing the healing arts for twenty years.
Bob is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado.
His healthcare experience began in 1974 and includes over 35 years in the mental health field as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); a Diplomat in clinical social work (BCD) and includes experience working with people of all ages and in a multitude of settings.
Bob received his Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1976.
Bob has practiced and studied several forms of Qi/Chi cultivation. He is a member of the Taoist Tai Chi Society USA and a daily practitioner of Taoist Tai Chi. He has studied this form for over 25 years and has instructed Taoist Tai Chi over 18 years. Bob sits on the state level Board of Directors and served as President for six years.