Toby Marchand has studied Western therapy techniques, Sports Medicine, Traditional Chinese medicine, and Medical Massage. Although he has treated Olympic athletes and professional volley-ball players, his specialty is treating those every-day injuries that afflict us all—repetitive stress, stiff necks, and lower back pain, along with many more. With over a decade of experience learning, teaching, and practicing therapeutic healing techniques, Toby Marchand is a specialist with versatility, expertise, and—above all—compassion.
As a health practitioner in a society that focuses on stress and productivity above personal well-being, Toby understands the injuries that you can sustain from simply sitting at a desk all day, and the discomfort they can cause. Using his own life as inspiration for his studies, Toby focuses his therapeutic practices on the ones that are made to get you up and feeling your best so you can live your life free of pain and discomfort. Acupuncture, dry-needling, and medical massage are all techniques that Toby has found effective, but combining these therapies with what he calls the “Four Pillars of Health”—that is, Sleep, Diet, Excercise and Mental Health—provides a level of treatment that surpasses any individual therapy alone. It is his belief that medical conditions are best treated with multiple models of healing.
With this comprehensive perspective, Toby has treated conditions for which Western Medicine alone has had limited success in treating. Using Toby’s methodology, migraines, Meneire’s Disease, and non-specific joint pain have all been treated with a notable level of success, as well as internal conditions such as vertigo, stress, and depression.
In addition to his acupuncture clinic in Broomfield, Toby Marchand also teaches at the Southwest Acupuncture College, runs Sports Medicine workshops along the Front Range, and teaches energy work techniques and meditative practices to clients. Likewise, he is active in the local community, giving free consultations and treatments at events held at Movement Climbing Gym.