About Us

Fusion Health Acupuncture Clinic was started by Nancy Nguyen in March 2008.

Nancy finished her undergraduate degree in biology and pre-medicine studies in 2002 and then went on to earn her certification in massage therapy 2003. She continued on and attained her Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in August 2006. She was certified as a Diplomate in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in August 2006. This includes certification in Clean Needle Technique and Chinese Herbology. Nancy also received additional training and experience at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2007. This program consisted of 300 hours of training which incorporated internships with local area hospitals and advanced acupuncture techniques specializing in motor impairments, neurological disorders, and pain therapies. She also completed an internship with Claudia Citkovitz, L.Ac in Brooklyn, New York’s Lutheran Hospital assisting in the Labor and Delivery department with acupuncture.

“The softest thing in the world dashes against and overcomes the hardest; that which has no substantial existence enters where there is no crevice.” Lao Tzu

In 2011, Nancy attained her doctoral degree training at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM). OCOM’s doctoral program is one of three regionally accredited institutions in the United States. Her specializations are in internal medicine with emphasis in women’s health, fertility, wellness and pain syndromes. She also practices acupuncture and Chinese medicine at the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Colorado Hospital where she treats many patients suffering from the side effects of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, chronic pain syndromes such as fibromyalgia, women’s health, inpatient and outpatient care.

One of Nancy’s passions includes volunteering and helping those unable to help themselves. She helps her husband, Dr. Joshua Solomon, with their charity Viet Nam Health Improvement Project (formerly known as the Hoi An Foundation). Their goal is to improve healthcare delivery in the neediest parts of Viet Nam. They succeeded in starting a program where healthcare providers in the local clinics were being trained by international doctors and nurses in the treatment of chronic disease. The Viet Nam Health Improvement Project is working with several other organizations in central Viet Nam, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Viet Nam Ministry of Health. The project’s focus of sustainable health care improvement in the treatment of chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, also includes pediatric HIV and heart diseases. Nancy travels to Viet Nam a few times a year or as frequently as her schedule permits. For more information about this charity, please visit www.vnhip.org.


Lynda Kelley is a Certified and Licensed Massage Therapist who has been practicing for 14 years in  the Denver area.  She graduated from the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado in 2006 with her Year 1 training and completed the Year 2 advanced therapies training in 2014.  She integrates many modalities such as; deep tissue, swedish, joint range of motion, myofascial release, posture alignment and trigger point therapy. She was an instructor at MTIC for many years and continues to sub classes when time allows.  She specializes in injury prevention and recovery and loves to educate her clients as she works.  She believes being able to talk about your body  and its needs will lead to quicker recovery and prolonged health.  Each session will most likely be different as it is based on your needs and goals.  “It is absolutely necessary to find joy in our bodies and to understand that our bodies can bring us joy if we care and nurture ourselves, as a priority”.

Nancy is a registered acupuncturist in Colorado and is a certified massage therapist. This clinic complies with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Colorado Department of Health, including the proper disposal of needles and sanitation of acupuncture offices. Only single use, disposable, factory sterilized needles are utilized.