Dr. Mason Stabler

Doctor of Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine

Dr. Stabler grew up hiking, biking, and fishing his way through Colorado before heading off to Kenyon College to complete his bachelor’s degree in Biology. After Kenyon, Dr. Stabler received his Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM). This four year degree focused on acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and integrative care. Mason then traveled to Nepal where he volunteered in a rural clinic and directed an acupuncture clinic for four months. Upon his return from Nepal, Mason completed a doctorate program at PCOM to become a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM). After three years of private practice in Vermont and founding two community acupuncture clinics along the way, Mason happily returned to his home and family in Colorado. Dr. Stabler specializes in Orthopedics (physical trauma, pain, postural misalignment, joint replacement recovery, and chronic pain) and Neurology (stress and anxiety conditions, PTSD, migraines/headaches, neuropathy, and stroke and traumatic brain injury recovery). Additional conditions treated at Blue Spruce include gastrointestinal imbalances and pulmonary disorders. Mason is passionate about the pursuit of continued education and has completed over 250 post graduate hours in sports medicine acupuncture. In his practice, Mason uses moxibustion, cupping, gua-sha, e-stim, and nutritional counseling alongside acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to provide the most effective and individualized care possible for each of his patients.