Dr. Glenn Wilcox is a licensed Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico and is Board Certified in Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, Intravenous Therapy and Injection Therapy by the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is nationally board certified and a diplomat of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in Oriental Medicine, which includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, and Bodywork Therapy. He has completed the American College of Integrative Medicine two-year educational program as a Primary Care Provider of Integrative Primary Care Natural Medicine. He has also completed the National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics year-long specialty program in orthopedics.
Dr. Glenn Wilcox was called to a life path mastering energy medicine during a profound spiritual experience in 1973. Following what that vision revealed decades ago has resulted in the creation and evolution of what Dr. Wilcox calls Wise Medicine®. It is an integrative, energy focused and wise approach to health and medicine that combines current leading-edge, science-based biomedicine and nutrition with the best of the proven effectiveness of traditional medicines from around the world. Wise Medicine® is a strategic system designed to enable Dr. Wilcox to discover the source of your medical issues and then, together with you, create a step-by-step plan that will lead you towards regaining your vitality and resolving your health problems, even problems that others have not been able to resolve for years. He will be your guide to establishing and optimizing your most valuable asset – good health!
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Dr. Glenn Wilcox – Creating Wise Medicine, evolving American Healthcare!
Glenn Lockhart Wilcox began his career in Oriental Medicine in 1973 in Canada and emigrated to study and practice in Santa Cruz, California in 1974. Dr. Wilcox moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1978 to continue his study of acupuncture, life medicine, and aikido with Sensei Masahilo Nakazono, a Japanese master. In 1980 he graduated from Sensei Nakazono’s school in Santa Fe – the Kototama Institute School of Natural Life Medicine – where he was then appointed to the faculty.
Years later, Dr. Wilcox returned to school and completed a focused study of Chinese Herbal Medicine at Southwest Acupuncture College, Santa Fe, from which he received his Master of Science in Oriental Medicine degree in 1992.
In New Mexico, Dr. Wilcox began his practice of oriental medicine in Santa Fe and in 1981 moved his clinic to Albuquerque. He combines highly effective and painless classical acupuncture and manual bodywork therapy with herbal and nutritional medicine, to which he integrates bioidentical hormone therapy. To this he has added injection therapy that includes prolozone, prolotherapy, neurotherapy, trigger point injection therapy, and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) injection therapy, as well as intravenous infusion therapy with high dose vitamin C, ozone, ultraviolet blood photoluminescence therapy, chelation therapy, intravenous nutrient therapy and much more.
Since 1980 he has specialized in the treatment of parasites, working and studying with world-class parasitologist, Dr. Hammed A. Ibraheem, M.D., Ph.D, founder of the Eko University of Medicine and Health Sciences in Lagos, Nigeria.
He served on the State of New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for seven years, five years as chairman. He was the founding president of the Federation of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Regulatory Agencies, a national organization that links state licensing boards, and was elected the first honorary lifetime member of that organization. He was a founding member of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of New Mexico and served eight terms as its president. That organization voted him “Acupuncturist of the Year” in 1989 and “Doctor of Oriental Medicine of the Year” in 1997. He is also a founding member of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, which voted him “Acupuncturist of The Year” in 1993 and “State Board Member of the Year” in 1997.
In New Mexico, Dr. Wilcox led the oriental medicine profession to initiate the creation of cutting-edge laws that both mandated insurance reimbursement for oriental medical services and evolved the oriental medicine scope of practice into the twenty-first century. These laws have served as an example to which other states and other healthcare professions aspire. Most notable is the creation beginning in 1997 of the Expanded Practice Board Certifications. This authorizes New Mexico doctors of oriental medicine, with advanced training and certification, to integrate injection therapy, intravenous therapy and bioidentical hormone therapy into the oriental medical system, thus evolving the most mature, holistic and integrative system of medicine in the nation. Over the past decade this model has been embraced by a growing number of physicians of every type – medical, osteopathic, naturopathic, chiropractic, functional, as well as nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The wave of Wise Medicine® is building!
Dr. Wilcox maintains a clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico and consults with patients across the United States and in Canada.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Megan oversees seamless office operations and maintains an environment of elite care standards. She is responsible for creating a culture of exceptional customer service, with a high priority on nurturing positive relationships with referring clinics, fellow employees, and patients. She also manages clinical policies and procedures, including up-to-date changes relevant to the scope of a holistic medical practice.
Jayden is responsible for assembling, labeling and shipping specimen kits and specimens to their proper destination or laboratory. Jayden also manages bottling, labeling, shipping and tracking the Wise Medicine® plant juices.
FRONT OFFICE COORDINATOR
Aleshanee's duties include the proper maintenance and cultivation of positive relationships with patients. Aleshanee is in charge of scheduling, handling payments, billing, electronic medical records and assisting in the clinic as needed.