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Acupuncturist and Alternative Medicine Doctor in Glendale, AZ

The Acupuncture Healing Center

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Affordable Quality Community Acupuncture
West Phoenix now has Community Acupuncture at 4358 W. Thunderbird Rd Glendale, AZ available at walk-in treatment and by appointments. There is a $10.00 fee for the first-time visitor. Sliding fees are $20.00-$40.00 your choice of payment for community acupuncture. Treatment time is approximately 30 minutes. Experience sitting in a recliner getting treatment for your specific issues, with others getting treated for their specific needs. Just take your socks and shoes off and slide your pant legs up, sit back and get needled for your own health needs. (EATING prior is recommended! ) Come by yourself or with another for a walk-in community style acupuncture treatment.
Healthy Happy Hour is Monday – Friday from 5 pm- 6 pm at $10.00. Walk-in is first come first serve. This is the use of NADA auricular/ear acupuncture with five body points, socks and shoes off. Treatment time is approximately 30 minutes. Have your health in balance with weekly to daily treatment.
Get the 11th same treatment for free.

Hours will fluctuate on a daily basis. Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday are 11-2 pm. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday will be 12-4pCommunity acupuncture at an affordable cost on the West side. A sliding fee of $20-$40.00 for a full acupuncture treatment. Monday through Friday at 5PM-6PM is acupuncture Happy Hour of five needles in each ear and five body points for $10.00 the treatment time is about 45 minutes from start to finish.

A bit about me. I do Medical Acupuncture with 19 years surgical assisting and 15 years in Acupuncture. Studied in Beijing China worked at 5 teaching hospitals in Beijing learning Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. I treat using my learned experience in Medicine.
I utilize multiple modalities/styles of acupuncture that has the best effective treatment in my experience.

I use acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, cold laser acupuncture, cupping, Gua-sha, moxa, tuina, Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional counseling, physical education and orthomolecular - vitamin therapy in aiding the body's healing and support.

I survived Hepatitis C using acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. I was stuck in surgery with a contaminated in 1991 and 1996 I was positive with the Hepatitis C virus. I have been clear of any viral load documented since 2012 from using Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture.

I have been learning about mental health illness for the last 7 years due to it has affected my son. I have been researching and seeking therapies beyond the pharmaceutical use that is currently accepted as treatment.

My life experiences have guided me to lessons in health and using the best of what I have found to work.
Bio
I have always been in some form of helping others. Since elementary school I have been publicly aiding others in need. I started with those with mental and physical disabilities in the 5th grade.

My first job was working for the Arizona state hospital for severely physically and mentally handicapped at 13.
In that job I was helping to stretch their bodies on balls and do physical therapy type stimulation, as well as feeding bathing and clothing them.

I went to school for Respiratory Therapy at 17 but did not finish my internship do to having a baby.
Later I attended college to work towards Veterinary Medicine. I then married and moved to San Antonio TX where I went to school for surgical technology.
As my husband traveled the country in the military I was able to work at top teaching universities across the country in surgery.

As I was working I got sick with Hepatitis C and found acupuncture by a surfing accident in the rocks where I twisted my ankle and sought out healing for my ankle rather than drugs to treat pain.
The acupuncturist saw that my liver had issues needing help as well as my ankle and he treated them both.
His partner was a Liver Cancer MD from Nanjing China doing research with San Diego State University on Liver Cancer. I saw her for my liver treatment. My hepatologist at The University of California Irvine saw that my liver was improving and I was not taking his medication. He said " keep doing what your doing it is working" I continued and decided this was the true healing medicine and I went to school for this.
I have been doing acupuncture ever since.

My last business in Plymouth MA had become the best in acupuncture three years in a row in the South Shore of Massachusetts.

Now back in Arizona where my husband's family is, and I am beginning a practice again.
Practice Areas
 Acupuncture / Alternative Medicine  Gua Sha
 Aromatherapy  Homeopathic Medicine
 Auricular Acupuncture  Japanese Style Acupuncture
 Bodywork  Lifestyle Counseling
 Chi-Akra / Facial Acupuncture  Massage Therapy
 Chinese Herbal Medicine  Master Tung's Acupuncture
 Classical Acupuncture (Van Nghi)  Moxibustion
 Classical Acupuncture (Yuen)  Online / Video Consultation
 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Issues  Qigong
 Cosmetic Acupuncture  Shiatsu (Acupressure)
 Cupping  Tai Chi Chuan
 Dietary Therapy and Nutrition  Traditional Chinese Acupuncture
 Dr. Tan's Balance Method  Tuina
 Electro-Acupuncture
Certifications
 Acupuncture (NCCAOM)  Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.)
 Master of Traditional Medicine (MSTOM)  National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
 Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
Education/Training
I started acupuncture school at South Baylo University in Anaheim, CA . Orthopedic Acupuncture at the American Acupuncture Academy in Woodland Hills, CA. After my internship in Beijing, China I finished my schooling in Santa Monica, CA at Emperor's College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in 2003. Throughout my school and continued education, I have learned from great teachers such as Richard Tan, Jimmy Chang, Dr. Wei Chi Chung, and Bob Doane. I utilize Balance Method and Master Tung style acupuncture. 2003 Graduate of Emperor's College of Traditional Medicine with a Master's of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
2001 Beijing University of Acupuncture
2000 South Baylo University the beginning of my acupuncture education.
Education at schools in CA, AZ, TX and TN.
Memberships
NCCAOM
Payments Accepted
Cash credit debit
Hours:M-F 9-6pm hours vary please call
Cost/Session:Sliding fee $20.-$40.00
License:Arizona 1009
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Location
4358 West Thunderbird Road
GlendaleAZ 85306
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