Traditional Chinese Medicine encompasses Asian bodywork, acupuncture, lifestyle management, and herbology. The Five-Element Theory is based on observation of natural phenomena (seasons, colors, tastes, etc.) and how they affect every aspect of the individual. Health and well being depend on balancing the Five Elements and in the smooth flow of Qi (energy) along meridians (energy pathways) throughout the body. Benefits of Asian bodywork and acupuncture include pain relief, improved flexibility, increased energy, smoother digestion, soothed nerves, and enhanced immune system function. Contact our office at (520) 320-1953 for information on fees and practitioner availability.
Dr. Zhang has a PhD degree in Physiology & Pharmacology, a Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, and is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist in Arizona. With a unique understanding of both Chinese medicine and modern bio-medicine, she uses an integrative approach to help her patients achieve optimal health. Dr. Zhang's strength is based on her cultural and educational upbringing. She grew up in China with a personal understanding of Chinese culture and philosophy. She received her doctoral training in the United States and for fifteen years, pursued a successful career in biomedical research and teaching at the University level. Given her understanding of Oriental and Western medicine, modern science, and ancient healing, she strives to promote the patient's health with an integrative approach that combines the best of multiple medicines.
Hours: Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays at our Country Club Rd. and Nw-Oracle Rd. locations
Rates: Acupuncture Initial Visit $200 (allow 2.0 hours for the first session), follow-up visit $105 (allow 1 hour for each follow-up session)
*The fees cover one unit of acupuncture treatment and may vary depending on the procedures performed.
Incredibly knowledgeable provider [Clare Zhang L.Ac.] with excellent communication skills.