Hui He is a licensed acupuncturist. She has a background in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Medical Qi Gong, which she learned from a traditional holistic healer in China. She moved to the United States and worked for almost six years at a reputable herb shop. There, she learned about different natural healing methods, such as Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Aromatherapy, and Western nutrition, among others. She gained a holistic perspective on how to address various health issues with different healing approaches and how to integrate them with Western medicine. She relocated to Tucson in 2018 and earned a Master's degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. As a licensed Acupuncturist, she combines her diverse backgrounds and academic qualifications to provide personalized and compassionate care to each of the clients. She applies various modalities, such as acupuncture, Eastern and Western herbs, cupping, Guasha, moxibustion, and nutritional advice, to help them achieve their health goals. Compassionate about: Pain relief and internal diseases.
Hui works at our Country Club Rd and NW-Oracle Rd locations
New patient fee: $110.00 Allow up to 90 minutes
Return patient fee: $80.00allow up to 60 minutes
*The fees cover one unit of acupuncture treatment and may vary depending on the procedures performed.
Some reminders before and after acupuncture sessions
To prepare for your acupuncture session, here are some tips to keep in mind:
- Inform your acupuncturist if you have any of these conditions: very high or low blood pressure, pregnancy or menstruation, malignant tumors, lr bleeding disorders.
- Eat a light snack before your appointment, but avoid being too full or too hungry.
- Keep relaxed before acupuncture.
To keep ideal results after acupuncture, you may be careful of:
- Not eating or drinking anything for at least 20 minutes to let your body adjust.
- Avoid cold foods/drinks for the next four hours, or even better, for the whole day. They can interfere with your energy flow and healing process.
- Eating light and healthy meals for the rest of the day. Spicy, greasy, or heavy foods can cause indigestion and inflammation.
- Avoid strenuous activities for at least the next one hour.
- Staying warm and cozy. Avoid exposure to cold air or wind from air conditioners or fans.
- Avoid a shower for at least 4 hours right after treatments like GuaSha, cupping, moxibustion, and/or bloodletting.
Author: Hui He, Acupuncturist in Peaceful Spirit Massage and Wellness Centers
"Hui is fantastic!"
- Donna L. November 2023