Yu is a licensed acupuncturist. In addition to acupuncture, she is nationally certified in Chinese Herbal Medicine. She graduated from the Arizona school of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2020 in Tucson, Arizona with a Masters in O. M. and in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Arizona. In the summer of 2019, Yu studied at the Changchun University of Chinese Medicine in Changchun, China. There, she had specialized acupuncture training in conditions such as headaches, joint pain, low back pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, etc. At the clinic of Arizona acupuncture school, she has been seeing patients with a wide variety of health problems, including allergies, gastrointestinal dysfunction/irritability, fatigue, anxiety/stress, depression, autoimmune disorders, gynecological problems, etc. Patients' conditions were greatly improved after several visits.
“TCM is a holistic medicine. '' she said:” Western Medicine takes a physicalist approach to the body, while Holistic Medicine takes a whole-body approach. Holistic medicine is based on various principles and traditions, all of which emphasize non-invasive practices, natural products over chemical pharmaceuticals, and the body's ability to heal itself. My first acupuncture treatment as a patient had a great outcome. I want to dedicate myself to TCM by providing patients opportunities of effective holistic medicine. My goal is to help patients to restore, maintain and enjoy health under a holistic and individualized approach.”