Tula Wellness and Aesthetics Welcomes Three New Practitioners




Amy Marinoccio comes to Tula Wellness with a wide background in the aesthetics field, having worked for one of Tucson’s most respected plastic surgeons, where she perfected her craft in skincare and laser treatments. Marinoccio views each client as a whole, customizing treatments to each of their needs for the best aesthetic outcome. Treatments that she specializes in are IPL, laser hair removal, laser resurfacing treatments, chemical peels, dermaplaning, micordermabrasion and PRP.

Dr. Patricia Jalomo is a board-certified women’s health nurse practitioner and pelvic physiotherapist with nearly 25 years of experience in women’s health nursing. She has had specialized training in pelvic muscle evaluation and the treatment of pelvic muscle dysfunction. By combining non-surgical therapies and behavioral modifications with the option of pharmaceuticals, women who suffer from urinary and fecal incontinence, chronic pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse and sexual dysfunction have seen significant improvements in their quality of life. She is board certified by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) and is certified as both a personal trainer and health coach.

Andria Pizzato, DNP, FNP holds a Doctorate of Nursing from University of Arizona with an emphasis in family medicine. She is a graduate from Dr. Andrew Weil’s Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine fellowship class of 2017. She has a background in both integrative medicine research and integrative primary care for people of all ages since starting her career in 2011. Her treatments draw from a blend of conventional and integrative modalities with accumulative knowledge ranging from conventional practices, evidence-based therapies, holistic medicine, nutrition and mind-body modalities for the optimal health and wellness of her patients.

‚ÄčLocation: 2404 E. River Rd., Ste. 251, Tucson. For more information, call 520-577-1129, email Info@TulaWellnessMD.com or visit TulaWellnessMD.com. See ad, page 2.

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