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Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and More Comes to Tucson

Mar 31, 2015 09:35PM

After many years at Spa Zen in Tubac, Arizona, practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, Cera Lynn, L.Ac, LMT moved her practice to Tucson where she is currently working out of the Skin Appeal location. Cera Lynn is also a licensed massage therapist and her interest in lymphatic drainage, anti-aging and aromatherapy led her to obtain certification for skincare and aesthetics. She has been practicing for nearly 30 years. 

Her experience in healthcare began with an interest in the anti-aging work of Drs. Kugler and Mendelsohn and receiving her BS in Nutrition, followed by earning Holistic Health Practitioner certification from the International School of Professional Bodywork. Working within the chiropractic realm for a number of years, she learned to merge her nutritional background with the physical aspects of dysfunction. With four more years of education at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, all of her previous studies and diagnostic techniques she discovered were merged into an integrative whole.

Today, the focus of her practice is on integrating eastern and western approaches to wellness and preventative care. Acupuncture training enables her to specialize in Women’s Health issues, such as menopause, fertility, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, as well as other pain-related disorders and her herbal education in the Western and Chinese Materia Medica is a bona-fide gift to her patients. 

Location: Located at Skin Appeal, 1700 E. Fort Lowell Rd., #108 Call 520-398-9886 or visit CeraLynnLac.com. See ad page 11.

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