Catherine J. Lumenello, L.Ac.
In 1999 I began studying Qigong and Feng Shui under the guidance of a Taoist Priest. Over time, my Qigong practice and Feng Shui consultation work led to a greater interest in Chinese Medicine as a whole, and I have been in private practice as a Licensed Acupuncturist since 2005.
As a practitioner, I have a general family practice, treating kids as well as adults. I am happy to work with other integrative medicines, including the Western Allopathic tradition, but remain dedicated to Chinese Medicine and a Classical approach. As an Acupuncturist, my expertise lies in the treatment of trauma (emotional, physical and PTSD), auto-immune disorders, digestive concerns, gynecological health, and tension or stress management. I also volunteer my time for the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) Wellness Clinics, helping to alleviate the symptoms and treatment side effects of HIV/AIDS.
I hold a Bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College, a Master of Fine Arts degree from Tyler School of Art of Temple University, and a Master of Acupuncture degree from the Asian Institute of Medical Studies. I grew up in Massachusetts, and have called Tucson my home since 2001.
2011 “Life Connections with David Blum” JOLT 1330 AM (Airdate: February 26, 2011)
2011 “Alumni News” Skidmore Scope, Winter 2011
2010 “Wellness Clinics” Group Volunteer Award, Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation