Tiffany Nalu Cooley

Nalu received her Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Pacific College of Health & Science – formerly named Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, in 2015 in San Diego, CA.

Nalu received her Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Pacific College of Health & Science – formerly named Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, in 2015 in San Diego, CA.


She is a licensed Acupuncturist with experience in the bodywork field since 2004. Nalu became a massage therapist in 2004, who then received her undergrad in Psychology & pre-requisites for her Master's degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. She studied under the Orthopedic Acupuncturist who wrote the Ortho book for Acupuncture schools and received hands-on training at UCSD focusing on acute and chronic pain & trauma. She has also spent a year interning at Rady Children's Hospital working with patients who suffer from adverse reactions from chemotherapy and radiation, chronic pain, eating disorders, digestive illnesses, ulcerative colitis, and many more ailments.


Nalu specializes in pain management and the mental-emotional physical connection. She pinpoints how and where we hold stress and emotions in the body and how they manifest as pain and ailments in the body. She uses orthopedic acupuncture to work with pain management, and the 5 element theory and traditional theory to work with the mental, emotional & spiritual connection using a mix of acupuncture, bodywork, cupping, sound healing & somatic healing in the treatment.

She is trained in multiple therapeutic techniques including:

Acupuncture

Orthopedic Acupuncture

Fire Cupping

Moxibustion

Herbal Medicine

Nutrition

Electrical Stimulation

Gua Sha

Trigger Point Therapy

Microneedling for the face & body

Facial Rejuvenation

Crystal Sound Healing

Somatic Healing

Reiki

Functional Medicine Student (not practicing)


Nalu's sessions are based on the written/verbal intake she performs with each patient. She then develops a customized therapeutic plan to address the patient's specific needs. Included in the session, she also provides information about self-care and injury prevention and will include nutritional advice specific to the patient's patterns.


She opened the business in 2019, and by 2021 won her 1st award in the 2021 San Diego Union-Tribune reader's poll BEST Acupuncturist and BEST Medical Spa!






(Plaques here?)

Winner of the San Diego Union Tribune’s Best Medical Spa in 2021

Winner of San Diego Reader’s Best Medical Spa & Best Acupuncturist in 2021


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