Saguaro Clinic – Acupuncture, Asian Medicine and Massage Therapies in Tucson, AZ

Welcome to Saguaro Clinic, conveniently located in Central Tucson.  This 24 years young Clinic is friendly, comfortable and welcoming. I delight in being able to serve you well.

We have been a group of well educated, well trained and respected practitioners. Due to the pandemic, we closed the Speedway location and Helene will be very soon relocating to 1643 N. Alvernon Way, #102.

Helene continues to offer many Asian medicine therapies to assist you having your happiest and most healthful life. Toward that end, I can help with a wide range of physical and emotional aspects of your life.

The site will continue to maintain the phone numbers for our previous group at least until the end of September.

An overview of Helene’s work:  Acupuncture (both Chinese and Japanese style), Auricular acupuncture (ear), Chinese herbal medicine, remote Medical Qi Gong, smokeless moxa, Gua Sha and Tuina.

Again, welcome. I consider it a privilege to give you my best care and service with Covid 19 precautions in place. Masks are, of course, required.

–Helene Sorkin, MSOM, L. Ac., NCCAOM (Ac)

All sessions are by appointment only.

Only the patient is permitted to enter unless a translator is required. Forehead temperature will be taken prior to entering the treatment area.

 

Contact Us:

Helene Sorkin,L. Ac., MSOM, NCCAOM (Dipl. Ac.)
(520) 319-9711 Main Office

saguaroclinic@qwestoffice.net

Gabrielle Rubin, L.Ac, M.Ac
(520) 404-0092

Sandy Pena,LMT/Reiki, #MT-01878P
(520) 990-6037

Deborah Malone, Lic. Acupuncurist
(520) 471-7808

Amy Champeau, LMFT
(262) 412-0646

Karen Jablo, LMT
Jin Shin Jyutsu 
(520) 250-3522

Celeste Rogers, Lic. Massage Therapist, Trager Practitioner
(520) 990-9048

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