Oriental Medicine of Tucson


Zen Wei  Oriental Medicine

A Natural Way To Heal

Many people are hesitant when it comes to acupuncture, but it is an incredibly safe, painless way to improve overall health.  This holistic treatment originated more than 5,000 years ago and it has proven effective in clinical trials to treat and prevent many medical conditions.
As noted by the World Health Organization (WHO), the benefits of acupuncture are widespread.  Many patients report feelings of relaxation and improved energy.  It also improves physical and emotional health.  Acupuncture can help relieve a wide variety of ailments, including:

-  Anxiety
-  Depression
-  Hypertension
-  Stress
-  Sinusitis
-  Common cold Symptoms
-  Sciatica
-  Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
-  Arthritis
-  Irritable Bowel Syndrome
-  Migraine and Headache
-  Sports Injuries
-  Weight Loss
-  Neck Pain
-  Low Back Pain
-  Digestive problems
-  Infertility
-  Premenstrual Problems
-  Menopause

Welcome to Zen Wei  -  Oriental Medicine



Susan Wagner began her early training in the medical field as an Emergency Medical Technician at the age of 17.  When she graduated from high school she joined the U.S. Navy where she served for 22 years in the medical field.  Today she is a graduate of Arizona School of Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine with a Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine.  Susan has also obtained a Master of Auricular Medicine with Dr. Li-Chun Huang at the Auricular Medicine International Research & Training Center and studied Medical Qi Gong.  She completed an intensive externship and studied in Haikou, China for 6 months receiving advanced training in Acupuncture, Internal Medicine, Dermatology and Orthopedics.  Susan’s work is driven from her passion for the promotion of Acupuncture and Alternative Health and Wellness.  She is known for her caring and compassion for others.




The theory is that the Qi flows through the body in a certain order and if that order is disrupted then disorders begin such as pain or illness.  Tiny, hair thin needles are placed on the body to balance your natural energy.  The needles are single use and sterile for each person.


A specific manual method of moving QI and body fluids that resembles massage.

Herbal Medicine:

The use of herbs and common plant or animal products has been used for millennia.  Herbs are used for specific reasons and treat the root cause of the disorder and disharmony.  They are commonly combined because of different therapeutic effects and their synergy when used together.

Auricular Medicine:

Many point locations are on the ear and can be used to treat many ailments.  Ear seeds, ear tacks or needles may be placed on certain points in order for the patient to continue treatment after leaving the clinic.  Commonly used for substance abuse, weight loss and pain syndromes.


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First I meet with you to determine your particular needs.  We will review your medical history and discuss what you want to achieve with each treatment.


Cash, Check, Charge, Medical Savings Account


Most with prior approval
Workers Comp
Personal Injury