Lea Inoue

Lea Inoue, L. Ac., Dipl. CH is Nationally Board Certified in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. Coming from a Western Medical family, she believes that Eastern and Western modalities together give the patient the best opportunity to heal. Lea feels it is her mission to restore health to the patient with a gentle hand, kind words and expert treatment.

Acupuncture treatments are sterile needle safe, relaxing, gentle and most importantly effective. Lea specializes in the resolution of pain of all types and severity, stress relief and insomnia. Physicians throughout the valley refer patients to Lea for her excellent work and truly amazing results.

Lea graduated with honors from the East West College of Natural Medicine in Florida and completed a further internship at Health South Rehabilitation Hospital in Sarasota, Florida. Lea has studied throughout China (PRC) and has the great fortune to have studied with the most notable experts in the world of Chinese Medicine in Pain treatment, Neurology, Ob/Gyn, ENT, Auricular therapy and Qi Gong Energy healing. Lea practice's in Mesa and Gilbert, Arizona.

Is Acupuncture Good for Pain?

The answer is a resounding YES!

Acupuncture is famous in the treatment of any type of pain syndrome. It is the first choice method in Asia, especially China and Japan in the treatment and rehab of pain. Doctors from these countries prescribe acupuncture for pain because narcotic pain killers such a Codeine are not allowed for the general public. As knowledge increases, Acupuncture is currently becoming more well known in the US.

When Can I See Results from the Acupuncture Treatment?

With my patients I often find them having fantastic results only within the first 3 treatments, regardless of how severe. This is the honest truth.

  • Coming in with walkers or canes and leaving without using them
  • Returning back to their sports game and performing well without problem
  • Up all night with neck pain having their first good night sleep in months
  • Saying they are returning back to their "normal" lives
  • Returning to work and being as productive as if nothing happened
  • Driving without pain from their sciatica
  • Exclaiming they have no numbness running down their arms or legs

  • When Should I Come In?

    As soon as possible. Very often I treat last case scenarios, patients who have tried everything else to ease their pain and get their lives back to "normal." They often say if they had thought about Acupuncture sooner they could have alleviated so much grief, pain and frustration from their lives. Often people have been out of work or performing poorly for quite awhile until they come in for treatment.

    I say take care of the issue now, you have nothing to lose except the pain! — Lea Inoue