Jonathan Whitehorn, MS. LAc.
Jonathan Whitehorn received his training at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of the top acupuncture colleges in the country. He is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed in the state of Arizona to practice acupuncture and Oriental medicine.
During his schooling, Jonathan spent many years interning in various pain-oriented clinics. While interning, Jonathan was exposed to a wide set of treatment skills to address musculoskeletal pain beyond what is commonly taught in schools. Jonathan also spent time at the Zhejiang Medical University in Hangzhou, China, where he witnessed a wide rand of disorders being treated with acupuncture and herbal medicine in an integrative setting.
Jonathan is a certified Asian Bodyworker specializing in Chinese orthopedic massage (Tui Na) in the Royal Bone-Setting tradition. He also is a former Tui Na instructor at the Arizona School of Integrative Studies (ASIS).
Jonathan is currently undertaking required studies to become a Certified Neuropuncturist, a discipline of acupuncture that combines ancient acupuncture techniques with 21st century neuroscience. See more on our page about Neuropuncture
Richelle Speilman, MS. LAc.
Richelle Speilman is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed in the state of Arizona to practice acupuncture and Oriental medicine. She holds a Masters of Science degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco and is also a certified massage therapist in Asian Bodywork (Shiatsu).
Specializing in women’s health, during her academic studies, she received advanced herbal training in women’s health, fertility, menopause, and postpartum care from Dr. Daniel Jiao and studied adjunct cancer treatments with Dr. Suzanne Friedman. While abroad in Hangzhou, China, Richelle completed advanced clinical rounds at Zhejiang Medical University. Her clinical rounds at Zhejiang medical university included gynecology, pediatrics, autoimmune disorders and musculoskeletal disorders.
Additionally, Richelle interned with Philip Cusick, LAc. studying advanced pain management and resolution techniques with Chinese medicine. She interned for one year at the Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm in Petaluma, CA studying organic herb farming methods and identification of high quality herbs.
In addition to her medical practice, Richelle is an avid gardener and potter. Originally from rural Virginia, Richelle holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia in Asian studies.