Acupuncture In Walnut Creek, CA


Amanda Miller, L.Ac.

Amanda utilizes all facets of Chinese medicine including acupuncture, herbs, moxibustions, cupping, gua sha, and diet and lifestyle modification. She is certified in Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture and comes from a background of fertility and women’s health.


Jenna Hur, L.Ac.

Jenna has always been fascinated with holistic medicine. Growing up she would watch her mother incorporate different Eastern remedies for ailments such as the common cold, coughs, stomachaches, and so on. The success of these remedies fueled a curiosity that allowed her to explore Eastern Medicine in depth as she completed 2248 hours of didactic instruction and 960 hours of clinical training. She received her Masters in Eastern Medicine at Five Branches University, San Jose. She is currently enrolled in the doctorate program as well.

She had the opportunity to work closely with PTST, pain management, stroke rehabilitation, fertility, insomnia, stress, and women’s health. She finds it most rewarding to be able to help people optimize their health and improve their quality of life.

Her hobbies include hiking, gardening, cooking, and discovering new travel destinations.


Dr. Hsun Lee, L.Ac., DAOM

Hsun (pronounced schwinn) is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in the state of California. Her career choice in Oriental Medicine was influenced by her deceased mother, a California licensed acupuncturist. In her youth, Hsun used to watch her mother treating people with needles. As a young child, she only knew needling was very painful and never could understand why people still wanted to be needled. Gradually through her life experience, Hsun learned that acupuncture and herbs could help and treat a lot of illnesses and, often she has seen the (micro) medicine doctors were unable to help to treat the same illness. More and more, she started picking up some books and started looking for natural and alternative ways of solving health problems. The more Hsun learned and studied Traditional Chinese Medicine; the more Traditional Chinese Medicine became interesting to her. It is a fun and amazing stuff. It is medicine and philosophy; it is anything and everything about us, the human being, our mind, our health, our food, and the environment surround us. Finally, Hsun went to University of East-West Medicine and formally learned Traditional Chinese Medicine. Now, Hsun is a California licensed acupuncturist with a degree of Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM).



Beyond Acupuncture

is partnered with Beyond Chiropractic to provide the best in natural health care. Conveniently located in Walnut Creek our team of 4 doctors, 4 certified massage therapists and 4 acupuncturists are dedicated to achieving your wellness objectives by combining skill and expertise that spans the entire health spectrum. Our goal is to maximize the quality of life for all patients through a holistic process that allows the body, mind, and spirit to enjoy its potential.

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