Tempe Community Acupuncture is proud to be family owned. Here at TCA, we believe high quality healthcare should be accessible, affordable, comfortable and simple.
We are community activists who work to support good health. We go against convention, we are patient focused not profit-driven. You won’t hear us throwing our titles around. You won’t see us wearing lab coats. We are proficient practitioners who look like, dress like, and act like our patients. Community acupuncture is not a spa treatment that only the wealthy are able to afford. It is not a luxury, it is health care. We are committed to providing affordable alternatives in health care. We are not acupuncturists, we are acupunks…
and proud of it!
Heidi McHardy, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., Acupunk
Heidi is the full time ‘Acupunk’. Heidi has a Master of Science degree in Acupuncture. She studied at both the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture. She is nationally board certified by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine and fully licensed in the state of Arizona. She has also studied under several great mentors on a one on one basis for specialized training. After a lifetime of moving around the country, Heidi decided to put roots down, make Arizona home, and get “Stuck in Tempe”. Heidi utilizes a variety of gentle techniques that combine different systems in order to help restore health and alleviate pain. When she is not busy doing acupuncture she can be found hiking, exploring, and hanging out with foster dogs.
Amanda Lewis, Clinic Manager
Amanda is the TCA greeter, receptionist, organizational mastermind, cashier, the list goes on and on. She does a little bit of everything as clinic manager, from scheduling to inventory. Her enthusiasm and skills keep TCA running super smoothly. She is known for her optimism, love of Christmas music, and peppy spirit.
Ilana Haas, Front Desk Sub
Ilana is one of TCA’s Front Desk subs. Ilana’s life long passion for learning about other cultures and all things interesting led her to pursue a Bachelor’s in Anthropology, to become a Certified Shiatsu Therapist, to travel to over 10 countries, and to constantly explore local ethnic restaurants. In the winter months, she enjoys exploring local trails, and, in the summer, escaping the heat by exploring Northern Arizona.