Welcome To ZenMed

Everyone deserves to be healthy and happy

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Our Mission

At ZenMed we believe everyone deserves to be healthy and happy. We provide a superior patient experience by giving personalized acupuncture treatments, Chinese herbal supplements, dietary suggestions, and lifestyle recommendations to help you obtain your health and wellness goals.

Who We Are

The founder of ZenMed, Aliya Schulze, is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist, and Massage Therapist. She is licensed by the State of California Acupuncture Board and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego with a Masters in the Science of Oriental Medicine. Her clinical internship included service at Rady Children’s Hospital, Integrative Health Nights at the Tubman-Chavez Center and City Heights Wellness Center, as well as the Senior’s Clinic Downtown San Diego. Aliya is very intuitive and has cultivated a deep understanding of the body mind connection. Her passion is helping clients seeking pain relief, prenatal wellness, or holistic weight loss.


Acupuncture is an ancient medicine that involves the use of very fine needles inserted into the surface of the skin to regulate energetic pathways in the body known as meridians.


Chinese herbs are potent remedies derived from plants or animals used to treat various health conditions.


Cupping is an ancient therapy that uses cups to create strong suction on the skin which relieves local stiffness, aching, and stagnation in the muscle tissue.


ZenMed Acupuncture believes that to get the most from acupuncture the frequency of your treatments is just as important as quality of your treatments.


Acupuncture and Foods That Heal

Why you should try ear acupuncture and eat these 3 healing foods. Auricular Acupuncture Ear acupuncture is also known as auricular acupuncture.  The word auricular refers to the ear, and this therapy involves the insertion of tiny needles in the ear. According to...
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3 Tips To Prepare For Thanksgiving Aftermath

Here’s how I enjoy my holiday smorgasbords with minimal discomfort. These tips help me eat as much as I want without the post-turkey tummy woes. This holiday season try these remedies based on Chinese Medicine. Use this acupressure point, drink this easy ginger tea,...
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Healing a Broken Heart with Acupuncture

In Chinese Medicine the spirit, mind, and the body are not treated as separate parts. They are one. When the spirit is injured the body manifests symptoms. When the body is injured the spirit manifests symptoms. Learn about the physical symptoms of heartbreak, how...
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