Marcey Rosin earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Arizona in 1982, her Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences from the University of Chicago in 1985 and her Master of Arts degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2002.
Marcey has a 23 year career as a medical social worker/ case manager, has operated a private practice in acupuncture in Tucson since 2002; she was a volunteer acupuncturist with Clinica Amistad, a free integrative health clinic in South Tucson and volunteered with Acupuncturists without Borders in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Additionally, Marcey was appointed for a term on the State of Arizona Acupuncture Board of Examiners.
Marcey is trained in all aspects of Asian Medicine, ranging from nutrition to tui na. She is grateful every day that she has the great good fortune to be able to share the wonders of this powerful medicine to assist her patients in obtaining optimum health and well-being.
Marcey loves the unique beauty of the Sonoran Desert and when not treating patients in her clinic you can find her hiking somewhere in the mountains of Arizona and New Mexico, riding her bicycle along the Rillito River or basking in the glory of a desert sunset.
Having lived in Tucson for 37 years (except for two year stint in Chicago for graduate school), Marcey has a deeply rooted connection to the diversity of this region and particpates in events and programs to preserve the cultures and ecosystems of this beautiful area.