Jenny Perzichilli Rodriguez MSTCM, Dipl.OM., L.Ac., FABORM

Tending the garden within to cultivate the optimal fertile environment while continuing to provide the nourishment for life to flourish is an approach that I hope to explore with those on their fertility journey.

Jenny Perzichilli Rodriguez is a Nationally licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, and holds both Arizona and California state licenses.  Since entering Chinese medical school 15 years ago she has been driven to bring holistic alternatives into women's health care and continues to stay on top of the latest research in the field. She has been a lead acupuncturist at a thriving Fertility practice in the San Francisco/Bay Area for the past ten years prior to moving back to Arizona.  Helping couples conceive naturally, or with the assistance of ART she has worked with most of the top endocrinologists from Stanford, UCSF and world renowned Doctors including Dr. Rydfors, Dr. Milke, and Dr. Zouves to name a few. Working with complex hormonal imbalances including autoimmune issues, unexplained infertility and male factor, Jenny has been a part of many couples fertility journeys.  She has been a fellow of the prestigious ABORM group of reproductive medical specialists since 2014. She helps maintain high risk pregnancies with regular acupuncture and supplementation, and can offer support through all of the developmental stages of pregnancy.  She has much success in avoiding medical interventions by prepping for labor with "acupuncture inductions" and turning breech babies.  She has a lot to offer for postpartum support from recovery of the birthing process, diminished milk supply, and emotional support.  Jenny has been practicing Chi Nei Tsang, a form of abdominal massage since attending the Desert Institute of Healing Arts in Tucson 20 years ago where she studied Zen Shiatsu under Yoshi Nakano.  She completed her Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, CA.

Jenny loves gardening with her husband, exploring family Italian recipes, and collecting Kachinas. She also enjoys practicing facial acupuncture and had a segment on AZ Family News treating Kim Quintero at the Princess demonstrating a live facial acu-lift during 2021 Phoenix Open.