Dr. Dana Price is state and nationally board-certified to practice Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes the modalities of acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She is one of the few practitioners in Arizona to be Board Certified in Oriental Reproductive Medicine. Dana received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona before graduating as valedictorian with a four-year postgraduate Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in New Mexico.
Her clinical studies were completed with an internship in gynecology and Chinese Herbal Medicine at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Sichuan, China. Dana made a commitment early on to specialize in the treatment of women’s health — specifically fertility enhancement and pregnancy-related disorders. She has collaborated with many reproductive endocrinologists, obstetrician gynecologists, and perinatologists and is a sought-after teacher and nationally renowned expert in her field.
Dana continues to stay on the leading edge of Chinese Medicine and fertility care, regularly studying in the U.S. and abroad. She has published and lectured extensively on women health topics.
An Arizona native, Dana has been in private practice since 1999. She has served as secretary, and more recently voted in as a Board Director of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. She was also a member of the Arizona State Board of Acupuncture Examiners and the Arizona Society for Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture. She has been a faculty member at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture.
Dana holds current membership in the American Pregnancy Association, Resolve, and the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. As a leader and innovator in her field, Dana has been featured on Sonoran Living, Your Life A to AZ, local news stations, Conceive magazine, Natural Health magazine, Alternative Medicine magazine, the Arizona Republic and the Scottsdale Tribune. When away from the clinic, Dana spends her time nurturing her children, meditating and journeying the path of the Bodhisattva, communing with nature, and exploring the diverse cultures of the world.