I am a Chinese medicine practitioner dedicated to assisting people to achieve their greatest level of physical and emotional wellbeing.
Learn more about Dr. Hunter
S. Hunter Thompson is a graduate of the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now MUIH). He is the former Chair of the Theory Division of MUIH’s acupuncture and Oriental medicine program. Dr. Thompson has been affiliated with the University since 1997 and has served in many roles including staff positions such as Director of Alumni Relations. In addition to maintaining acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine practice at MUIH’s Natural Care Center, he is currently serving as an adjunct faculty member as well as lead teaching clinic supervisor.
Dr. Thompson holds a Certificate in Chinese Herbal...
What inspired me to become a wellness professional?
My journey to becoming an acupuncturist began in the 1980s when I became a patient of a graduate of MUIH. My experiences were so profound on both the physical and emotional levels that I realized this treatment modality is powerful. From that experience, I realized that acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine were what I was destined to do. I am very invested in assisting others on their journey to greater well-being.
How my clients describe their first visit?
Patients find that having someone listen to all aspects of who they are and their lives is very empowering. They appreciate having the time to explore the relationship of their concerns with their lifestyle, their emotional situation, and their spiritual wellbeing.
What I say to someone who has never tried Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine?
This medicine is an exploration of you as a whole person, not broken down into parts. We work in partnership to bring you to the fullest sense of wellness in body, mind, and spirit.
Location & Appointment Details
Accepting new clients
By appointment only
Virtual visit available
Sees children & teenagers
Blue Cross Blue Shield