Meet the Team

Alice Choi  Lic.Ac

alicechoiAlice Choi is licensed to practice Acupuncture and herbal medicine in state of Massachusetts and national board certified by National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).  She received Master’s degree in Oriental Medicine from New England School of Acupuncture, nation’s oldest college of oriental medicine in 2003.  Her acupuncture specialties include but are not limited to: pediatric, geriatric, and Korean acupuncture. She also received training in Sa-sang four constitution therapy and Gynecology from Kyung-Hee University, Korea’s most prestigious Oriental medicine school.

After practicing oriental medicine for 10 years, she pursued western patient care by becoming a registered nurse, BSN from MGH Institute of Health Professions in 2014.  Her background as a licensed Acupuncturist and RN BSN enables better understanding of patient’s condition and care.

Patchamol Kanjanakuha Lic.Ac

PatKPatchamol Kanjanakuha, or Pat for short, recently graduated from New England School of Acupuncture with a Masters of Acupuncture degree after receiving her bachelor degree in biology from Kalamazoo College in Michigan. Growing up in Bangkok, Thailand, she utilized eastern medicine and the holistic approach of health and wellness throughout her life. She has always wanted to be in the health care field, to help people and provide the highest quality care to every patient in need.
Outside of clinic, Pat enjoys yoga and bubble tea. She also likes to try out new restaurants all around New England. Some favorite restaurants include Toro, O Ya, and China Pearl for dim sum. She likes to cook Thai food, especially Thai chicken curries, as well as bake cookies. You can definitely ask her for the recipe!

Winona Chan

chanWinona is Dr. Lee’s assistant. She is a graduate of MCPHS University and has worked for CVS Pharmacy for 5 years before working at Sun Wellness Acupuncture. She is fluent in English and Cantonese and is proficient in Mandarin so feel free to converse with her if you have free time. Winona’s approach to health and wellness stems from her upbringing in a Chinese culture.  As a child she remembers eating foods that were “cooling” to help alleviate her sore throat. She loves hearing stories of patients fascinated by how acupuncture has changed their lives and is passionate about providing the very best service to patients. Her personal goal is to have every single patient leave with a smile on their face.

On her off days, Winona is constantly tweaking recipes to incorporate more veggies and nutritious food to her diet. When the weather is nice, you can find her hiking at Blue Hills and walking her dog at Stodder’s Neck. She is also an avid fan of Korean dramas so feel free to recommend any shows if you are also a fan.