We are a teaching clinic offering exceptional care.

Our patients are cared for by a student practitioner in the final stages of training. They are caring, compassionate and highly committed to treating each person’s unique concerns at the level of body, mind and spirit. Guided by experienced faculty supervisors, your student practitioner will provide treatments tailored to your individual health needs.

Special Offer for New & Returning Patients

Diagnostic visit + two acupuncture appointments for $50.

This package is $70 for current patients.

Offer expires September 5, 2023. Appointments must be scheduled and paid before September 5.

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More information about acupuncture

An acupuncture needle being inserted into a patient's hand.

An acupuncture needle being inserted into a patient’s hand.

Acupuncture is one of the oldest continuously practiced healing systems in the world, dating back thousands of years. By focusing on the powerful interconnections of body, mind and spirit, acupuncture is very effective in restoring health and preventing future imbalances.

The practice of acupuncture is based on understanding the flow of qi, or vital energy in nature and in ourselves. The Chinese have mapped the flow of qi through our bodies along specific pathways called meridians. When our qi is full and flowing, we experience health. When our qi is obstructed or imbalanced, illness and pain can occur. The symptoms we experience are signals that we need to take measures to restore balance. An acupuncturist works towards this end, adjusting energy flow by stimulating particular points along the acupuncture meridians.

When appropriate, acupuncture can be combined with herbal medicine, and/or Western medical treatments, psychotherapy and lifestyle adjustments for optimal benefits.

Acupuncture needles with a bamboo leaf.

Acupuncture needles are refined instruments used to contact the patient’s energy. They are solid, slender, and barely thicker than a human hair. All needles used at the Academy’s clinic are made of fine quality stainless steel, pre-sterilized, single-use and disposed of safely according to national health and safety regulations.

In addition, acupuncturists often use moxibustion to bring more energy to specific acupuncture points prior to needle stimulation. Moxibustion is heat delivered by a cone of a dried herb called “moxa.”

Acupuncture needles are inserted just below the surface of the skin. Most times you won’t feel the needle’s insertion. However, you are likely to feel different sensations of your energy’s stimulation. These sensations will vary from person to person, but many patients describe feeing a dull ache or a tingling that dissipates in a few moments.

Acupuncture has been used to treat many manifestations of illness, both mental and physical. Our acupuncturists develop comprehensive care plans for each patient to address their health outcomes.

Acupuncture can help treat:

  • Arthritis
  • Back pain
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Migraines

Many other conditions can also be treated using acupuncture. For more information about what conditions our clinic can help with, please enter your information in the form above.

Offer Details

Appointments are 2 hours long, Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning, and scheduled on three consecutive weeks. The package must be purchased by September 5, 2023. Appointment times are not exchangeable and services are not exchangeable due to the discounted rate.  Returning patients qualify if they have not seen in the acupuncture clinic since October 2022. Patients qualify for the $70 rate if they have been seen in the clinic since October 2022-now.

The first appointment is a purely diagnostic- your practitioner will take your full health history, discuss your health goals, and do a full physical examination.

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