While most Acupuncturists see one patient per hour at an average of $65-$175 per treatment, the Community Acupuncture model is where the Acupuncturist sees several patients per hour in a common area. This format allows us to treat our patients at a much more affordable rate while still providing optimal services. It also allows you to come in with your family or friends and receive treatments together.
The Community Acupuncture Movement was created by several acupuncturists in Portland, Oregon at a clinic called Working Class Acupuncture as a creative response to the economic inaccessibility of health care in the United States.
You will receive your acupuncture treatment in a quiet peaceful room at the same time as other patients. After a brief consultation where we will go over your chief health complaint and health history, you will lay on a comfortable recliner and we will gently insert tiny, one-use, sterile needles into your scalp, legs, feet, arms, hands and face. You will spend the rest of your treatment relaxing or even sleeping in your recliner.