Ashland Community Acupuncture
Acupuncture is recognized by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to be effective in the treatment of a wide variety of medical problems. Here is a list of a few health concerns that acupuncture has been effective in treating:
- Addiction recovery • Anxiety
- Arthritis • Asthma
- Autoimmune disorders • Back Pain
- Bell's palsy • Constipation
- Colds & Flu • Depression
- Fibromyalgia • Gastrointestinal problems
- Headaches • Heartburn
- Hemmorhoids • High blood pressure
- Hot flashes • IBS
- Infertility • Insomnia
- Knee pain • Menstrual disorders
- Nausea • Neuropathy
- Pregnancy issues • Raynaud's disease
- Repetitive strain injuries • Restless leg syndrome
- Rheumatoid arthritis • Seasonal allergies
- Sciatica • Shingles
- Shoulder pain • Sinusitis
- Stress • TMJ
.... and many more! If your condition is not listed here, give us a call to find out if we can help you!
Monday: 2 - 6pm
Tuesday: 9:30am - 1:30pm
Wednesday: 2 - 7pm
Thursday: 2 - 7pm
Friday: 9am - 1pm
CLOSED 8/22, 8/24, 8/26-27, 9/6
OPEN Monday 9/5 2-6pm
There are eight recliners in our treatment room. Receiving acupuncture in a group/community setting has many benefits; it is easy for friends and family to come in together for treatments, many patients find the group setting comforting and the collective energy in the treatment can make individual treatments more powerful.
How often should i plan to come in?
This handy infographic from our friends at Boynton Beach Community Acupuncture helps explain....
Have more questions?
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Our fees are based on a sliding scale where you chose what to pay, anywhere from $30 to $50 per treatment. We also sell packages of 5 treatments for $125. Research in the United States has shown that acupuncture is most effective when done frequently and regularly. Once a week is usually the minimum required to make progress, and twice weekly early in the treatment process can increase the success rate significantly. The goal of the sliding scale is to keep acupuncture affordable and allow you to come in often enough to get better and stay better.