Community Acupuncture North Port from Points for Health
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Community Acupuncture

Community acupuncture is an ideal way to treat a variety of issues as well as being affordable. This treatment style is best for those who are comfortable relaxing in a room with others and appreciate the sense of community this brings. In this model, the practitioner meets briefly with the patient in a quiet area and then treats them in a community setting in chairs are set up in a larger room. The patient is asked to wear loose clothing so that they can have needles placed in areas from the elbow down, the knees down, and on the head and neck. The sliding scale pricing is there so you can choose an amount that allows you to come often enough to get great results. The number of treatments needed varies and is discussed in your initial visit.

 

Community Acupuncture – offered on a sliding scale of $20-$40

Benefits of Acupuncture

Community acupuncture has a multitude of benefits and can be used to treat many illnesses. Here at Points for Health we emphasize the use of acupuncture as part of choosing a healthy lifestyle.

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More Balanced Energy
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Clearer Thinking
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Improved Sleep
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Improved Digestion
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Move More Freely
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Emotional Balance
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Relieve Stress
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Relieve Pain

History of Community Acupuncture

While community acupuncture is a modern and refreshing way of participating in this form of medicine in America, in China this is much closer to how medical clinics have been run for centuries. The community acupuncture movement began in 2002 in Portland, Oregon. Community acupuncture was designed to make acupuncture more cost effective for patients and increase its availability to the general public. POCA, or the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture, is a guiding organization for this movement and currently has over 100 clinics in the United States as members.

Hear from Our Patients

“I have been seeing Rebecca for acupuncture for many years now. I have had an array of issues that she has addressed from severe headaches to post knee surgery. In all of my ailments she has been knowledgeable and incredibly prepared. She is genuine in her approach with her patients and as result of the treatments I have experienced pain relief and overall relaxation.”

S.M.

“Dr. Rebecca Moore has been treating me since 2011. Rebecca has a level of caring and professionalism that has been unmatched by any healthcare provider I’ve worked with. She takes the time to listen and asks questions. Her work on both of my shoulders definitely saved my career, and she’s always the first one I turn to when a health issue or injury arises.”

J.G.

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