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Group Acupuncture Available at New Studio

Michele Smith, owner and acupuncturist at The Gathering Point Community Acupuncture, has opened at 1927 East Grant Road, in central Tucson, to make quality healthcare available and affordable for all. Payment can be made using a sliding scale fee of $20 to $40 with no income verification. Smith says, “Because we are a community clinic, it is easy to get a same-day appointment. Readers can take charge of their health and book an appointment now.” Walk-ins are welcome, too.

Acupuncture can treat a wide rage of ailments, including pain, stress/anxiety, insomnia, allergies, constipation, IBS, hormonal imbalances, neurological issues and more. The Gathering Point Community Acupuncture joins a growing movement of community acupuncture clinics practicing acupuncture the way it is traditionally practiced in Asia, in a community setting.

The benefits of community acupuncture are affordability, the sharing of the healing energy of the room and in a community setting to make appointments with friends and family.

For more information, call 520-777-7444, email [email protected] or visit gpcacupuncture.com
 

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