What is Community Acupuncture? 2


We are Walla Walla’s only community acupuncture clinic. Patients pay $20-40 per visit and get to relax in comfortable recliners during treatments.


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  • Roni

    I just wanted to know what community acupuncture was. I assume that it is several people get things treatments at the same time. Please send me info as I am very interested.

    • rele1616 Post author

      Hi Roni,

      Community Acupuncture is indeed several people getting treatments at the same time. Intakes are done in a private office to keep your health information confidential, and treatments are done in a common treatment room. Our treatment room currently has two treatment stations (comfy recliners) and all patients remain fully clothed during treatment. We use points on the lower limbs (below the elbows and knees), ears and scalp to treat a wide range of health conditions.

      Seeing multiple patients at a time allows us to charge on an income-base, sliding scale ($20-$40) per treatment. Our goal is to help as many people as possible get the treatments they need to feel their best. Please let me know if you have any further questions

      – Tyler Webster, EAMP