Acupuncture for all!
—Your place for affordable, effective acupuncture in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley! We offer acupuncture on a sliding scale of $15-$35 per treatment. –You decide what you pay; no questions asked, ever.—
We accept cash, checks, debit and credit cards.
Your first visit includes an initial consultation and an acupuncture treatment and costs $35. Treatment will always be personalized to you. For info about your first visit please click here.
Our vision is to build community by providing reliable, affordable acupuncture services.
We welcome people of all genders, races, colors, incomes, national origins, ages, abilities and disabilities, marital and immigration status, familial situations, religions, sexual orientations, and political beliefs. Your level of care will never be based on any of these factors.
Why Center Point Community Acupuncture?
Adapted from Lisa Baird, Guelph Community Acupuncture, Ontario, Canada
Because acupuncture doesn’t have to be expensive to be effective.
Because nothing breaks through the isolation of pain, illness, and depression like healing in a room with other humans.
Because the best way to spread the word about how well acupuncture works is to make it available to everyone.
Because we are pleased to challenge the notion of value being attached to price.
Because there aren’t enough spaces where people switch off cell phones and rest.
Because for thousands of years acupuncture has been practiced in groups.
Because returning acupuncture to its roots makes us the happiest of humble radicals.
Because we at Center Point love our work so much we couldn’t imagine doing anything else.
We are part of the community acupuncture movement.
Welcome to CPCA!
We are proud members of the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA), a cooperative of acupuncturists, patients, clinics, and organizations dedicated to building community around affordable, accessible acupuncture. Do you have friends or family in another city or state who need affordable acupuncture? Do you want to learn more about the movement? Click here https://www.pocacoop.com/ to find POCA clinics across the country and read about community acupuncture.
Long Live POCA!