Roxborough Community Acupuncture is a community acupuncture clinic in Roxborough, right next to Manayunk, on the plateau of the Manayunk “Wall”. (map) We provide acupuncture in big, cushy, comfortable, reclining chairs. Gentle music plays in the background. Most people lie back and fall asleep, or drift into a calm, peaceful mental state.
Our sliding scale is $15 – $40. Why a sliding scale? And, why such a low cost? Well, because it allows you to spend what you can truly afford, instead of having to sacrifice your well being for the sake of other priorities in life. It also allows more people to come for treatment, and to come more often…so that you get the true benefit of acupuncture…which is getting, and staying, well.
We provide treatment for:
Back Pain • Joint Pain • Quit Smoking • Chronic Pain • Allergies • Asthma • Infertility • Acid Reflux • Depression • Anxiety • Stress • Insomnia • Addiction • PMS • Menopause • Hot Flashes • Migraines • Back Pain • Immunity • Sinusitis • Sciatica • Neck Pain • Lung Issues • Post Op Pain • Athletes • Sports Injuries • Stroke • Chemo Support • Mesothelioma • And Much, Much More!
Athletes: we are experienced in treating athletes to support optimal performance, reduced recovery times, and recovery from injuries.
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