Boise Acupuncture Cooperative, Inc.

Clinic Provider

Community Focused Practices

  Sliding Scale

  Group Acupuncture Treatments Only

Clinic Features

 Trauma Informed Care


 Co-Op or Collabative Management

 LGBTQIA Friendly


 Multiple Practitioners

POCA Co-op Collaborator (Circle Volunteer, Membership Drives, Supports POCA Tech, etc.)

 Fragrance Free Policy

 We offer opportunities for reduced cost treatments


  Wheel Chair Accessible

  ADA Bathroom

Clinic Modalities

 Community Acupuncture Treatments

 NADA Ear Acupuncture

 Herbal Medicine

 Cupping or Gua Sha

Contact Information

Phone: 2089171282
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Pricing Information:

General Information

Boise Acupuncture Co-op (BAC) is a non-profit, co-operative corporation that provides a safe space where people come as they are and are empowered to heal side by side in community. Our mission is to provide quality, accessible community acupuncture to all peoples.

Healthcare You Can Afford.

We charge on a sliding scale of $15 to $40. You decide what you can pay! There is a $10 one time additional fee for your first visit.


We are open 7 day's a week, Sunday's-Friday's 8a-8p & Saturday's 8a-5p.


We have 12 comfortable reclining chairs, and 1 table for patients to acu-nap as long as they choose to.


While using acupuncture is our main modality, we can choose to prescribe chinese herbs, on occation cupping, and if we know of a helpful tip for what ails you we can share info about that too.


BAC is also sustained by volunteers, we are a non-profit, and a cooperative.

Languages Spoken

English & Spanish


Gretchen Huettig, Lori Peterson, Mara Bateman, Shanell Rodriguez, Stacey Kelsey


4218 W. Emerald St.
Suite B.
Boise ID, 83706 US

Additional Information


This clinic is wheelchair accessible: yes

This clinic has an ADA Bathroom: no

Community Acupuncture Treatments
NADA Ear Acupuncture
Herbal Medicine
Cupping or Gua Sha

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