Long Beach Community Acupuncture

Clinic Provider

Community Focused Practices

  Sliding Scale

  Group Acupuncture Treatments Only

Clinic Features

 Trauma Informed Care

 Non-Discrimination

 LGBTQIA Friendly

 Multiple Practitioners

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

 Fragrance Free Policy

Accessibility

 Accessible Clinic

  Wheel Chair Accessible

 Additional Accessibility Information

  ADA Bathroom

Clinic Modalities

 Community Acupuncture Treatments

 NADA Ear Acupuncture

 Herbal Medicine

 Cupping or Gua Sha

Contact Information

Phone: 562-477-5045
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Pricing Information: http://www.longbeachcommunityacupuncture.com/clinic-policies
Website: http://www.longbeachcommunityacupuncture.com

General Information

We are the first and only community clinic in Long Beach, California and have been open since 2013. We offer affordable acupuncture in a comfortable community room 5 days a week. We use a sliding scale of $20 to $50 with an inital $10 fee for new paitients. We have a full herbal pharmacy and on Thursdays we have begun offering cupping and more localized needling for a flat fee of $60.

Our office is located near the traffic circle, across from Community Hospital.

Languages Spoken

Spanglish

Practitioners

Susan Wiggins, LAc, Dipl OM and Nirva Parikh, LAc

Location

1703 Termino Avenue #104
Long Beach CA, 90804 US

Additional Information

Accessibility 

This clinic is wheelchair accessible: yes

This clinic has an ADA Bathroom: yes

 

Additional Accessibility Information

We have a parking lot at our building and our office is located on the ground floor. If you can't find a space in the lot, there is good street parking in the neighborhood.

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

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