Lincoln Square Mall • east entrance • Urbana, IL, 61801
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For thousands of years, acupuncture has been practiced in a group setting. Resting in the company of others can be a simple, no nonsense, yet powerful health experience. Many find it quite comforting and reassuring.
In a community acupuncture clinic, people are invited into a large tranquil room. There are comfy recliner chairs, nicely clustered to allow for a calm personal space. Many people bring their family or friends to focus on health together.
Acupuncture can employ points that are easily accessible on the arms and legs and head to treat the whole body. Community acupuncture patients remove just their socks and shoes to get ready for treatment.
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$15 - $35 per visit
(plus an additional $10 for the first visit)
You decide what you can afford. No questions asked.
The trick with acupuncture is:
Getting enough acupuncture
Regular frequent treatment is what leads to results and relief.
Often, the benefits of the treatments build on each other.
We will provide you with a treatment plan (frequency of visits) for your condition.
We encourage you to use your recommended treatment plan for figuring the fee that works for you.
Some people calculate what is affordable by the week, some by the month.
Pay what you can to get here often enough,to get better and stay better.
Either way you can adjust the amount whenever you like. No questions asked.
Everyone receives our best service, time, and attention,
regardless of what they pay.
Why the sliding scale?
• Because acupuncture does not have to be expensive in order to be effective. It is valuable when you can use it and share it.
•Because it shares the goals of the patient and acupuncturist: We want a positive outcome in a timely, affordable manner.
• Because it makes acupuncture available to more people. We want to make this work for you and others you know.
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Acupuncture is a simple health tool,
everyone can know how to use.
Acupuncture is a safe, gentle, and effective way to relieve pain and stress, and promote good health. It is a 2,500+ years-old, empirically-based therapeutic system. Side effects often include relaxation and an increased sense of well-being.
Treatment is safe for children and during pregnancy and nursing.
We use pre-sterilized, single use, disposal needles only.
The way to know how acupuncture will help you is to TRY IT.
It is used for many conditions including:
• Headaches & Migraines
• Anxiety & Panic
• Digestive Upset
• Neck & Shoulder pain, Whiplash
• Leg pain & Sciatica, Sports Injuries
• Back pain
• Menstrual discomfort
• Seasonal Allergies
Our Mission is making community acupuncture very accessible to the local community. We achieve this by providing an affordable sliding scale, promoting acupuncture’s everyday usefulness and simplicity, and making a welcoming place for community health.
Urbana Acupuncture llc is a social business. Our patients participate in the success and growth of the clinic by lending a hand and spreading the word.We can ONLY do this together.
>•VOLUNTEER at Urbana Acupuncture llc for POCA.
We love YOUR collaboration and support. Inquire with us for more information.
>• REACH OUT to your people/make it your place:
∆ Give away a bunch of our cards.
∆ Become our fan on Facebook
∆ Write a letter to the editor of the News Gazette
Call us for more: 217-344-9118
People making community acupuncture, everywhere.
Urbana Acupuncture is a proud member of POCA. Since 2006, the people of community acupuncture ( patients, acupuncturists, receptionists) have been collaborating, building, and growing clinics and their communities across the country and in several other countries. In 2010, this amazing movement was transformed into a multi-stakeholder cooperative of the people of community acupuncture:
• Lovely patients (54% of membership)
• Fantastic clinic workers
• Robust acupuncturists and students
• Generous allied organizations
Together, we work to increase the availability and sustainability of affordable community acupuncture across the country by mutual support, financing new clinics or clinic expansions, and building an affordable acupuncture school POCA tech.
Last year, POCA clinics served over 750,000 treatments!
We love all your support, volunteering, and creativity.
Everyone is encouraged to join and participate. Join POCA Today!
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Reception Staff: Meghan (POCA volunteer/Receptor), Jean-Marie(POCA volunteer/Receptor),Rachel( Receptor+ POCA Volunteer Marketing Marshall), Camille(Receptor/Social Media Shark),
POCA volunteers(not pictured):elizaBeth (Marketing Guru), Sten(outreach superhero), Meghan (POCA membership Wrangler ), Meagan (Maven of Clean), Rachel W., Lorene(Receptor), Claire, Char, Dan, Scott, David and Debra, James (Clinic Photog), Darlene(Receptor), Whitney, Dominic, Ivan, Bob,
Acupuncturist: Jim Lorr, IL.licensed acupuncturist
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