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Stillpoint Acupuncture offers a community clinic

By Heather McIver
Posted Wednesday, December 8, 2010

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Siler City, NC - Stillpoint Acupuncture has been serving Chatham County residents from our Siler City office since 2006. This year, we are finally able to offer community acupuncture in Siler City as well. Our Community Clinic in Greensboro has been going strong for four years and provides a low-cost way to receive the benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine.

In the community clinic setting, up to six people are treated at once, thereby reducing our costs. Those savings are then passed on to you. Each individualized treatment is offered at a sliding scale fee of $15 to $40.

In Siler City, Amanda Brown, L.Ac. is offering community clinic hours every Wednesday from 2-6pm. The clinic setting is a great way to treat problems like insomnia, anxiety, headaches, acute and chronic pain, fatigue, allergies, menopausal symptoms, digestive problems, as well as basic stress management. If you are seeking help for more complex problems such as infertility, you may be encouraged to supplement clinic treatments with herbal consultation.

And if you prefer, we have private acupuncture sessions available with either Amanda Brown or Heather McIver, L.Ac. for a fee of $60. Please feel free to call us with any questions or to schedule an appointment, 919-663-1137.

Stillpoint Acupuncture is located at 229 E. Raleigh St. in Siler City. Parking and entrance in rear of building.

 
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