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Acupuncture In Oklahoma City

Karen Wilson, L.Ac., M.Ac.

Welcome to Central Oklahoma Community Acupuncture where our mission is to make acupuncture a simple and effective form of healthcare accessible and affordable to a wide range of people by using a sliding scale system. Acupuncture treatment cost $15-$40 per visit. You decide what you can afford within this range. There is a one-time paperwork fee of $10 at the initial visit. Income verification is not required. Acupucture does not need to be expensive to be effective.

Imagine a large, quiet room with several people reclining in chairs, clothes rolled up to knees and elbows, receiving acupuncture. That’s community acupuncture. The community acupuncture setting helps us keep our prices down while being able to bring this unique healthcare system to more people. Lower rates allow our patients to receive treatments frequently and regularly as needed for maximum effectiveness. In this group setting Central Oklahoma Community Acupuncture offers individualized treatment and care with complete respect for the privacy of your personal history.

What can acupuncturists treat?

Acupuncture is recognized by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to be effective in the treatment of a wide variety of medical problems. Below are some of the health concerns that acupuncture can effectively treat:

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How safe is acupuncture?

When you receive treatment at Central Oklahoma Acupuncture you can be confident that your well-being and safety is at the heart of everything your acupuncturist does.  Only the finest quality stainless steel, pre-sterilized, disposable needles are used.

How should I prepare?

Wear loose, comfortable clothes that are easy to roll up to your elbows and knees.
Bring a list of your current medications and any supplements and vitamins you’re taking.
Within 2-3 hours of your appointment avoid caffeine and eat a light snack.
Do not wear perfume or scented lotions as some people are allergic to these fragrances.