“There’s an Acupuncture Co-op!”

While discussing some of my health concerns with a friend, she mentioned that she was getting regular “community acupuncture” treatments and recommended it. I had never heard of community acupuncture, although I’d had acupuncture a couple of times in the past. It was successful in helping start my labor when I was pregnant with my first child and two weeks past my due date. I went back another time after having two miscarriages, and again when I was getting weird rashes. I liked the way I felt immediately after the treatment, but at $75 per visit, I couldn’t afford to go often. My health insurance didn’t cover it, either.

My friend said, “Community acupuncture is wicked cheap! It’s great, it’s getting me through the winter.”

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