Changes to How We Operate Coronavirus Clinic Procedures We have created clinic procedures to increase safety during the COVID-19 Pandemic in direct accordance with federal CDC & OSHA guidelines. These procedures include pre-screening, social distancing within the clinic, personal protective gear (PPEs), and a new treatment space design. In addition to heightened cleaning & disinfection, the… Continue Reading
Things are Changing So Check Back Often The new Coronavirus and COVID-19 are changing many things in our lives. Follow this space for news of community acupuncture’s return and to learn about TeleHealth, our new service. Dear Friends, As of March 20th, 2020, we have temporarily ceased providing acupuncture at Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture. We… Continue Reading
When to Cancel Our Cancelation Policy: During the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic, things have changed, and we change with them. If you’re ever sick and wondering whether you should cancel your acupuncture appointment, here are some guidelines. You should cancel if you have: – had a fever in the last 2 weeks – cared for or are… Continue Reading
The Year of the Metal Rat: Spring Begins! Chinese New Year, the Lunar New Year, is a fifteen-day holiday celebrated each year by more than a quarter of the world’s people. The New Year marks the beginning of Spring and begins on the second new moon after the Winter Solstice. In the year 2020 we’re… Continue Reading
Your Winter Drink Here is a simple, easy, AND delicious recipe for a homemade electrolyte drink that’s a big hit in my house during the winter months. Electrolytes are minerals in your body that have an electric charge. They’re found in your blood, urine, tissues, and other body fluids. Electrolytes are important because they help balance… Continue Reading
Acupuncture Packages: Pay Ahead for More Discounts Available Friday, Jan 10-20th, 2020… while supplies last! Discount cards… We’ve got ’em! We offer two types of treatment packages for you to purchase: the Nap Pass, and our 3-Pack. Both help you get more acupuncture! Some folks use the special rate as a chance to find out what more… Continue Reading
A perfect winter recipe It’s the time of year to get cozy with a steaming mug of hot chocolate, and what better way to add a little warmth than with spicy chocolate? Schedule an herbal consult so Gururas can send you home with your own custom, bespoke medicinal cocoa blend! Not in the mood… Continue Reading
Nourish your mind and body this Winter Take special care of yourself with these easy winter health tips inspired by Chinese medicine. Good any time of year, these activities are particularly associated with improved health in wintertime. 1. Sleep. Achieve better sleep by retiring to bed before 10 p.m., turning your electronics off at least… Continue Reading
Use Moxa at home to increase the effects of your acupuncture While you may not be needling yourself at home, you *can* use moxa. I like to give patients a stick of moxa to use between appointments, especially during wintertime, or if you run cold, or are overstressed so you can DIY Moxa whenever you need.… Continue Reading
Monday: 2:30PM – 6:30PM
Tuesday: telehealth only
Wednesday: 11AM – 2PM
Thursday: telehealth only
Friday: 2PM – 5PM
Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture, our staff, and volunteers are members of the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture. POCA is a co-operative run and fueled by co-op members who believe that acupuncture should be available to people: learn more about that here.
We see acupuncture changing lives every day. It’s simple, safe and effective, as well as the most widely used medicine in the world! Last year POCA clinics, about 150 of them in all, gave more than 1 million treatments.
We support the Community Acupuncture movement with our POCA membership and our volunteer hours.
We know that acupuncture can change the world, and would love for you to join us in The Calmest Revolution Ever Staged!
Interested? Help spread access to acupuncture by learning more about POCA. Click here to join online. Or drop by Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture to talk with us more about our favorite co-operative, POCA!
🚧 Road Construction If you visit us via I-275, use the Sligh exit. Road work has begun and some surface roads south of the clinic will be closed. More info
😷 Masks are required at our facility