The Teaching Clinic
With the recent changes in COVID-19 statistics, our Eight Branches Teaching Clinic will be reopening on February 1st, 2021, and will be operating in a “community acupuncture” style. During this difficult time, our school would like to support the community by offering free teaching clinic sessions until the end of February 2021.
At Eight Branches, we strive to create a clean & safe space for our patients; their comfort and care is our top priority. Extensive clinic safety and disinfection protocols are in place to ensure our site remains safe for all patients, students, and staff. 24-hours prior to your appointment, you will receive a COVID pre-screening form that must be filled out. We strongly encourage patients to wear loose clothing to your appointments. When you arrive to the clinic, we will check your temperature and do an in-person screening. We require all students to wear a face mask and shield and all patients attending clinic must wear a face mask. Waiting areas will be removed so we kindly ask that patients wait in their vehicle until their appointment time. These practices have been implemented in order to keep our patients, students and staff members safe, as well as maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and ensure social distancing is practiced.
Patients can now conveniently schedule their Teaching Clinic appointments online. Book your appointment now by clicking the button below.
Please note that during your acupuncture treatment you may receive 15 minutes of other allied therapies such as moxibustion, cupping, guasha, or tuina depending on your treatment plan.
This treatment in focused on Chinese Herb prescriptions. Please note that during the treatment you may receive 15 minutes of allied therapies such as acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, guasha, and tuina) depending on your treatment plan.
Shiatsu is a Japanese bodywork form based on concepts in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for balancing Qi and blood in the meridians.