Acupuncture in Oak Hills

Up to 63% Off Acupuncture Sessions

Montavilla Community Acupuncture

Montavilla

$75 $29

Acupuncturists insert needles into the body to alleviate ailments such as migraines, insomnia, stress, pain, TMD, and menopausal symptoms

51% Off Facial and Acupuncture

Alswel Body Works

Rose City Park

$120 $59

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Up to 53% Off at Aasa-Lisa's Acupuncture

Aasa-Lisa's Acupuncture

Portland

$75 $35

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After an initial exam, a licensed acupuncturist inserts tiny, sterile needles into specific spots on the body

75% Off Acupuncture Packages

Yin Yang Acupuncture

Pearl District

$155 $39

Treats pain, injuries, allergies, stress, depression, insomnia, asthma, and other maladies with a natural, ancient technique

Up to 72% Off Acupuncture and Tui Na Massage

Skyline Integrative Medicine

John's Landing

$60 $19

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Tui na massage promotes inner balance; acupuncture treatments employ precisely placed needles to redirect bodily energy and promote healing

75% Off Acupuncture

Melanie Misenheimer

Portland

$65 $16

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Up to 81% Off Acupuncture Treatment with Reflexology

The Qi Spot Acupuncture Clinic

Downtown Portland

$110 $21

30-minute acupuncture, reflexology, and light-therapy treatment brings bodies into balance at this community-oriented clinic

Up to 75% Off Acupuncture Sessions and Consult

Patrick Allen Acupuncture + Herbology

Northwest District

$90 $29

After initial consultation, licensed acupuncturist inserts thin sterilized needles along the body's energy meridians to promote healing

Up to 51% Off Acupuncture

Holistic Treatment Center - Acupuncture

Portland

$160 $79

Acupuncturists can help you balance, refresh, and relax with a custom program

Up to 80% Off Acupuncture and TDP-Lamp Treatment

Northwest Acupuncture Center

Tigard Neighborhood Area 3

$125 $25

An acupuncturist treats health issues by placing delicate needles at specific points; TDP-lamps boost circulation with far-infrared rays

Up to 68% Off Acupuncture Sessions

Kamela Helsing at East Vancouver Chiropractic & Massage

Palms Plaza - Orchards Area

$90 $29

Treat pain, allergies, stress, and other maladies with a natural, ancient technique

Up to 82% Off Acupuncture

My Path Wellness

Milwaukie, OR

$145 $39

Practitioners insert ultrathin needles into the body's meridians to help balance energy, alleviate illness, and promote overall wellness

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The team of holistic healers at G & L Acupuncture and Wellness Center manipulates the body’s healing energies from the inside out with combinations of acupuncture, massage, and Chinese herbs. Disharmonious meridians wreaking havoc in the form of chronic pain, digestive issues, or headaches come into alignment with acupuncture or Tuina massage. Chinese herbs combine the benefits of plant-based medications with the joy of swallowing pills to maintain the therapeutic momentum of acupuncture and Tuina massage.

Although they adhere to the same philosophy of holistic healing, each member of the team brings their own unique skill set and experiences to the practice. Two acupuncturists with backgrounds working in a 500-bed Chinese hospital join together with an acupuncturist who trained in physical therapy and one who trained in applied physics.

9520 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
Beaverton,
OR
US

The fitness instructors, massage therapists, and holistic well-being specialists at Beaverton Healing Center all have the same mission: to create a positive learning and healing space. To that end, services are geared toward balancing mind, body, and spirit, with offerings such as private and group yoga classes, chakra clearings, and pregnancy massages. The center's motto is "you deserve good things" and that policy is followed from top to bottom—even the floors are cleaned with special H2O steam mops that also coo lullabies to your ankles.

4590 SW Watson Ave.
Beaverton,
Oregon
US

The healing specialists at RoseSprings Center take aim at toxins, heavy metals, and other environmental nogoodniks, cleansing blemished bodies and strengthening immune systems with a trio of alternative-medicine treatments. Warm human hides during a half-hour recline on the amethyst bio-mat, a therapy aimed at assuaging musculoskeletal pain and enhancing circulation with its 17 layers of space-age materials. Designed to slide stress and stiffness from surfaces, each bio-mat session targets the amount of calories equivalent to 30 minutes of rowing, jogging, or kangaroo boxing. Once toasty, guests attempt to free tootsies from lingering contaminants with an NRG footbath, a medicinal soak combining bubbly surges of water with crud-busting bioelectrical currents. Maintain spritely steps with a finishing Zyto Compass nutritional analysis, which crunches computer-generated digital signatures to determine what vitamin supplements respond best to bodily systems and which ones will fall on your chi's deaf ears.

5215 NE Elam Young Pkwy
Hillsboro,
OR
US

When licensed therapists at Skyline Integrative Medicine listen to clients' medical histories, they look beyond the immediate cause of pain, seeking to understand its underlying causes and its consequences throughout the body. With this information in hand, they address problems, such as migraines, back and neck pain, depression, and TMJ with massage, acupuncture, and other services derived from traditional Chinese medicine. Treatments also address bad habits and addictions, helping clients lose weight or quit smoking without the need for faddish gimmicks.

Skyline Integrative Medicine boasts a team of practitioners. Acupuncturist Jennifer Fletcher leads the battle against bad health. With over 25 years of practice, Dr. Fletcher has developed an integrated approach to natural medicine from training that spanned the globe. In addition to studying rehabilitation and podiatry in the U.S., she has trained with medical and holistic doctors from Korea and China. Receiving Tuina training at Samra University in the greater Los Angeles area in 1987, Dr. Fletcher later practiced the art by hand rolling small bags of beans to strengthen her skills. Drawing on the expertise of other doctors and shunning well-meaning tips from mad scientists, she specializes in treating painful foot and hand conditions, and offering relief from many forms of arthritis. Skyline Integrative Medicine also offers non-surgical face lifts and classes in traditional Chinese medicine and qi gong practice.

0224 SW Hamilton St., Ste. 101
Portland,
OR
US

Clearwater Clinic’s three chiropractic doctors, Bryan Baisinger, Jacob May, and Greg Lekas, all share at least one other passion: athletics. Dr. Baisinger, the owner, specializes in sports medicine and performance, and is the former medical director for the Portland Fit marathon-training group. When he isn’t in the office, he’s serving as team physician for Portland State University’s athletics department or hapkido instructor at Portland State.

Dr. May is a member of the physical therapy team at the Oregon Ballet Theater, Dr. Lekas teaches martial arts, and both donate their time and skills to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training sports-training program. At Clearwater, all three doctors combine their areas of expertise to provide integrative chiropractic care with manipulative therapy and manual-adjustment techniques.

They’re aided by a team of specialists that helps identify a range of issues—whether it’s mental stress caused by working too much or physical stress caused by tunneling out of a work cubicle. Naturopathic doctor Lindsey Nelson educates patients on plans for stress reduction and proper nutrition. Lori Petras, meanwhile, treats clients with acupuncture or Chinese herbs. And, using modalities such as deep-tissue, Swedish, and hot or cold-stone massage, a pair of licensed massage therapists removes tension from muscles.

1201 SW 12th Ave, Ste 205
Portland,
OR
US

Owner Dr. Ryan Minarik is just one of three naturopathic physicians at Elixia Wellness Group, and one of four licensed acupuncturists. As if that wasn't enough expertise, his staff also includes practitioners of Chinese medicine, a chiropractic doctor and yoga teacher, massage therapists, and even a skin technician. With such healers backing him up, Dr. Minarik tackles maladies of all shapes and sizes using a holistic approach that revolves around the individual. Each treatment takes the patient's history into account, as well as factors such as genetics, before tracking down the root cause of issues instead of just medicating symptoms. Once the practitioners have pinpointed the problem, they can assemble a plan of attack using their multiple fields of expertise.

Although Elixia Wellness Group's treatment philosophy stretches back centuries, it keeps an eye on the ever-changing landscape of healing technology. Recently, Dr. Minarik has begun stimulating postinjury healing with platelet-rich-plasma injections. The contemporary method separates platelets—treasure troves of potential regeneration—from the patient’s own blood before returning them to the circulatory stream at the point where torn tendons or arthritis cause pain.

8113 SE 13th Ave
Portland,
OR
US