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Karen J.
Report | 2 years ago
Great service and very comfortable environment
Carolyn T.
Report | 2 years ago
This definitely isn't for everyone because of the group treatment area. The only area that is private are the 2 massage areas; the chiropractic, ionic footbath, and acupuncture treatments are all done in areas that other people are in and can see. The people are very friendly, and I am very satisfied with the 2 acupuncture treatments I have received thus far. Also, I like the fact that typically they use a sliding pay scale and donate a portion of their funds to treat the less fortunate in the community.
alison h.
Report | 2 years ago
Great experience and really like the business, will go back!
freffre r.
Report | 2 years ago
Nice, relaxing and calming experience. The business works of a"sliding scale" so it would be beneficial to a lot of people hat normally couldn't afford these types of services.

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The mission- and volunteer-driven clinic provides alternative, holistic health care to low-income and underserved communities at a complimentary or low rate. Its team dispenses naturopathic and chiropractic medicine from its office and at an array of outside events. For almost a decade, it's been the driving force behind the San Diego Healing Arts Festival, which in recent years has been visited by 30,000 guests. During Alternative Happy Hour events, healthy snacks fuel attendees who pay $10 to experience acupuncture, chiropractic treatments, massage, and energy healing, along with courses in yoga, drumming, and mild or spicy salsa dance. The clinic also donates services to organizations such as the YWCA women's shelter and the Wounded Warrior Project, which benefits veterans affected by injuries and psychological issues.

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