Natural Medicine in Potrero


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  • American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
    A haven of holistic healthcare, the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine has minted practitioners of the ancient healing arts since its founding in 1980. At the school, students absorb the delicate techniques behind such venerable practices as acupuncture, cupping, and moxibustion. They learn the tools of the trade from their licensed teachers before honing their skills and sharing their craft with the community in the teaching clinic. Outside, a garden gives students the opportunity to learn about the care and cultivation of the herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine. An onsite dispensary crafts the carefully balanced herbal formulas that restore bodies to health.
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    455 Arkansas Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Well Clinic
    The Well Clinic in San Francisco seeks to treat the whole person, not just ailments. Many times, patients visit several doctors for individual issues, while the Well Clinic seeks an all-inclusive approach. Factors considered in your treatment include your environment, physical health, mental and emotional states, spirituality and social influences. Combining traditional medicine with alternative age-old therapies, Well Clinic combines Pacific Integrated Medicine with Well Therapy Group, offering a complete assessment including psychiatry, acupuncture, couple’s counseling and individual. They are also advocates for diversity, proudly serving LGBTQ individuals or families, those with various spiritual backgrounds and all races.
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    383 Rhode Island Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • World Gym Showplace Square
    Voted Best Gym in the Bay Area 2011 by the San Francisco Bay Guardian, World Gym San Francisco is home to plentiful cardio and weight machines, group fitness classes, and chiropractic care facilities. After receiving a towel in the sea foam-green lobby, guests set foot in one of the gym's spacious exercise rooms to stretch on mats while waiting for exercise balls to hatch into personal trainers. Inside cardio rooms equipped with flat screen TVs, guests can catch up on news while their hearts catch up on skipped beats. Steam rooms and dry saunas relax bodies tuckered from group classes such as boxing, spin, and yoga. A cafe vends fresh smoothies approved by the gym's nutrition programs, and a tanning bed bronzes newly toned physiques.
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    290 De Haro St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • In-Symmetry
    Soothing heated stones are the focus of massages and microdermabrasion at In-Symmetry Wellness Spa. Whether you’re an athlete, bound to a non-ergonomic office chair, or just in need of some deep relaxation, this is the place to renew and rebalance. A high-end industrial-aesthetic, with lots of orchids and reproduction Pollocks among the pipes and ducts, In-Symmetry has been restoring good health to bodies in the Mission for fifteen years. Their innovative treatments such as acu-massage – deep tissue massage with acupuncture – make this a unique spa that has garnered praise from anyone who has stepped through its door, including the Wall Street Journal.
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    650 Florida St, Suite D
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Pet Poses Photography
    Teresa Kennett believe that species shouldn't be a factor when it comes to friendship. Rather, she delights in observing the bond between people and their pets, whether you own a dog, a cat, or even a parrot. At Pet Poses Photography, Teresa captures digital snapshots of owners and their animals sharing both close and silly moments. She'll also photograph pets by themselves, leading to beautiful basset-hound portraits and freeze-frames of cats getting excited playing with a catnip mouse.
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    1570 Hampshire St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Jennifer M. Holley, L.Ac.
    In Focus: Circle Community Acupuncture The team: four licensed practitioners, including self-described “acupunk” David Lesseps What they do: perform acupuncture in a group setting How it works: Guests sit side-by-side in comfortable recliners, while acupuncturists fill them up with needles. Where those needles go: primarily along the arms, legs, face, and head, which hopefully isn’t a balloon in disguise Issues acupuncture can address: pain, digestive disorders, and stress The cost: It’s a sliding scale; patients pick the price they can afford. Alternative to acupuncture: Clients can opt for a treatment of raw herbal teas, pills, or powders.
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    1351 Harrison St
    San Francisco, CA US

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