Acupuncture is a time-tested practice that has roots in ancient medicine from the East. Whether you want to try it for the first time or are an experienced client, this list can tell you where to go to experience the many benefits of acupuncture treatments and help you find just the right people to assist you.
Acupuncture St. Louis
8748 Big Bend Blvd.
Webster Groves, MO 63119
(314) 918-1555
www.acupuncturestlouis.com

Acupuncture St. Louis provides an entire line of services for clients, including reflexology and homeopathic counseling. They carefully address all aspects of health and can offer advice on how to make small adjustments and create big changes. With a focus on healing and balance, clients can expect top notch service from an experienced staff and thoughtful suggestions based on science and experience. Their site has tips and classes targeted towards people who are new to holistic medicine and would like to explore the subject in greater detail.

Community Acupuncture Of St. Louis, LLC
2606 S. 39th St.
St. Louis, MO 63110
(314) 772-4325
www.acustl.com

With a true focus on community, the staff at Community Acupuncture of St. Louis are helpful and held to high standards. Most acupuncture is provided in a community room, where clients are encouraged to relax and ask questions about the treatment itself. With a focus on education and transparency, the clinic has an open feel and chairs focused for a semi-private experience that can be shared with fellow patients. The website has a bookstore and resources to help clients progress on their wellness journey and host events to bring the community together. One less common service available is acupuncture techniques intended to aid with fertility and family planning. Fill out the questionnaires before your appointment to save time and help the staff give you the best results possible.

Wellbody Clinic
2716 Sutton Blvd.
Maplewood, MO 63143
(314) 644-5844
www.wellbodyclinic.org

Acupuncture can provide relief with many ailments, and Wellbody Clinic is dedicated to helping their clients treat and prevent issues that can keep them from enjoying life to the fullest. Offering a regimen that can help with stress, back pain, carpal tunnel or fatigue, their teams will work hard to make you feel better. Wellbody Clinic has a staff that is ready to listen and help each and every person live to the fullest. Come see them today, and let their team of experts help make every step more relaxed and natural.

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Brueggeman Chiropractic Center
108 Magnolia Dr.
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
(614) 692-0000
www.brueggemanchiropractic.com

The staff at Brueggeman Chiropractic Center are trained to use acupuncture for a variety of reasons. From the more common problems such as stiff muscles or range of motion to insomnia and headaches, help is available. The staff also works with techniques that can assist with quitting smoking or weight control. Unlike some clinics, treatments are available for pregnant women, as well as children. While services are rendered in a more clinical atmosphere than the local spas, patients can enjoy a full range of healthcare services that can create a comprehensive wellness plan.

Heart Rock Healing Acupuncture 
1740 Chouteau Ave., Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 295-2919
www.heartrockhealingacu.com

Heart Rock Healing Acupuncture brings the best of Eastern medicine to work alongside modern medicine. Through careful technique, emphasis is put on restoring healing and balance to the body. Working with both acute and chronic conditions, clients can expect excellent service and education about the process. Intended to supplement other treatments to create a whole body solution, the staff at Heart Rock Healing Acupuncture will help you find your way to comfort and balance.

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Bon Tindle is an author from Springfield, MO. She writes fiction and nonfiction for several publications, and can be reached through her website (www.bontindle.com) with comments or questions.

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