Free Acupuncture Days at Whole Health




Whole Health Acupuncture is offering free treatments to new clients from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays. If you've always wanted try acupuncture, this is a great opportunity.

With community acupuncture, the practitioner briefly consults each patient and then lets him or her rest in a relaxing room with other people. The community setting enables Whole Health to offer treatments on a sliding scale from $15 to $40. Individuals select the amount they can afford to pay and the number of treatments they need per week. The number of treatments depends on physical condition, to be determined at the first session. Acupuncture is most affective when done consistently for the full course of treatment (typically 10 sessions).

Acupuncture is a perfect solution for affordable healthcare for the uninsured and underinsured. Whole Health Acupuncture does not require documentation of financial status. At Whole Health Acupuncture, health does not mean just the absence of disease, and prevention is not just early detection.


Location: 50 Turner Ave., Elk Grove Village. Contact: 847-357-3929, WholeHealthPrograms.com.

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