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2020

19 Best Oakland Acupuncturists

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We scored 104 Acupuncturists in Oakland, CA and Picked the Top 19

Acupuncture and Health Center is an acupuncture service provider in Oakland that offers a holistic approach to physical, mental, and emotional wellness. The center treats stress-related disorders, neurological dysfunctions, acute and chronic pain, and complementary cancer care. A client says, “You helped me work through my anxiety, stress, knee injuries, menstrual problems, so many different parts of myself. You really treated my whole person, and I feel much better because of it.”

Acupuncture by Devon focuses on individualized patient care to improve their patient's physical and mental health, fertility, minimize sports injuries, and help them experience a happy and pain-free lifestyle. Dr. Devon Vernetti, L.Ac. is a licensed and certified acupuncturist with a college degree in the healthcare field, and she has multiple awards and credentials. Her practice offers a broad range of services, including acupuncture, herbal remedies, lifestyle education, and posture correction. Acupuncture by Devon's website also has an educational blog, downloadable forms, and an extensive list of research to help her clients stay informed.

Alameda Acupuncture is an acupuncture clinic in Alameda that practices “Eastern medicine for Westerners”. The center serves the whole family, and it offers integrative health care using acupuncture, tui na or orthopedic massage and other traditional Chinese medicine therapies. Alameda Acupuncture's co-founder is certified by the United States' National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics and China's Xin Hua Hospital, and he is a past president of America's third oldest acupuncture college.

Alma is an adult and Shonishin acupuncture clinic in Oakland. The practitioner is state-licensed in acupuncture, and she also holds a Diplomate in Chinese Medicine from the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturists. Alma Acupuncture also offers drug-free and non-surgical facial rejuvenation services, as well as BioResonant Assessment or electro-acupuncture that uses state-of-the-art technology to read meridians or the body's energy pathways. The clinic is open Mondays through Fridays, from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Byron B. Fong is an acupuncture physician in Oakland, who has more than 25 years of experience as a licensed practitioner. Dr. Fong is a third-generation doctor of Oriental medicine, and he is a diplomate of the National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics. The clinic helps patients resolve their weight problems, sports injuries, repetitive stress injuries, post-operative pains, and other health issues. Dr. Fong also provides remedies for men's physical dysfunctions, relief from allergies, and treatments for abnormal sleep patterns.

Dr. Heidi Kao & Associates is an integrative wellness center in Oakland. The facility offers acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition counseling services, and some of the dysfunctions it corrects involve the digestive, musculoskeletal, and respiratory systems. The facility also helps clients achieve emotional soundness, and it addresses hypertension, insomnia, stress, anxiety, and depressive disorders. Dr. Kao is a licensed acupuncturist, and she holds a Master's of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine.

East Bay is an acupuncture and natural medicine center in Berkeley that helps patients resolve most of their musculoskeletal, digestive, and dermatologic issues. The clinic also deals with fertility, pregnancy, and hormonal problems, and it provides cancer support and other medical conditions with herbal formulas. East Bay assists clients with their personal injury and workers' compensation cases and its clinic has a pharmacy.

Energy Matters is an acupuncture and qigong center in Oakland. The clinic provides facial and orthopedic acupuncture, and it offers an all-services treatment package for $1,200. Energy Matters holds classes and events on health and wellness, and the center is open from Monday to Saturday.

Jenny Crissman is an integrative healing and traditional Chinese medicine practitioner in Oakland, who is a licensed acupuncturist and herbologist. A patient says of Ms. Crissman, “I saw Jenny when I was experiencing severe hip pain, which was interfering with walking and sleeping... She did a very thorough assessment before starting. After the first treatment, I no longer had to get up in the middle of the night, and after the next few treatments, the pain [became] quite manageable.”

Lake Merritt is an acupuncture clinic in Oakland that helps free the body from stress, pain, and disease. The founders each hold a master's in traditional Chinese medicine, and they are currently pursuing their doctorate in classical Chinese herbal medicine. A tourist writes, “Recently, I was in Oakland...and found myself suffering from sciatic pain. I found this...clinic close to my hotel and requested treatment. [The practitioner] was able to clear up the problem almost completely after just one visit.”

Leslie Oldershaw & Associates is an acupuncture practice in Piedmont. The clinic opened in 1995, and it has since been serving residents of the city and communities in the Bay Area. The clinic uses alternative medicine to help patients resolve their fertility problems, hormonal dysfunctions, unhealthy gut, chronic fatigue, allergies, and pain. Leslie Oldshaw & Associates offers free consultations, and it uses the latest technologies to diagnose patients.

Mari Kubota is a wellness practitioner in Oakland, who engages in acupuncture, massage, herbal medicine, and the Japanese alternative healing modality of Reiki. The practice serves people of all ages, and it also handles fertility and pregnancy issues. Ms. Kubota conducts house calls anywhere in the East Bay area, within a 15-mile radius of her office. The first in-clinic session of up to 90 minutes costs a minimum of $125, while each 60-minute follow-up session costs upwards of $100.

Oakland Acupuncture Project is an acupuncture clinic in Oakland that makes potent Chinese medicine accessible to the community it serves. All of the treatments are individualized, and the center offers affordable payment terms without asking for income proof. The clinic is open every day, and it has three locations within the state.

Oakland Community Acupuncture is a clinic in Oakland. The lead practitioner earned his master's degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and he has at least 15 years of experience in providing Chinese medical massage or tui na to his patients. A client who suffers from temporomandibular joint syndrome says, “During my first treatment, I had relief... I had about eight treatments and I am pain-free. I can open my mouth three fingers [wide]. I'm impressed.”

Oakland Hills is an acupuncture and integrative medicine center in Oakland that combines holistic and modern methods to manage pain, treat internal health issues, and prevent diseases. The lead practitioner earned his master's degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, and he is certified by the National Certification for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. One of Oakland Hills' successful cases involves a patient with acid reflux, who came off his five-year dependence to Omeprazole because of the center's alternative healing modalities.

Octagon a community acupuncture and herbal medicine clinic in Oakland that offers a no-income verification, sliding-scale payment plan of $20 to $40 per treatment. The clinic's services include qigong, tai ji, and tui na massage. A patient, who is a mental health worker, says of Octagon, “[It] offers great preventive care [and it] has also helped with more urgent problems, from those that might be too minor to be diagnosed or treated with Western medicine, to more serious issues.”

Founded in 2009, Root & Stem Integrative Chinese Medicine is an Oakland-based provider of individual treatments and Eastern medicine for the people of California. Its medicinal treatments are functional, designed to achieve better health and wellness for individuals and families. A variety of comprehensive medicine and analysis services are available. Some sessions can be billed directly to an insurance provider, while a super-bill can be supplied so clients can be reimbursed for the acupuncture portion of the treatment.

Sarana Community Acupuncture is an acupuncture practice in Albany that serves California residents of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds. The clinic charges low sliding-scale fees to make its services affordable to more people, and it does not conduct income verification on anyone. A client says, “Their sliding scale allows me to go every week, even as a starving student.” Sarana is a certified Bay Area green business, and it is a member of the People's Organization of Community Acupuncture.

Wealth Acupuncture is a practice in Oakland that is managed by a licensed acupuncturist and a board-certified Chinese herbalist. The clinic combines acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine with the Arvigo techniques of Maya abdominal therapy to treat pain, anxiety, depression, or digestion problems. The clinic also helps patients resolve fertility issues, and it alleviates pains related to pregnancy. First-time acupuncture clients pay $150 for the 75-minute session, and the visit comes with an herbal consultation.

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