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Best Acupuncturists
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2020

21 Best Austin Acupuncturists

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We scored 180 Acupuncturists in Austin, TX and Picked the Top 21

360 Jasmine Acupuncture & Wellness Center has been one of Austin’s top natural & holistic health clinics. Dr. Mansell is a certified Ph.D. NCCAOM Diplomate in Oriental Medicine, Diplomate of Chinese & Korean Herbology with numerous certifications in Functional Medicine. We specialize in chronic pain management of headaches and migraines, muscle strain & sports injuries, allergies, skin & respiratory issues, immune system enhancements, detoxification & weight management, high blood pressure & diabetes, fertility issues, digestive, anxiety & stress disorders, and chiro-physical therapy.

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512 Wellness is an Austin acupuncture clinic that combines herbal medicine and acupuncture to balance the body. The clinic's other services include massage, nutritional counseling, meditation, moxibustion, and exercise counseling. The practice specializes in women's health and sports medicine and can provide support for patients being treated for cancer. The founder of the clinic has practiced Chinese medicine for more than 10 years.

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Acupuncture Plus treats allergies, back pain, fertility issues, headaches, and sleep issues for patients in Austin. The clinic's doctors have more than 50 years of combined experience in Chinese medicine. Patients have praised Acupuncture Plus for its warm, inviting staff and calm, reassuring doctors.

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Acupuncture Together of Austin uses acupuncture to treat allergies, skin problems, asthma, high blood pressure, headaches and migraines, digestive disorders, chronic pain, anxiety and stress, weakened immunity, and other health conditions. Patients have praised Acupuncture Together of Austin for its caring doctor and relaxing office with recliners, zen music, and blankets.

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Austin Acupuncture Clinic has been treating Austin patients for more than 35 years. The clinic treats allergies, arthritis, asthma, back and neck pain, fatigue, depression, diabetes, headaches, and other medical issues with acupuncture and herbal remedies. The clinic's physicians are both certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and aim to give their patients a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

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Blue Heron Center practices acupuncture, acupressure, and herbs and nutrition. The Austin clinic also has yoga, Tai Chi, and Qigong classes. Blue Heron Center uses acupuncture to treat conditions including the cold and flu, gastrointestinal disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, menopausal symptoms, fibroids, diabetes, and other conditions. Dr. Hubatch has practiced Chinese medicine for more than 25 years and is a Diplomate of the National Board of Oriental Medicine. Patients have praised Dr. Hubatch for her passionate, caring, and trustworthy care.

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Dr. John McMillian practices acupuncture to treat respiratory, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, gynecological, and digestive conditions. The Austin acupuncture clinic also practices homeopathy, herbal medicine, Tui Na, Qigong, and nutritional counseling. Dr. John McMillian has been in the field for more than 30 years and is a Diplomat of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Patients have praised the doctor for his knowledge of Chinese medicine and quick-acting treatments.

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Dragon Blossom Acupuncture & Wellness is an Austin clinic that treats conditions such as tension pain and headaches, allergies, palpitations, anxiety and stress, depression, and women's health issues. The clinic combines Eastern and Western medicine to counsel its patients and incorporates herbology, nutritional counseling, essential oils, and mindfulness practices into its treatments. Clients have praised the doctor for her intuition and care with her patients.

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Five Element Austin uses acupuncture and herbs to treat its Austin patients. The clinic charges its services based on sliding scales to make acupuncture services accessible and affordable. The practice treats physical injuries, pain syndromes, digestive disorders, stress and anxiety, gynecological disorders, menopausal symptoms, addictions, dermatological disorders, and other health conditions. Patients have praised Five Element Austin for its doctor's comforting touch and care.

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Healing Way is an Austin acupuncture clinic that also practices herbology, essential oil therapy, Tuina, cupping, and Guasha. The practice treats allergies, pain, emotional wellness, cardiac conditions, addictions, headaches, digestive disorders, female reproductive issues, common colds, and other conditions. The doctor has more than 10 years of experience in Chinese medicine, and patients have praised him for his kind persona and talent in acupuncture.

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Honeysuckle Chinese Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic provides acupuncture, herbal consultations, cupping, moxibustion, Tui Na, ear acupuncture, Korean hand therapy, scalp massage, and nutrition therapy. The Austin clinic treats respiratory, circulatory, gastrointestinal, neurological, musculoskeletal, emotional, and urogenital medical conditions. Dr. Liu has certifications as a Diplomate of Acupuncture, Diplomate of Chinese Herbology, and Occupational Acupuncture. Patients have praised the doctor for his thoughtful and intelligent care.

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Merritt Wellness Center is an Austin acupuncture clinic that cares for kids and adults. The practice's services include functional medicine, testing services, Chinese and Japanese acupuncture, fertility acupuncture, nutritional supplements, pediatrics, stress management, and long-distance consults. The clinic's practitioners have more than 40 years of combined experience. Patients have praised Merritt Wellness Center for its fast-acting treatments and caring doctors.

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Morning Sun Acupuncture has been serving the Austin area for more than 10 years. The clinic uses acupuncture, Qi Gong, and Chinese herbs and medicines to treat its patients. The doctor is a licensed acupuncturist certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Morning Sun Acupuncture sells a product called Sweet Change, an herbal formula that reduces sugar cravings.

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Oak Hill Healing Arts combines acupuncture, herbs, chiropractic care, and naturopathy to treat its Austin patients. The clinic treats digestive, gynecological, emotional, neurological, and respiratory conditions. Patients have praised Oak Hill Healing Arts for its calming and relaxing atmosphere.

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Established in 2003, Sage Acupuncture offers its services to clients in the Austin, Texas, area. It specializes in reproductive acupuncture and offers treatments that are designed to enhance fertility and support overall health. The clinic's treatment programs are natural, holistic, and non-invasive and its practitioners aim to treat the root cause of health concerns. The team at Sage Acupuncture is trained to use an integrative approach that includes personalized, compassionate care.

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South Austin Community Acupuncture has been serving Austin since 2006. The practice also uses herbal medicine to treat its patients and stocks a wide range of Chinese herbal products in its clinic. The acupuncturists are licensed by the State Medical Board to practice acupuncture in Texas. Patients have praised the clinic for its knowledgeable practitioners and calming office space.

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Texas Acupuncture Clinic provides herbal treatments, acupressure bodywork, Reiki, cupping, acupressure, and magnetic therapy. The Austin clinic treats infertility, stress, insomnia, depression, fatigue, premenstrual syndrome, digestive issues, hypertension, allergies, migraines, and other conditions. Clients have praised the doctor for her great listening skills and effective treatments.

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Whole Health Acupuncture treats pain syndromes, muscle strain, respiratory issues, mental health, chronic health, neurological disorders, men's health, and reproductive issues. The Austin acupuncture clinic also practices Chinese herbology, cupping, electroacupuncture, Gua Sha, moxibustion, Reiki, essential oil care, and tongue and pulse diagnosis. The doctor is an NCCAOM Diplomate in Oriental Medicine. Patients have praised Whole Health Acupuncture for its friendly, personable staff and caring doctors.

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Windhorse Medicine specializes in acupuncture treatments of depression, anxiety, addictions, and sexual abuse trauma. The Austin clinic also provides Chinese herbal medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, and the Hakomi method. Patients have praised Windhorse Medicine for its caring, compassionate, and talented doctor and the clinic's calming atmosphere.

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Wu Chiropractic Acupuncture in Austin utilizes Chinese acupuncture to restore the body's balance. The clinic also uses chiropractic care and essential oils to treat patients' issues such as headaches, muscular problems, lower back pain, stomach issues, asthma, bronchitis, and abnormal blood pressure. Wu Chiropractic Acupuncture uses different forms of acupuncture including non-piercing needles, electrical stimulation, fingertip pressure, and moxibustion.

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Zygmont Chiropractic Center has been serving the Austin area since 1993. The clinic uses acupuncture, neuro-muscular therapy, and chiropractic care to treat its patients. Its additional services include the Graston technique, yoga therapy, cupping, and functional dry needling. The practice won the 2015 Patients' Choice Award for Austin Chiropractors from Opencare. Dr. Zygmont has practiced chiropractic care for more than 30 years. Patients have praised Zygmont Chiropractic Center for its personable staff, relaxing atmosphere, and effective treatments.

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