Monday                 8:30-5:30

         Tuesday                 8:30-5:30

Wednesday           8:30-5:30

Thursday               8:30-5:30

         Friday                     8:30-noon


Acupuncture Clinic

1700 11th Street

Wichita Falls, TX 76301

Office: 940.692.5666


New Patients are currently being accepted


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  • Pain Management
  • Sciatica Pain Relief
  • Arthritis
  • Post Stroke Care
  • Sports Injury
  • Menopause Syndromes
  • Infertility
  • Stress/Anxiety/Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Sinusitis
  • Bronchial Asthma
  • Quit Smoking/Alcohol
  • Weight Loss


DRY NEEDLE / CERTIFIED ACUPUNCTURIST


  • Certified physician or chiropractors with as little as 50 hours of training
  • Training which is often comprised of home study and/or weekend seminars
  • Minimal clinical experience in acupuncture or no actual patient treatments before certification
  • Not required to complete the national certification examination to prove competency in acupuncture
  • Not required to regularly complete continuing education courses


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Acupuncture Clinic (Also known as " China Acupuncture Clinic") is founded in 1988.  It has been serving Wichita Falls and surrounding areas for over 30 years.  We are proud to be part of our community. 


We specialize in pain management and post trauma care.  At Acupuncture Clinic, we believe in healing the natural way, using non-intrusive methods and all natural products.             Read More

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We Accept major Insurance 

such as (but not limited to) Blue Cross Blue Shield (Federal Employee program, BCBS employee, ALCOA employee, etc.) United HealthCare (AT&T), Triwest for Veterans (authorization needed), Aetna, Mail Handlers, and Cigna.  But not every plan covers acupuncture.

About Us


LICENSED ACUPUNCTURIST


  • Licensed acupuncturists (LAc) with an average of 2,700+ hours of master’s-level training
  • Master’s level, on-site training at a nationally accredited school or college of acupuncture
  • Hundreds of hours of clinical experience and at least 250 actual patient treatments before licensure
  • Required to pass the national certification exam in acupuncture in order to become licensed (NCCAOM)
  • Required to do regular continuing education to maintain national certification


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Call Us:  +1.9406925666

Serving Texoma area since 1988

Acupuncture Clinic

LICENSED VS. CERTIFIED ACUPUNCTURISTS VS. DRY NEEDLING

When looking for a qualified acupuncturist for serious concerns, chronic conditions, or long-term benefits, start your search for practitioners who are licensed acupuncturists (L.Ac.). They will have the highest level of training in the field. A Dry Needling / Acupuncture Certificate can be obtained in a 1-2 day seminar, a License Requires several years of study, board exams, thousands of hours of supervised clinic rotations and continuing education.

  • USE IT OR LOSE IT! If you have Blue Cross Blue Shield (Federal Employees, BCBS employees, ALCOA employees, Cryovac employees), United HealthCare (AT&T Employee) or Triwest for Veterans (authorization needed) you most likely have acupuncture covered!
  • Cosmetic Acupuncture is available!read more  
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  • Licensed vs. Certified Acupuncturist vs. Dry Needling (read below)
  • Do you know that "Every dollar spent on preventive medicine can save up to ten dollars in the future"?