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Located in the Medical District of Fort Worth, AWCC is the only Texas Community Clinic outside of the Austin/San Marcos area. We serve the greater Fort Worth community with a sliding scale of $20-$40 per acupuncture treatment. You decide on the treatment fee within that range so that you can afford to complete a treatment plan.
Acupuncture is very effective in alleviating pain and managing stress (the root of most disease). In addition, we provide allergy elimination treatments using the NAET protocol on a sliding scale fee basis of $30-$50 a treatment. The NAET protocol is based on "acupuncture without needles" and nearly half of the practice is children starting at one week old.
The room where acupuncture is delivered is large and there are six recliners for the patients to sit in. The needles are practically painless--the practitioners do not want them to hurt. I was very pleased with the results even though I was very nervous and uptight to begin with. I plan to get at least monthly acupuncture to continue the good results.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK I have been going here approximately since the end of June in order not to have cervical and lumbar steroid injections for pain management. After approximately 10 visits, I cancelled all my appointments for those procedures in August and September.
The lady I saw there is good. This lady goes with what you can pay. She has a range after that she is okay with what you pay. What she has done has been effective. I just love her. She is great. I can go online and make my appointments. It is not really an office. It is just a room. It is not very sterile. She has a bunch of recliners, and she takes care of you on that. She has very nice bedside m...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK I had been to Acupuncture Wellness Center in June. I go to her once in every six months.