Acupuncture

The Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine (PTSM) department is temporarily relocating to Riley Hall, June 24-September 11, 2019, due to the renovation and expansion project. The department will be closed the week of June 17–21 to move to the new location.


Acupuncture services include traditional acupuncture, acupressure, cupping, Tuina, and Gua Sha. Not all of these treatment techniques involve needles. Acupuncture can be a complementary treatment to other physical modalities (physical therapy, athletic training, massage, etc.) in which case, your team will work together to ensure a comprehensive approach. It is also an effective stand-alone treatment for addressing a range of issues including general muscle and tendon injuries, stress, anxiety, women’s health issues, and addiction.

One-on-one, private sessions take place in a relaxing treatment space. These sessions are tailored to each students' individual needs. Sessions are 45 minutes and cost $60.

Group acupuncture is also available. This form of treatment focuses on stress reduction and incorporates therapeutic quiet time. It's offered every Friday from 11:00–11:45 a.m. at the University Health Center (except summer). The cost is $15 per session, billed to your student account. Call 541-346-4401 to reserve your seat.

Acupuncture is located on the second floor of the health center. To make an appointment call 541-346-4401 or stop by the clinic.

Acupuncture FAQ