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You may schedule appointments on any time that there is a BLUE Reserve button.  That does not mean that the time is already reserved.  If a time is unavailable it will be grayed out.

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Appointment Times

Clinic opens at scheduled times.

(last appointment each shift is 45 minutes long)

Sunday  9:30-12:30




Thursday 9:30-12:00,   3:00-6:30


Saturday 9:30-12:30


  • You may only schedule 1 appointment your first time, after that appointment you may schedule multiple times.
  • If you need to reschedule an appointment without 6 hr notice you will need to email or call and we will do it for you.  If it is more than 6 hrs out you may reschedule yourself.
  • If the online schedule is full, or you need a same day appointment, please give us a call!  We may be able to squeeze you in.Please remember that your scheduled appointment time is the actual time your treatment starts.  Please arrive a few minutes early to account for restroom, purchases and/or rescheduling needs.

Same day appointment changes: Please make same-day appointment changes by phone – leave a message so we can change the schedule. We know you are busy and things come up, thanks for using our requested mode of contact and helping us keep things running smoothly!

For appointments that are canceled with less than 6 hours’ notice, or are missed altogether without letting us know we request that you make a suggested donation of at least 1/2 (half) the amount you would have paid for your treatment to help cover our costs.

The donation can be made at your next clinic visit.  If you have prepaid sessions, you can also ask us to mark off one of your prepaid treatments on file to cover your missed appointment.  If you frequently miss or cancel appointments, we may need to ask you to walk-in for treatments rather than schedule appointments. Bounced checks will also be charged a $10 fee.

If you have questions about acupuncture download this great book written by our friends at Manchester Acupuncture Studio.

 Why Did You Put That Needle There?