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The acupuncture clinic at UNCG Student Health Services will focus on common issues successfully treated with acupuncture including headaches, addictions, pain, painful periods, digestive problems, insomnia, anxiety and depression. Clinics will be held on these Monday  mornings, from 9 a.m. to noon, in Student Health Center Room 05.

February 2 and 16
March 2 and 23
April 6 and April 27

Appointments are required. Call 334-5340 to make an appointment. When you arrive for your appointment, check-in at the front desk on the first floor. You need to arrive a few minutes early to complete paperwork at your initial visit. Your appointment will last approximately 45 minutes. Cost for faculty and staff is $40 per treatment. You can payroll deduct this service.

Dr. Allison Scott, MPH, ND, LAc began her education at the University of NC at Chapel Hill where she received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology. She continued her education by obtaining her Master’s in Public Health at UNCG. Following earning this degree, Allison worked as a health educator in Greensboro, NC.  It was working with clients in health education that encouraged her to study medicine. Scott graduated from the University of Bridgeport where she earned her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine (N.D.) and master’s in Acupuncture.

Questions? Contact Jeanne Irwin-Olson, associate director, UNCG Wellness Center, at jrirwino@uncg.edu.

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