- General Stress/Fatigue
- Poor memory and concentration
- Lower Back/Hip/Knee Pain
- Arm/Shoulder/Neck pain
- Weight Loss
- Smoking Cessation
- High Blood Pressure and many more
Acupuncture is the use of very thin, disposable needles along nerve channels to reduce pain and inflammation, calm the nervous system and to increase blood flow.
Tui-Na Massage is a fully clothed bodywork to decrease pain and to increase range of motion.
Cupping therapy to decrease pain and remove stagnation of energy, blood and body fluids.
Schedule your appointment today!
Please note: scheduling online is faster and guarantees your appointment for the semester. For students who do not have internet access to internet, please call one of the college clinic numbers below.
Students will be allowed to sign up for 3 treatments* (either acupuncture, massage or cupping.) within a semester (at least 2 weeks apart), or 3 more treatments if they qualify. Students must call 24 hours in advance to cancel an appointment.
If students do not call to cancel their appointment and/or don’t show up for it, or show up more than 3 minutes late, they will forfeit this privilege for four months.
510-280-4801 ( 9am-1pm); 510-228-2511 (1pm-5pm).
Tower building room 250
Fall every Thursday from 8/23/2018 to 12/20/2018.
Spring every Thursday from 1/24/2019. to 5/23/2019 except spring break week
Summer every Thursday (9 am to 1 pm).
Merritt College: (9am-1pm) 510-280-4801
Fall every Tuesday from 8/21/2018. to 12/18/2018.
Spring every Tuesday from 1/22/2019. to 5/21/2019 except spring break week
Berkeley City College: (2pm-6pm) 916-934-9303
2000 Center Street in the Health Center
Fall every Tuesday from 8/21/2018 to 12/18/2018
Spring Every Tuesday from 1/22/2019 to 5/21/2019 except spring break week
College of Alameda: (10am-1pm) 415-662-3122
Fall every Wednesday from 8/22/2018 to 12/19/2018
Spring every Wednesday from 1/23/2019 to 5/22/2019 except spring break.
If students meet the following criteria they can have 3 extra 30 minute treatments:
- The student needs a medical note with a medical diagnosis that warrants acupuncture/massage.
- A referral from a nurse practitioner, MD or a Physical Therapist.The student needs a mental health assessment from a mental health professional stating that they are managing their stress or that they are receiving mental health care. If MHC is booked and the student can’t get an appointment within a week of the request, a nurse or the Director of Health Services will meet with the student.