Whether you want to try acupuncture for the first time or you've been using it for years, you probably don't want to pay an arm and a leg to get poked in them (and many other places on your body). Enter Tucson Acupuncture Co-op, which charges according to a sliding scale of just $15–35 per session (with a one-time new patient paperwork fee of $10)—and you decide how much you can afford—as opposed to the national average for an acupuncture treatment, which is $50–$120. The reason for the low prices? This co-op is a nonprofit formed specifically to make acupuncture affordable—that is, yes, the practitioners are licensed and experienced (not students). Tucson Acupuncture Co-op has provided more than 11,500 treatments since its 2013 opening.
2. Tucson Community Acupuncture
3. Rooted Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork