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San Francisco's top acupuncture spots, ranked

Photo: Enliven Health and Wellness/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on September 25, 2019.

Need to know where to go for acupuncture in San Francisco? Here are the top-rated acupuncture providers in the city, based on data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass (a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings).

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Mia Stableford, L.Ac.

337 W. Portal Ave., West Portal

Photo: MIA STABLEFORD, L.AC./Yelp

Mia Stableford, L.Ac., is San Francisco's favorite acupuncturist by the numbers. She's earned five stars out of eight reviews on Yelp and 101 fans on Facebook for her practice, which is focused on pain management and injury rehabilitation.

"It was my love of sports, my fascination with human function, and the dramatic reduction of pain and rapid restoration of function of my own sports-injured parts with acupuncture that made me decide to make a career out of it," Stableford writes on her business's Yelp page. "I absolutely love going to work every day and helping patients move from frustration and confusion about their health to clarity and hope."

Read more about Stableford's services on ClassPass here.

Enliven Health and Wellness

582 Market St., Financial District

Photo: Enliven Health and Wellness/Yelp

Also among San Francisco's favorite acupuncture spots is Enliven Health and Wellness, with five stars out of 20 reviews on Yelp and 84 fans on Facebook.

"Enliven offers a spectrum of health services," according to the business's Yelp page, including "nutritional counseling, functional medicine, acupuncture, herbal therapy and massage. We strive to enliven your health."

Learn more about the offerings at Enliven Health and Wellness on ClassPass here.

San Francisco Community Acupuncture

220 Valencia St., Mission

Photo: San Francisco Community Acupuncture/Yelp

With 4.5 stars out of 211 reviews on Yelp and 1,020 fans on Facebook, San Francisco Community Acupuncture has garnered plenty of happy customers for its services, which treat everything from addiction to allergies to asthma. 

"Acupuncture does not need to be expensive to be effective!" San Francisco Community Acupuncture states on its Yelp page. "We offer skilled and caring acupuncture treatments in our soothing community room, and aim to make acupuncture affordable for diverse San Francisco residents. We also have a comprehensive Chinese herbal pharmacy."

Read more about the services offered by San Francisco Community Acupuncture on ClassPass here.

Golden Point Acupuncture

2146 B Sutter St., Western Addition

Photo: Golden Point Acupuncture/Yelp

With five stars out of 25 reviews on Yelp and 380 fans on Facebook, Golden Point Acupuncture holds its own among the competition, assisting patients with issues like chronic pain, injuries, immune conditions, or stress.

"With acupuncture, herbal medicine, bodywork and nutrition, we aim to get to the root of your health concerns, restore your body, revitalize your mind and improve your quality of life," the business writes on Yelp. 

Learn more about the offerings at Golden Point Acupuncture on ClassPass here.

Point of Life Acupuncture

350 Sansome St., Financial District

Photo: Point of Life Acupuncture/Yelp

With five stars out of 72 reviews on Yelp and 436 fans on Facebook, Point of Life Acupuncture is another popular local pick. The clinic is overseen by acupuncturist Paola Acuña, L.Ac., who specializes in conditions like aches, pains, anxiety, and sleep difficulties. She also offers heat and suction therapies, as well as nutritional counseling. 

"Paola's skill in acupuncture allows her to resolve most health issues and restore overall well-being in her patients," continues its Yelp page. "Paola's broad and unique understanding of the body fortifies her ability to offer a more complete healing, even to the most complex issues. She has been trained and specializes in Kiiko-style acupuncture."

Read more about Point of Life Acupuncture on ClassPass here.


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