Modern Acupuncture offers affordable memberships encouraging guests to add acupuncture to their regular health and wellness routines. The “Pathway Plan” is $69 per month and includes two essential acupuncture sessions, the ability to make appointments and additional visits are only $20. The “Mission Plan” is $19 per month and includes $30 sessions and the ability to make appointments. Single walk-in sessions are $59. Memberships and packages for cosmetic acupuncture are also available. In celebration of its opening, Modern Acupuncture is offering guests a special introductory price of $29 for a single session through February 28. Modern Acupuncture is located at 15035 North Thompson Peak Pkwy, Suite E105, in Scottsdale. Open 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily. Phone: 480-767-1245.
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