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We are a small family business dedicated to providing

affordable acupuncture to the community.

This is what America looks like.

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Licensed Acupuncturist

  • Licensed Acupuncturist, State of Illinois & California

  • Diplomate in Acupuncture, National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)

  • Master of Science, Oriental Medicine, SAMRA University, Los Angeles, California

  • Bachelor of Science, Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, David started his career as a bicycle mechanic, massage therapist and product engineer before becoming an acupuncturist.  

On days off, he's rebuilding his vintage British motorcycle while listening to reggae and Playing for Change.

David's father immigrated from Japan and worked in farms on the west coast eventually beating all odds with a successful electric business.  David's mother was born and raised on the sugar plantations of Kauai before Hawaii 

officially became the 50th state.


We recognize their sacrifices in search for a better life - the American dream. 

We wouldn't be here without you!

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Co-owner, Clinic Manager

As front desk manager, Rosa oversees the operations side of the business making sure the clinic is running smoothly.


Born in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago and a DePaul University graduate, she freelanced as a locations scout, taught English in Korea and traveled extensively


Recently her free time is dedicated to propagating house plants and bringing new life to an old rose garden.

Originally from South Korea, Rosa's parents lived in Germany before settling in the U.S.  The Hart-Celler Act allowed them to invite all their relatives to immigrate under the family reunification clause. 


We honor Rosa's parents for their immigrant story as being the first in the family of dozens who settled across America.

You made it possible!



Office Helpers

Rohan and Dax were raised in our community clinic.  Now in 7th and 9th grades, they alternate helping out at our front desk.

On days they're not in a virtual classroom, it's likely the screen is distracting them with Valorant or Rust.

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Monday 3pm-7pm

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 3pm-7pm

Thursday 3pm-7pm

Friday 11am-2pm

Saturday 10am-2pm

Sunday Closed

4720 N. Lincoln Avenue

2nd Floor

Chicago, IL 60625

773-878-3888 call or text

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