Since 1987, the Turning Point Center inc. has provided acupuncture, massage, moxibustion, nutritional therapy, and herbal medicine in Eugene, Oregon. Thousands of people have experienced relief from a huge array of conditions, including neck and back pain, seasonal allergies and fibromyalgia.


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  City Eugene , OR
  Zip Code 97401
  Address 670 East Eighteenth Avn
  Phone Number (541) 686-9658

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Join the 2016 Certificate Course in Matsumoto/Nagano Acupuncture, a 150 hour post-graduate training for licensed acupuncturists. Monika Kobylecka will teach a prerequisite introductory class March 19-20 in Portland, OR. http://www.eugeneoregonacupuncture.com/seminars
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Ready to reduce stress in 2016? Learn science-based skills in this six week class. Instructor Amy Trezona, RN, has been teaching this important material for many years. Highly recommended!
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We are delighted to welcome Amanda Cameron, LMT to our practice!! Introductory special (only $60.00) for one hour massages--- or gift certificates-- before December 18th.
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Oregon spent 4.3 million on opioid prescriptions in 2013, despite the fact that these drugs cannot remove the cause of pain, evidence does not support long-term use, and evidence of harm is clear. In contrast, $100,000 was spent on alternatives like acupuncture.
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The cost of overprescription of opioid painkillers like OxyContin is high. Deaths from overdose have quadrupled and addiction to heroin has increased 63% since 2000. Acupuncture releases endorphins, the body's natural painkiller, without these risks.
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Oregon ranks number one--in misuse of painkillers. According to a recent report, 1 in 16 Oregonians abused prescription pain medication. Read all about it in this month's newsletter.
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A whopping 207 million prescriptions for opioids like Norco and OxyContin were written in 2013 and 1 in 4 Oregonians received one. Read about the consequences of this epidemic -- and alternative strategies to turn the tide of uncontrolled pain.
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Amid growing concerns about addiction among those who use opioids for chronic pain management, state funded insurance program approves acupuncture.
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