Thursday, May 1st, Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture commemorates the 8-hour work day with free acupuncture from 2 to 8PM.
Tampa, FL — Thursday, May 1st, Community Acupuncture clinics around the world begin their 11th Annual May Day Celebration by offering free acupuncture. Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture will join in the celebration providing free acupuncture 2-8PM at the clinic.
May Day is an annual holiday that celebrates late 19th c. Americans' efforts to have an eight-hour workday. Because of its significance in the labor movement, May Day has become an occasion not only of international celebration, but also widespread protest. Protest high prices. Protest inaccessibility to health care and healthy life options. Protest by taking care of yourself!
Community Acupuncture clinics are social businesses dedicated to affordable healthcare. They provide acupuncture treatments on a sliding scale of $15-$40 for everybody, regardless of one's insurance or income. With over 300 Community Acupuncture clinics in North America, thousands of individuals are expected to receive free services in commemoration of May Day.
Acupuncture is recognized by the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health for effectively treating dozens of conditions, including: side effects from Chemotherapy, Allergies, Neck Pain, Back Pain, Sciatica, Headaches, Arthritis, Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Infertility, and more. In 2012, community acupuncture clinics throughout the country provided more than 750,000 acupuncture treatments — about 40% of all acupuncture done in the U.S.
Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture provides acupuncture and massage for a sliding scale fee in a comfortable, community setting. The clinic is open 6 days a week, with evening and weekend hours. Located at 6420 N. Central Ave. in Tampa. Street and overflowing parking lot available. We are members of the acupuncture co-operative, the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture.